All Video News for Breast Surgery

  • Tubular Breast: Causes and treatment

    Tubular breasts are a developmental abnormality that occurs when normal breast growth is restricted by the surrounding tissue in the chest wall, and can result in either minor or severe cases. 

  • Breast Augmentation: Implant Selection

    Many patients considering breast augmentation may feel overwhelmed by the plethora of implant options available. The process can be daunting, when faced with a variety of types, textures, shapes, and sizes. Seeing a board-certified plastic surgeon will help eliminate the guesswork and help you reach your desired goals. ASAPS member Dr. Tiffany McCormack breaks down the options in this exclusive video for Smart Beauty Guide. 

  • Revision Breast Surgery

    Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Melinda Haws, reviews breast revision surgery. 

  • You Can Still Have Natural-Looking Breasts with Implants, Here’s Why

    Breast augmentation procedures continue to be one of the five most popular surgical procedures according to statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. With the variety of implant options, plastic surgeons are able to customize the procedure to accommodate each individual patient, choosing the breast implant size and shape that meets their aesthetic goals. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Sheila Nazarian discusses how patients can still achieve a natural look with breast implants.  

  • Breast Lift vs. Breast Augmentation: Which Procedure is Right for You

    A breast lift addresses sagging, uneven breasts and dropping while a breast augmentation increases breast size and restores volume to the breast. Board-certified plastic surgeon, and President of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), Dr. Daniel C. Mills discusses when to consider a breast lift versus a breast augmentation. 

  • How An Increase in Variety of Breast Implants is Influencing the Way Plastic Surgeons Perform Breast Augmentation

    Breast augmentation was the second most popular surgical procedure in 2014 with 286,694 surgeries performed. Dr. Douglas L. Forman, a board-certified plastic surgeon based in Washington D.C. explains how an increase in breast implant variety has influenced the way plastic surgeons perform breast augmentation. 

  • The IDEAL Implant Gives Women More Options for Breast Augmentation

    The IDEAL implant was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), offering women another breast implant option. In 2014, breast augmentation was one of the top five surgical procedures performed; 80% of breast implants used were silicone and 20% were saline.  

  • Symptoms and Treatment Options for Tuberous Breasts

    Tuberous breasts are a congenital malformation of the breasts characterized by an irregular shape. This condition manifests during puberty breast development. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Heather Furnas explains symptoms of tuberous breasts and the treatment options to correct them. 

  • 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. 

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