I'm sure you’ve heard women who have had breast augmentations describing their painful recoveries in graphic detail. "I felt like a truck backed over me." "It feels like an elephant sitting on my chest.” We hear these same comments when we're consulting with new patients about breast implants.
Considering breast augmentation surgery? There are many decisions to be made - silicone gel or saline implants, over or under the pec muscle, round or teardrop breast implants, what implant size?
Did you know that the reoperation rate for breast augmentation is over 20%? And one of the most common reasons patients get breast implants changed is because they (or, more commonly, their plastic surgeon) chose the wrong size implant.
You might have heard of a deformity called symmastia. In this post, we’ll explain everything you need to know about this cosmetic surgery complication.
Breast implants can be placed either on top of or underneath the chest muscle. You’re probably also aware there is some debate about which is better and why.
Scars are, in a sense, the price you pay for a tummy tuck. A tummy tuck surgery can tighten your abdominal muscles, remove loose skin, decrease stretch marks, and rejuvenate your belly button.
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.