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10 Breast Lift Recovery Tips

The breast lift is a prevalent cosmetic procedure in the U.S., with over 100,000 procedures performed annually. Lifting the breasts and repositioning them higher on the chest wall, the procedure delivers more youthful-looking, firmer breasts. To get the best results from a breast lift, a patient needs to do three main things: Choose the right… Read More »

Why Breast Lifts Are Becoming More and More Popular

Breast augmentation with implants has consistently been one of America’s most popular cosmetic procedures. Each year, between 190,000-220,000 patients opt for breast augmentation. However, more patients have been opting for a breast lift in recent years instead of breast augmentation. In this article, industry-leading plastic surgeon Dr. Scott Farber discusses some of the personal and… Read More »

How Internal Bra Mesh Helps Breast Lifts Last Longer

Each year, many women seek breast enhancement procedures because of breast ptosis, a.k.a. sagging breasts. This problem may result from pregnancy, breastfeeding, significant weight fluctuations, hormones, and more. When dealing with the changes time and gravity bring to a woman’s breasts, it’s essential to understand that surgical results won’t last forever. The breasts will eventually… Read More »

Why young adults are considering body contouring procedures

Traditionally, the majority of plastic surgery and aesthetic procedure patients are chosen by middle to older-age adults. With procedures capable of treating the aging process, such as facelifts, breast augmentation and brow lifts, patients traditionally turned to plastic surgery as a solution to the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and loose skin. Over the past… Read More »

Does a Revision Breast Surgery Require a Lift?

Breast augmentation is the most frequently requested cosmetic surgery in the U.S. With over 320,000 patients getting implants every year, the procedure’s popularity continues to grow. Unfortunately, as more patients seek breast augmentation surgery, the number of inexperienced and underqualified surgeons advertising their services as “experts” has increased. This phenomenon results in patients getting results… Read More »