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  • Things Every Woman Considering Breast Augmentation Should Know But Probably Doesn't

    Most women who visit our practice for a breast augmentation consultation have definite ideas, usually involving what they don’t want. They don’t want their breasts to be disproportionate to the rest of their body. They don’t come in seeking to please anyone but themselves. And, they most emphatically don’t want a result that looks unnatural. Clearly, they’ve given the procedure quite a bit of thought, but there are aspects of breast augmentation procedures that even the most informed patients probably haven’t given much, if any thought to. 

  • Karen's Breast Cancer Reconstruction

    After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003, Karen had a lumpectomy. As a result, she decided to have both a breast reduction and reconstruction. Due to where the cancer was located, following its removal, the breast would have looked lopsided, which helped Karen make the decision to have her procedures done. 

  • Joanne's Breast Augmentation Story

    For Joanne, a mother of three, who was very flat-chested when younger, breast implants were something she had long considered. When she was younger, she was very thin and her smaller breasts were in proportion to her figure. After aging and having children, that was no longer the case, and she felt that implants would help her proportions. 

  • How tattoos can help recreate the breast after mastectomy

    There are several factors to consider when choosing the proper elements to utilize during breast reconstructive surgery. Patients and doctors work together to choose the ideal look best suited for one's lifestyle, but women and their surgeons must also choose the proper method by which they should recreate the nipple.  

  • Form stable breast implants: What you need to know 

    For years, women interested in breast augmentation have had only two options: saline implants or traditional silicone implants. But a third option is now available, and it’s designed to be safer and more natural-looking than its predecessors. It's called a form stable implant, but due to its consistency, it’s also often known as a “gummy bear” implant.  

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