Category Archives: Breast

How the Keller Funnel™ Helps in Breast Augmentation

You may have heard of an innovative breast augmentation device I use at my San Jose-area practice called the Keller Funnel. Almost deceptively simple in its design, the Keller Funnel is changing the way doctors around the world, including myself, perform breast augmentation. It’s also having a big impact for patients, and it’s something you should know about if you’re interested in…

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Breast Surgery Recovery Getting Even More Rapid

I’ve been using advanced surgical techniques for years that offer my patients rapid recovery breast augmentation in Toledo, Ohio. Now, a new Mayo Clinic study shows that many of those same techniques help breast reconstruction patients recover more quickly. In fact, the techniques are so effective that the Mayo Clinic is using them in most plastic surgery procedures. The study’s findings, presented in March…

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Survey Says Silicone Beat Saline in 2013

New statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons® confirm that the trend I’ve seen of more women choosing silicone breast implants at my Toledo, Ohio, practice reflects a national shift. The 2013 data show 72% of breast augmentation patients nationwide selected silicone implants instead of saline. Cohesive gel implants are now produced by the 3 major implant manufacturers in the U.S. as…

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My Thoughts on the Value of Massaging Breast Implants

There is a controversy as to whether or not breast implants should be massaged following surgery. In order to answer this question, we need to examine 2 factors: The steps of the breast augmentation procedure The differences between textured and smooth implants A breast augmentation at my Bloomington, IL practice is typically done below the pectoral muscle (submuscular) is one…

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Questions to Ask Before Breast Augmentation

My Houston breast augmentation patients often contact my office with a lot of questions — and that’s a good thing. It’s important to me that my patients remain informed throughout the entire process. I want them to have the knowledge to help them make the best decisions for themselves and to feel confident and excited about those decisions. Here are…

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