Category Archives: Breast Augmentation

Why Breasts Lose Volume

As many women come to realize, breasts are one of the more variable parts of the body when it comes to changes over time. Breast shape can change with aging, weight fluctuation, and pregnancy, and size can evolve as well. … Continue reading

Breast Augmentation: Why I Prefer the Inframammary Incision

When I first started my practice, I inserted most of my breast implants for my Scottsdale and Phoenix patients via periareolar (halfway around the areola) incisions. I liked the central access to the breast pockets via this incision pattern, and the … 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

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

Mentor LEAD Program

This year I was honored to be selected by Mentor Worldwide LLC (one of the world leaders in breast implants) to join their LEAD Program. LEAD stands for “leadership, experience, and development in breast augmentation,” and it is an elite … Continue reading

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