Category Archives: Breast Procedures

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Your Breast Augmentation Questions, Answered

A breast augmentation procedure can be done for cosmetic or reconstructive purposes. Women can get breast implants to create a fuller or more balanced look. Others choose to get a breast augmentation surgery after a mastectomy for breast cancer or for other reconstructive reasons. If you are considering getting a breast augmentation for cosmetic reasons, […]

  • Posted on: Dec 15 2017
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Benefits of Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery offers an option for women who have overly large breasts that cause back pain and limit physical activity. Breast reduction, or reduction mammoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure that can reduce the size of breasts to create a more satisfying silhouette, boost a patient’s confidence and help to alleviate pain. Breast reduction […]

Top 5 Questions About Breast Lift Surgery

A breast lift, or mastopexy, is a procedure that works to restore fullness and a youthful contour to breasts that have sagged or drooped over time. If you’re looking to combat signs of aging and restore a more full and youthful look to your breasts, keep reading and check out some of the top questions […]

Top Questions about the ‘Mommy Makeover’ Procedure

Giving birth is one of the most joyousl life events a woman can experience. However, giving birth can also take a toll on a woman’s body! The inevitable weight gain that comes with pregnancy can lead to abdominal skin stretching, as well as noticeable changes to the breasts, abdomen, hips, thighs, or buttocks. Fortunately, there […]

Breast Augmentation Up 45% Since 2000, Says ASPS

Each year, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) publishes their list of the top five cosmetic surgeries performed in the United States. So, which procedure came out on top this year? Unsurprisingly, and once again, Breast Augmentation has held its place as the number one cosmetic surgical procedure in the US, says the ASPS. […]

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