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The Ups, Downs, Over and Unders of Breast Implants

The Ups, Downs, Over and Unders of Breast Implants

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the number of breast augmentations has increased more than 37% over the last five years, totaling 290,467 procedures in 2016 alone. With this increase comes an increase in information and knowledge that potential patients must consider. After determining what size, shape, and type of fill they want for breast implants, implantees are…

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Should I Worry About Breast Lift Complications?

Should I Worry About Breast Lift Complications?

Are you considering breast lift surgery but are concerned about possible complications? Worrying about how a surgical procedure will impact such a sensitive part of the body is entirely natural. Read on to learn more about what you need to know about breast lift complications. Although relatively safe, there are certain risks associated with breast lift surgery. The implants can…

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How Breast Implant May Vary From Country to Country

How Breast Implant May Vary From Country to Country

Breast implants are one of the oldest forms of non-facial plastic surgery that redesigns the contours of the body through reconstruction. Early attempts at plastic surgery typically focused on helping women who suffered tumours or other disease and injury that caused deformation of the breast. Unfortunately, early materials used weren’t as safe as current materials. The use of paraffin and tissue…

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Will Fat Grafting for Breast Augmentation be a Popular Choice in 2015?

Will Fat Grafting for Breast Augmentation be a Popular Choice in 2015?

If you’ve ever considered getting breast implants, you should know there is an increasingly popular alternative to traditional breast augmentation surgery that doesn’t use a saline or a silicone implant to enlarge the breasts. Yes, your fantasy of re-contouring your body using your own unwanted fat is now a reality: it’s called fat grafting to the breast. According to New…

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