Category Archives: Breast Augmentation

Plan Your Breast Augmentation Recovery

Satisfying results from Seattle breast augmentations depend to a large extent on the surgeon’s skill, but the patient can play a significant role in their surgery’s success. When you take steps to plan ahead for your procedure and your recovery, you are putting yourself in the best position possible to enjoy a quick and comfortable recovery and achieve satisfying results.…

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Questions to Ask: Breast Augmentation After Weight Loss

Patients who have undergone significant weight loss are sometimes the best candidates for cosmetic surgery. Boston women and men who have managed to stabilize their weight within a healthy range are highly motivated to maintain the healthy lifestyle they need in order to enjoy good results from any cosmetic surgery procedure. At the same time, though, these patients present a…

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Get the Most Out of Your “Past Patient” Meeting

Breast enhancement surgery is an important decision and should not be taken lightly. When I meet with surgical candidates, I want them to be as informed as possible about their procedure options and outcomes. This is one reason I encourage many women considering breast enhancement to talk with past patients who have undergone a similar breast enhancement surgery at my…

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High-Tech Pain Management: “The” Solution for a Comfortable Breast Augmentation Recovery?

Women considering breast augmentation in Las Vegas often are concerned about how much discomfort they are likely to have during recovery. While it seems a little unorthodox, a new study released in the past month suggests that Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) can minimize post-procedure discomfort for women who have received breast augmentation surgery. Is this really the next breakthrough…

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Ten Ways to Prevent Capsular Contracture

Millions of women in the United States have had breast augmentation, and the majority are satisfied with the look and feel of their implant result. Still, some women considering breast enhancement still worry about the risk of excessive internal scarring or “capsular contracture,” which is one of the more common risks associated with breast augmentation. I’d like to explain what…

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