This may seem like an easy procedure, but this is actually one of the toughest breast augmentation surgeries. This woman was very petite and in very good shape with incredibly low body fat, but she wanted a larger sized implant. It is extremely difficult to achieve a natural look with this combination of factors, but as you can see, it is possible with a highly advanced technique of implant insertion.
She underwent a submuscular (under the muscle) breast augmentation with a 397cc (full C cup) moderate profile Natrelle silicone implant, and this is the result at only 6 weeks after surgery with only about 80% of the stretching complete. Over the next 6 weeks, her result will continue to improve as the bottom half her breast completes it full stretch and the implants rotate down into an even more natural position.
With the Rapid Recovery technique, she was back to work in less than a week, and back to the gym after only 10 days.
If you have any questions about breast augmentation surgery, breast implants, or the Rapid Recovery Breast AugmenationTM, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 917-703-7069, or contact us through our website by clicking here. More before and after photos available here.
The PIP breast implant scandal has been center-stage in the aesthetic safety news over the past few months, and has resulted in several criminal charges against executives of the French company, Poly Implant Prosthese (PIP), that was responsible for manufacturing breast implants with industrial-grade silicone instead of medical silicone in an effort to cut costs.
PIP implants were distributed throughout Europe and South America, and even though the rate of rupture appears to be at least double the rate of medical-grade implants, there is still no consensus on whether or not the implants should be removed.
PIP breast implants were never sold in the United States, but if you are one of the thousands of women who received PIP breast implants in another country, keep reading for more information…
A recent article in a Chicago newspaper talked about the idea of adjustable breast implants!
This idea isn’t necessarily a new… adjustable breast implants (AKA “tissue expanders”) are used all the time in the first phase of breast cancer reconstruction surgeries. However, the idea of using adjustable implants in cosmetic breast augmentation surgery is relatively new and somewhat controversial.
Continue Reading to learn more about Adjustable Breast Implants!
An article recently surfaced on HuffPo about the joy of going bra-less, and the unspeakable dangers of breast implants… according to blogger Hallie Seegal that is…
Now, I completely support any lifestyle decision that a woman (or man) chooses to make, including not wearing a bra 🙂 But if you’re attempting to persuade people that your choice is the “right” choice, you should be certain that you have your facts straight. If you present inaccurate information that you don’t truly understand, you’re doing a lot of people a great disservice, so let’s go through Hallie Seegal’s claims one by one…
Ready to get back to the gym after breast augmentation? Get the answers to all your questions from Equinox Personal Trainer, Jason Agnello, and New York City Plastic Surgeon, Nicholas Vendemia, MD, on FITFineLines.com.
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