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Archive for the ‘breast enhancement’ Category

Timing is Everything: Advice on That Post-Holiday Procedure

Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

To every thing there is a season– including cosmetic plastic surgery. And winter, with its minimal sun exposure and bulky garments seems like the perfect time to sneak in that long-awaited tummy tuck, face lift, and more. But it is really the best time for you? Learn the details on how to best time your procedures for the new year.

What’s on Your Holiday Rejuvenation Wish List?

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016


Looking forward to greeting the holidays with a fresh-looking, new you? It doesn’t happen without a little bit of planning. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, find out the top five procedures people seek out for holiday rejuvenation. And learn when you should be pursuing these procedures in order to look your best for the holidays.

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Finding New Value in Fat Cells

Monday, August 22nd, 2016


We’re heading toward harvest season. But the harvest we talk about in this Weekly Dose of Beauty is not the kind you’d expect. Fat harvesting is increasingly being used as an effective way to plump areas that normally would require fillers. Find out how it’s done, what it can do, how it compares to fillers and why you might just start looking at those trouble areas a little differently.

The Truth About Breast Augmentation and Breast-Feeding

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016


One of today’s hottest topics in aesthetic plastic surgery is the question of whether it’s still possible to breast feed with breast implants. And the answer? That depends a lot on a number of different factors, including the initial reason for the implants, as well as the way the implants were inserted. Many expecting mothers with implants also voice concerns about potential toxic exposure to the silicone in implants: is breastfeeding with implants safe? Find out these details and more in our informative Weekly Dose of Beauty article:

Shedding Light on The Vampire Breast Lift

Wednesday, October 28th, 2015


People are talking about it, and it’s just in time for Halloween … a platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) called the Vampire Breast Lift. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, find out if the Vampire Breast Lift is safe and effective, or whether its claims are really all dust and shadows:


The Facts on Breast Augmentation

Wednesday, October 21st, 2015


In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, forget the rumors– get the real info on breast augmentation through this helpful article from the ASAPS Smart Beauty Guide:

And if you’re considering breast augmentation, contact us today for your personal consultation. We’ll take the time to understand your needs and help you find the right solution for you.

Breast Reconstruction: Nipple Tattooing After a Mastectomy

Thursday, October 15th, 2015


This Weekly Dose of Beauty follows up on our Breast Cancer Awareness Month theme with a great article from the Smart Beauty Guide on post-mastectomy nipple tattooing…

This is a service we do provide here in our offices.

Breast Augmentation: Why Scheduling a Ten Year Check-up Can Be Important

Wednesday, October 7th, 2015


In our latest Weekly Dose of Beauty, find out why getting a check-up at your plastic surgeon’s might be a good idea for breast augmentation patients.

Think Pink: Resources for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Monday, October 5th, 2015

PinkBreastCancerAwarenessRibbonOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the perfect time to talk about this dangerous disease—- as well as take the provisions needed for early detection. Check out this great resource site from the National Breast Cancer Foundation to create your Early Detection Plan, learn how to discuss and deal with a breast cancer diagnosis, host fundraisers and more.

Breast Enhancement: Areola Reduction Surgery

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

In this RealSelf video, Dr. Leo R. McCafferty talks about a less-discussed breast enhancement procedure, areola reduction surgery.