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Breast

Fear of Scars in Breast lift and Reduction

One of the most common questions I get is: “What will the scars look like?” The word scar, in general, has a bad connotation and creates fear in most people. I prefer the term “incision ...

When to Consider Breast Reduction

Persistent physical and emotional strain is a daily concern for many women who have disproportionately large breasts. Thankfully, this issue – which is medically known as macromastia or gigantomastia – can often be effectively resolved ...

When to Consider Revision Breast Augmentation

Breast revision surgery can often be an excellent option for women who are not satisfied with the results of a previous breast augmentation, as well as for those whose aesthetic goals and/or desires have changed ...

Should I Massage My Breasts After Breast Implant Surgery?

At Boynton Plastic Surgery, all breast augmentation procedures I perform are subpectoral, meaning the implants are placed under the muscle. Following surgery, the top of the breasts initially appear excessively full because the muscle tightens ...

Incision Options for Breast Augmentation

At my practice, patients interested in breast augmentation typically have two incision options available to them: the inframammary incision (underneath the breast) and the periareolar incision (around the areola). Some surgeons also offer a transumbilical ...

What Are My Breast Implant Options?

It is no longer a round world when it comes to breast implant options. In my practice, I offer many different breast implant options, including traditional silicone gel implants, highly cohesive or form-stable cohesive silicone ...

Breast Lift Scars

During breast lift surgery, incisions will typically be made circumferentially around the areola, vertically in the lower aspect of the breast, and horizontally along the inframammary fold of the breast. Like all surgical procedures requiring ...

My Unique Technique for Breast Lift Surgery

Breast lift surgery has traditionally (and still commonly today) been performed using an inferior pedicle wise approach. With this technique, most of the tissue removed comes from the top of the breast while tissue on ...