Breast Augmentation After Weight Loss

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  Have you recently undergone significant weight loss? If so, you may also be noticing a change or even loss in breast size. If your reasons for weight loss are celebratory, this can be a bit of a downer. And if the weight loss was not welcome, it can be even more discouraging. Fortunately, breast

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Prepping for Breast Augmentation

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  With the wealth of plastic surgery-based “reality” television, a procedure such as a breast augmentation may not be taken as seriously as it should. To call it a “boob job” with a laissez-faire attitude diminishes the importance of the procedure. It’s important to remember that it’s surgery and prepping for breast augmentation should be

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Yes, Stress Affects Your Skin

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    We frequently hear about the negative impact of stress on the heart, brain, stomach, and other organs. But what about the biggest organ – your skin? Given the negative repercussions of stress throughout the rest of the body, it makes perfect sense that stress affects your skin too. It’s all the result of

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What Are the Latest Advances in Plastic Surgery?

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  Plastic surgery, like everything else in life, is constantly evolving. Yet, there are those who avoid plastic surgery based on antiquated notions of what it is. So if you’re interested in a procedure for yourself but are wondering about the latest advances in plastic surgery, we’ll take a look at how the face of

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Is There a Most Difficult Plastic Surgery Procedure?

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Though it’s difficult to single out a gold medal winner of “most difficult plastic surgery procedure,” breast augmentation with a mastopexy is definitely a front-runner. Also known as a breast lift with implants, this dual procedure is essentially the increasing or restoring of breast size and shape with implants (augmentation) combined with a breast lift

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Choosing the Appropriate Breast Implant

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  Are you considering breast augmentation? If so, you may be turned off by those who have very obviously gotten a “boob job.” This is why it’s so important to do the research and find a board-certified plastic surgeon who will guide you in choosing the appropriate breast implant for your body type. There are

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Boost Confidence With Breast Reduction

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When you hear the words “large breasts,” do you immediately think of women? Most of us do. It makes sense. Large breasts on women is, to some extent, considered desirable. Large breasts on men is almost certainly considered embarrassing. Yet, women with large breasts often face the same embarrassment as men – with an added

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What Are the Different Types of Breast Lifts?

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Do you fondly remember a time when your breasts were firmer, rounder or perkier? Or perhaps they’ve never had the fullness you desire. If so, now is the time to consider mastopexy – a.k.a. a breast lift. In this procedure, a plastic surgeon can raise and reshape your breasts to give them the look you

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When to Replace Breast Implants

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Okay. We’ll admit it. We drew you in with the title. In reality, there is almost no need to replace breast implants. With advanced techniques and improved manufacturing practices, the vast majority of today’s implants stand up to the test of time. That said, with a rupture rate of .5% per year for silicone and

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The Battle of Silicone Vs. Saline Implants

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Are you considering breast augmentation to achieve a more youthful appearance and increase confidence? If so, you’ve got a choice to make. It’s actually fallacious to say “battle” when it comes to the question of silicone vs. saline implants. One is not looking to beat out the other. Both options are safe and viable; with

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