Look Great at Your Class Reunion

Breast or Chest Enhancement in Arizona Class reunions are right around the corner, and most people are doing what they can to present the best versions of themselves to their former peers. A breast or chest enhancement procedure can provide you with confidence and maybe even help to “wow” your old classmates. Whether you want …

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Bridal Breasts: Look Your Best on Your Big Day

Breast Augmentation in Arizona Unofficially, wedding season is here, and brides and their bridal parties typically are preparing to look their best on the big day. From manicures and pedicures to hair coloring, spray tans or even tanning booths (Yikes!), there are many pre-wedding beauty maintenance items and enhancements that need to be done. Most …

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Insurance Coverage for Breast Reconstruction

Restoring Femininity With Breast Reconstruction The diagnosis with breast cancer can be very overwhelming and associated with a tremendous amount of emotional stress. The consequences of its treatment, which usually involves the surgical removal of part or all of the breast affected by cancer, can be very traumatic. The physical results can leave a woman …

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Iggy Azalea Reveals She Has Breast Implants

After contemplating a breast augmentation her whole life, Australian rapper Iggy Azalea finally did undergo the procedure, and she couldn’t be happier with her decision. The 24-year-old revealed during a March interview with Vogue Magazine that she recently “got bigger boobs!” The star continued to discuss her implants with the press because she “love[s] them …

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Breast Surgery Recovery Tips

Whether you undergo a breast augmentation, reduction, lift, or reconstruction, the procedure requires a period of recovery that allows your breasts to heal, swelling to subside, and for them to gradually assume their more “long” term shape. Typically, your plastic surgeon will provide you with specific instructions to follow after surgery to help you to …

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Is a Breast Lift Without Scars Possible?

Noticeable scarring following breast lift surgery (mastopexy) is a somewhat common concern for many prospective patients. Unfortunately, some degree of scarring after mastopexy is unavoidable as incisions are required to properly excise skin, reshape and elevate breast tissues for a more youthful appearance. There are a few breast lift techniques that can be selected from, …

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Can I Get a Breast Lift Without Implants?

The simple answer to this question is “yes”. Technically, yes you can absolutely undergo a breast lift without implants. This commonly performed cosmetic procedure, medically referred to as mastopexy, is designed to re-elevate, contour and rejuvenate droopy breasts. During the operation, excess skin is removed, the size of the nipple-areola complexes are reduced and breast …

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How Safe Is Anesthesia?

The purpose of anesthesia is to allow surgery to be performed under ideal operative conditions with the patient as comfortable and pain-free as possible. There are generally four main categories of anesthesia, including: Local – Numbing medication is injected into the tissues at the surgical site. The patient remains awake. Local with sedation (MAC or …

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Advantages of Placing Breast Implants Behind the Muscle

In breast augmentation surgery, implants are positioned in a “pocket” located either in front of the pectoralis major muscle (submammary) or in one behind it (submuscular/subpectoral). Though successful results can be achieved with both options, placing breast implants behind the pectoralis major muscle has the following advantages: Improved mammogram accuracy – When implants are placed …

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation can be an excellent cosmetic surgical option for women desiring to enhance the size and appearance of their breasts. If you are interested in this popular procedure but want to know a bit more about it before scheduling a consultation, Dr. Steven H. Turkeltaub has answered several frequently asked questions about breast augmentation …

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Bust Beauty Throughout the Decades

We all know that fashions change and evolve with time, but do you ever wonder how fashion has affected society’s perception of beauty? It is also true that ideas of beauty aren’t static either. They too are always changing so that the perceptions of a woman’s body, especially the breasts, are different today than they …

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The History of the Modern Bra

Have you ever stopped and thought about how progressive women’s fashion has become in the past century? The changes are not surprising considering how women have been steadily fighting for their rights and to be equal to men: equal in politics, equal in business, and yes, equal in clothing choices. Not even a hundred years …

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Implant Projection Style

Choosing the Best Breast Implant Profile   Breast implants can enhance your breast size, shape, projection, and cleavage. This procedure, known as a breast augmentation, has helped millions of women achieve the fuller, more shapely and attractive breasts that they desire. These implants are offered with a wide variety of options that involve more than just …

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Degrees of Breast Sagging and Breast Lift Surgery to Correct

Breast Lift Surgery in Scottsdale, AZ Although a woman may be happy with the general size of her breasts, more often than not she is not too pleased if they are sagging (drooping). Having the right size doesn’t guarantee that they are attractive and voluptuous in appearance. With the help of the right bra, breasts …

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Do Men with Gynecomastia Have a Higher Risk for Breast Cancer?

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), about one percent of all breast cancers occur in men. Gynecomastia, a condition characterized by the overdevelopment of male breast tissue, has never been shown to be associated with an increased risk for breast cancer. Nevertheless, it is important to discern the differences in glandular tissue in …

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How Do I Know If I Have Gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia, the development of enlarged breasts in men, is a common condition that affects many males, including both adolescents and adults. Often the result of hormonal changes during puberty, the overdevelopment of male breast tissue can also be caused by obesity, anabolic steroids, certain medications, marijuana, aging, and a variety of health issues. The primary …

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The Importance of WHERE Your Surgery Is Performed

One of the most important decisions you can make regarding undergoing plastic surgery is choosing the right plastic surgeon. After you are quite confident that you have selected a very skilled and experienced board-certified plastic surgeon, the next important issue of consideration is where the surgeon performs the procedure(s). Even an excellent, ethical surgeon can’t …

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Study Shows Breast Asymmetry Can Affect Mental Health

Breast asymmetry includes differences in breast and nipple-areola shape, size, position, and/or projection as well as conditions that cause the underdevelopment or deformity of one or both breasts. Essentially, all women have some degree of breast asymmetry, but it is generally not substantial or significant to most of them. However, some women have breasts that …

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The Truth About Breast Augmentation Myths

Here’s the TRUTH about these four common breast augmentation MYTHS.  Everyone Will Know You Had Surgery As long as you don’t go overboard in the extent of the enlargement you are seeking and don’t seek to flaunt your new assets, there is no reason that everyone in the world would know that you’ve had a …

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Breastfeeding After Breast Augmentation

Many women considering breast augmentation surgery who are also planning to have families in the future wonder about the impact that the procedure may have on their ability to breastfeed. Some believe the false rumors that any breast surgery will prevent them from being able to breastfeed their children, but this is clearly not the …

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