46 Articles on Breast Augmentation


 
 
 
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Breast Implants: Silicone or Saline?

The FDA has recently approved the cohesive gel silicone breast implants. I have experience with both silicone and saline breast implant operations, and have written a research article on silicone breast implant rupture clean-up. I prefer saline to silicone implants for many reasons. (Courtesy of George J. Bitar, M.D., F.A.C.S.)

 
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'Keeping Up' With Celebs a Bad Idea, Plastic Surgeon Says

People have been infatuated with celebrities' good looks since the beginning of Hollywood. But in an age when a nip and a tuck are becoming as common as a visit to the dentist, there is such a thing as taking your admiration too far. (Courtesy of Michael A. Fiorillo, M.D.)

 
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What's the Best Breast Size for Your Body?

When it comes to breast implants, size matters. In fact, it is one of the most common reasons women with breast implants choose additional surgery: Their original selection was simply too large or too small. Going too large can lead to back pain and ill-fitting clothes. Similarly, a conservative change may not create the look you were hoping to achieve. (Courtesy of UMass Memorial Cosmetic Surgery Center)

 
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The Breast Boom Continues...

The great silicone fear of the 90's is vanishing, breasts are in again! Everyday, a large number of women are seeking enhancement of the breast size or shape. (Courtesy of Christian G. Drehsen, M.D.)

 
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Breast Augmentation-who benefits

Think about the things that make you really happy, like doing your best for yourself and others, or looking and feeling great. For many women, changes made possible through breast augmentation surgery have changed their lives. If you are considering breast enhancement there are many things to consider. (Courtesy of Plastic Surgery Center of Tulsa)

 
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Breast enlargement

Breast enlargement is a popular cosmetic surgery procedure designed to change the size and shape of a womans breasts. This procedure can increase the cup size of your breasts and/or balance an asymmetrical appearance. Also known as augmentation mammaplasty, breast augmentation can also restore fullness to saggy breasts. (Courtesy of Bruce Chau, D.O., F.A.C.O.S.)

 
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Read Carefully Before Your Consultation

Decisions about implant type, size, incision, and pocket location will have a permanent effect on your breasts. Too often these decisions are based upon "patient choice" or "surgeon preference," rather than the conclusions of the best scientific articles. (Courtesy of Steven Teitelbaum, M.D., F.A.C.S.)

 
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Saline or Silicone Breast Implants

Breast augmentation is one of our most popular surgical procedures. Through the placement of saline or silicone filled implants, Dr. Levens can enlarge your breast size and improve your overall body proportions. Breast augmentation is often performed for women who have naturally small breasts or those who have seen their breasts change size after pregnancy. (Courtesy of David J. Levens, M.D., F.A.C.S.)

 
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Saline vs. Silicone

After years of waiting, silicone implants are back. Since 1992 there has been a ban imposed by the FDA on the sale of silicone gel implants. Women wanting silicone implants, since then, have had to “qualify” for the implants by meeting specific criteria to be included in a study. (Courtesy of David Edwin Kim, M.D., F.A.C.S.)

 
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Should I Have Breast Implants?

Let the cosmetic surgery staff at UMass Memorial answer your most frequently asked questions about breast enlargement surgery. (Courtesy of UMass Memorial Cosmetic Surgery Center)

 
 
 
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Questions To Ask Your Doctor

21 Things You Should Ask Your Doctor During Your First Visit

You've scheduled your initial consultation, now what? Be sure to print the following list of 21 questions and take them to your first visit. It's all about being prepared!

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Do you generally place the implants above or below the muscle, and why?
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How can I minimize pain, recovery time, and scarring with breast augmentation?
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What's the best way to determine the size of implant to take my breasts from the size they are to the size I want them to be?
 
 
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