Category Archives: Breast Shaping

New Breast Augmentation Technique for Busy, Active Women

In his never-ending quest to improve patient outcomes, minimize downtime, and speed up recovery following aesthetic breast augmentation, Dr. Steven Sigalove, a board-certified plastic surgeon and breast augmentation specialist in Scottsdale, has developed a new and exciting technique that he is offering at Scottsdale … Continue reading

Stop, Drop & Fluff: Why Implants “Settle”

The term “drop and fluff” is frequently heard amongst breast augmentation patients and on breast implant chat sites. This refers to the process breasts undergo in the first few months after augmentation surgery. While this term may sound humorous, it … Continue reading

3 Main Causes for a Wide “Cleavage Gap”

A number of my patients coming in for plastic surgery in Phoenix have recently asked me the same question, so I felt like I should address it on my blog.  The question was a variation of: “Why do I see some women … Continue reading

Implant Sizing Discussion #1: How many ccs make a “C” cup? (Part I)

Deciding proper implant size is one of the more challenging aspects of breast augmentation in the Phoenix area for many patients and surgeons. Patients are often surprised to find out that the relationship between implant size and final breast appearance … Continue reading

Can Less Be More? Making the Switch to Smaller Implants

The concept of breast augmentation is associated with increased breast size. However, for many patients, the motivation behind breast augmentation is to improve breast shape and proportion, without becoming excessively large. I see many patients for breast augmentation revision surgery at my … Continue reading

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