46 Articles on Breast Augmentation

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The Latest Buzz About Breast Implants, Part 1

Breast augmentation is one of the most popular aesthetic procedures done in the United States, with 300,000 women undergoing the procedure just last year. So why is it so popular and what’s all the buzz in the media about? Are saline implants safer than silicone gel implants or vice versa? How does a patient find out the straight scoop? (Courtesy of Plastic Surgery Associates of Santa Rosa)

The Latest Buzz About Breast Implants, Part 2

In researching breast augmentation, some women come to a screeching halt when investigating implants, their thoughts punctuated by questions like: What type of implant should I get, silicone gel or saline? Which one is better? Which is safer? (Courtesy of Plastic Surgery Associates of Santa Rosa)

Breast Augmentation Surgery-Incision Techniques

Breast augmentation is one of the most frequently performed plastic surgery procedures in the U.S. and one of our most popular services. Breast augmentation can give women with small or unevenly sized breasts a fuller, firmer, better-proportioned look through the placement of saline or silicone implants. (Courtesy of Advanced Concepts in Plastic Surgery)

3-D Computer Simulation of Augmentation Results

Every woman considering breast augmentation shares the same concern: How do I choose an implant that's the right size for me? (Courtesy of Steven Teitelbaum, M.D., F.A.C.S.)

Silicone and Saline Implants FAQ

As Plastikos Surgery Center is the only clinic in the United States offering both surgical as well as holistic treatment of silicone immune and neurological disorders, we have gathered some of the more frequently asked questions by our patients who are often coming from out of state for treatment. (Courtesy of Julian B. Gordon, M.D.)


Whether you want to increase the size of your breasts, reduce their size or undergo reconstruction following cancer treatment, Dr. Parkins can help. She offers advanced procedures in breast augmentation, reduction and reconstruction and will work with you to help you achieve your goals. (Courtesy of Belissa Plastic Surgery)

Umbilical Breast Augmentation

One of the newer methods of breast augmentation is with the umbilical incision. This is also known as trans - umbilical breast augmentation (TUBA). (Courtesy of David Edwin Kim, M.D., F.A.C.S.)

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)

Five Reasons to Choose UMass Memorial for Breast Enlargement Surgery

Breast augmentation or breast enlargement surgery is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries performed today. At the Cosmetic Surgery Center at UMass Memorial Medical Center, we understand that no two women are alike, and that each has her own very personal reason for wanting a fuller, more proportional bustline. We listen to each woman’s unique goals and offer a number of options to enhance her natural contours.. (Courtesy of UMass Memorial Cosmetic Surgery Center)


Breast augmentation employs saline or silicone implants to give women firmer, fuller, well-proportioned breasts. It is one of the most sought-after cosmetic surgery performances both at our office and in the U.S. (Courtesy of LeMedSpa at Buckingham)

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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!

Do you generally place the implants above or below the muscle, and why?
How can I minimize pain, recovery time, and scarring with breast augmentation?
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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