Category Archives: Saggy Breasts

Boosting Breast Augmentation: Making the Most of Your Implants

Breast augmentation remains the top aesthetic surgery performed in the US, and the vast majority of women who undergo the procedure are delighted with their results. With both saline and silicone gel breast implants, optimizing longevity of the implants and avoiding additional procedures depend on close patient follow up and monitoring. Plastic surgeons continuously evaluateRead More





Revisions and Reoperations in Plastic Surgery

Cosmetic plastic surgery procedures generally produce the desired results and successfully address patients’ concerns. In many cases, correcting or improving physical features also provides psychological benefits, with a boost in patient self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-image. In situations where less than optimal results fall short of patients’ wishes, however, additional surgery which aims to fix problemsRead More




Time For a Bust Boost? When To Change Your Breast Implants

Breast augmentation surgery remains the most commonly performed aesthetic plastic surgery procedure in the US. Regardless of your choice of breast implants, they may need to be replaced during the course of your lifetime. Revision of breast augmentation, with implant removal and replacement, may be necessary due to a mechanical problem with the implant itself,Read More


Cankles, Moobs, and Thigh Gap: Target Areas for Plastic Surgery

  Cosmetic plastic surgery procedures are designed to improve certain aspects of our appearance. Some of these, in order to address those areas of our bodies we would like to look better, involve major surgery, such as facelift, breast augmentation, breast reduction, or breast lift, tummy tuck, and liposuction. Some procedures, however, focus on veryRead More


Breast Reduction: Beyond Physical Benefits

Women who seek breast reduction surgery are usually encumbered by excessively large, heavy, pendulous breasts that may negatively impact their daily activities. This medical condition, called breast hypertrophy, may develop as early as adolescence, or manifest later in adulthood, where it may persist after normal breast enlargement seen during pregnancy or cause increasing discomfort asRead More


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