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Breast Augmentation: Why the Facility Matters

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

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By: Evan S. Sorokin, M.D., FACS Breast augmentation patients at my New Jersey practice always have lots of questions — and that”s a good thing. It”s important for all surgical patients to educate themselves so that they can make sound decisions for their health and well-being. Although questions about implant types and recovery time are […]

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Playing Sports After Breast Augmentation

Saturday, June 30, 2012

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By: Evan S. Sorokin, M.D., F.A.C.S. I often have patients ask me whether they can resume contact sports after breast augmentation in New Jersey. Although there is some risk of implant rupture, I usually tell my patients that they can enjoy all of the sports they played before their procedure. However, I usually recommend that […]

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Breast Augmentation after 50?

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

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By: Evan S. Sorokin, M.D., F.A.C.S. It”s easy to think that breast augmentation in New Jersey is only for younger patients. However, I have performed this procedure for adult women of varying ages who have been thrilled with their results. Breast augmentation is a perfect procedure for correcting a variety of concerns related to aging […]

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Bullying and Plastic Surgery

Monday, November 28, 2011

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By: Richard D’Amico, M.D. Bullying can have a crippling effect on teenagers. As both bullying and plastic surgery seem to be on the rise, many people contemplate whether one has an effect on the other. As a board-certified plastic surgeon, I’ve encountered a wide range of patients. One of the first questions I ask during […]

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Signs That You May Need Breast Augmentation Revision

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

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By: Richard D’Amico, M.D. Women who have had breast augmentation in New Jersey may require a revision surgery for many reasons: unsatisfactory cosmetic results, implants that are defective, or the development of capsular contracture. No matter the reason, if you experience any of the following, I suggest you meet with a board-certified plastic surgeon to […]

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