Category Archives: Breast Lift

Quick Tips: Breast Lift and Areola Shape

Nipple and areola shape are often a central concern for women who are looking into their options for breast lift and combination breast enhancement procedures. The Baltimore and Columbia, Maryland patients that I meet with often don’t realize that a breast lift can improve the appearance of their areolas, or how the areolas may look after their procedure. Here are…

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Post Weight Loss Breast Lift: Special Approaches

After weight loss surgery, most San Francisco Bay Area women are very eager to start enjoying their new shape. Slimmer clothing, swimsuits, and physical activities are just a few of the many things that women look forward to after they have lost weight, but loose, sagging skin can compromise a woman”s happiness with her weight loss results. Breast sagginess can…

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Indiana Breast Lift: What You Need to Know

“Saggy” breasts have a variety of causes that are not just limited to women with very large breasts – younger women and women with small breasts also can experience this problem. Here are a few quick facts to help clarify the top options for younger patients who are thinking of meeting with a cosmetic surgeon in Indiana to discuss breast…

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"No Scar" vs. Traditional Breast Reduction: Know the Differences

Some cosmetic surgeons are promoting less invasive procedures such as “liposuction” breast reduction as substitutes for the traditional surgical approaches. While some of these techniques can be effective for certain patients, women who are considering breast reduction and/or breast lift in the Walnut Creek / San Ramon area need to understand that less invasive approaches differ significantly from traditional methods…

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