All Breast Surgery News

  • 3 Reasons You Should Schedule a 10 Year Reunion with Your Breast Surgeon

    When was the last time you spoke to your plastic surgeon? We’re not offended that you don’t call us as frequently as your primary care physician, but we too have a stake in your physical well-being and long-term results. 

    For breast augmentation patients, it’s especially important that you make your surgeon aware of any changes to the look, feel, or quality of your breast implants as the years pass by — and scheduling a “10-year reunion” with your breast surgeon is a great way to do it. Here are a few reasons why: 

    1. A Lot Can Happen in 10 Years 

  • Reasons Women Opt for Breast Surgery

    When we imagine breast surgery, we picture images of women indulging in the larger breasts they’ve always coveted – or getting relief from too-large breasts via reduction. But, there are a whole lot of other reasons, medical and otherwise, a woman may decide to opt for breast surgery. 

  • Breast Augmentation: Inserting Implant via Armpit Incision

    Breast augmentation was the second most popular surgical procedure last year with 286,694 procedures performed. The traditional choices for inserting a breast implant are either through the nipple area or the crease under the breasts. 

  • My Breasts are Now Symmetric and I’m More Confident after Undergoing Breast Augmentation

    Kira decided to undergo a breast augmentation because her breasts were asymmetric. Her left breast was smaller than her right; this had an impact on her confidence level especially when trying on bathing suits.” 

    A breast augmentation surgery increases breast size and restores balance using silicone gel implants, saline implants or in some cases, fat transfer. 

  • How Breast Reconstruction Surgery Has Evolved To Improve Cosmetic Outcomes

    Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Jim Namnoum shares insight on the evolution of breast surgery and how breast reconstruction surgery has advanced –plastic surgeons can now perform surgery without creating a debilitating injury in order to cure a patient of breast cancer. Breast reconstruction includes a variety of surgical procedures performed to restore the form and shape of the breast, following mastectomy or lumpectomy surgery. 

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