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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 since their initial breast enhancement procedure. Some of the most common reasons to consider revision breast augmentation include: If you are experiencing capsular contracture, which […]

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Importance of Annual Follow-Up Visits After Breast Augmentation

After eleven years in practice, and as a busy plastic surgeon with vast experience in breast augmentation as well as breast augmentation revision, I am still perplexed by the number of patients who only come to a few “post-operative” appointments and then no longer follow up with their plastic surgeon. This is not simply unique to my practice, as this […]

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Considering Downsizing Your Breast Implants?

If you are interested in reducing the size of your breast implants, there are a number of breast revision techniques that can help you achieve your new cosmetic goals. At my practice, I offer a revolutionary technique known as the “neo pocket” to downsize implants with excellent results and a reduced risk of capsular contracture, implant malpositioning, symmastia, and other […]

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Benefits of Strattice™ Dermal Grafting for Breast Revision

For individuals considering breast revision surgery to correct and/or improve unsatisfactory results from a previous breast augmentation, an innovative dermal grafting (acellular dermal matrix) method known as Strattice™ Reconstructive Tissue Matrix can often be an excellent option. Designed as an “internal bra” of sorts, Strattice™ works to support weak breast tissue, while also promoting the growth of your own tissue. […]

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3 Techniques for Reducing the Risk of Capsular Contracture

As mentioned in my previous blog post, capsular contracture is a condition characterized by the hardening and contraction of scar tissue around breast implants, sometimes resulting in discomfort, firmness of the implant, and a distorted breast shape. When performing breast augmentation – or any other surgery involving implants – I often employ three techniques that I have found can help […]

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What is Capsular Contracture?

When a breast implant – or any foreign object – is introduced into the body, the natural response for the body is to encapsulate the “intruder” inside a thin layer of scar tissue (which we call a “capsule”) to “wall it off” and prevent it from causing harm to other tissues. The majority of the time, this capsule remains extremely […]

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