27 Oct | 2016
27 Oct 2016
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Bearing in mind that breast augmentation is a surgical procedure, you can expect to need help, especially during the first 24 hours. Although you aren’t any danger, you should stay off your feet as much as possible, since a fall could cause damage, and you will be feeling rather groggy. Have a close friend or loved one with you, and ask them to accompany you when you need to get up to go to the bathroom, and to fetch and carry for you as needed. Preparation for your recovery begins before surgery Apart from arranging to have help at hand during the first 24 hours, you can prepare by bringing along some loose clothing to put on when you are discharged. Don’t worry about bringing a bra. Your surgeon will see to it that your breasts are adequately supported with a surgical bra, and besides, your old bras won’t fit.…

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16 Aug | 2016
16 Aug 2016

Somehow, somewhere along the line people got very confused between the facts and myths about breast implants. If all the different ideas out there were true, plastic surgeons would no doubt have very little business. If you happen to be one of the skeptics that don’t believe plastic surgeons when they’re trying to sell breast augmentation to you, then keep reading. Perhaps your line of thinking could be readjusted with just a few simple facts. Fact or Fiction You only…

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21 Mar | 2016
21 Mar 2016

Before making an investment in breast implants, a lot of women find themselves wondering if pregnancy or breastfeeding can cause breast implants to change. In fact, pregnancy after breast implants is very common and these women also find themselves with similar questions. Will my Breast Implants Change During Pregnancy? Typically breast implants do not change in size during pregnancy. Changes other than size, however, will vary widely among women. These will largely depend on genetics. Sometimes, it can be helpful…

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22 Feb | 2016
22 Feb 2016

Breast implants do not necessarily have a shelf life, but the length of time they last varies from person to person. Some patients may never have to undergo surgery again while others have to undergo another procedure within the next ten years. Sometimes it may not be the implant itself but rather how your body responds to the implant. Many companies offer a warranty, meaning that if the implants rupture or are defective in any way they will be replaced…

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25 Aug | 2015
25 Aug 2015

A leading concern for breast implant patients is the potential for their breasts to sag over time with the implants inside. While this is a common concern for patients visiting our offices, it’s important that they find out the techniques that specialists can use to minimize the breast implant sagging of their patients. Within this post, we’re examining the question:  “Will my breast implants sag over time?” Expert Surgeons Can Reduce Sagging While some patients have experienced significant breast implant…

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