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Robert Wilcox, M.D. is a plastic surgeon practicing at Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Center of Texas in Plano. One of the procedures most commonly performed by Dr. Wilcox is breast augmentation.
During your surgery, Dr. Wilcox will customize the procedure to your needs. The breast augmentation factors that you must consider are breast implant type (silicone or saline), shape (round or teardrop), and placement (above or beneath the muscle). All together, there may be about 200 different ways to perform breast augmentation surgery.
By visiting Dr. Wilcox's Web site, you can learn more about this popular plastic surgery procedure, as well as the doctor himself.
David R. Broadway, M.D., F.A.C.S. is a triple board certified plastic surgeon practicing in Denver, Colorado, at Broadway Center for Plastic Surgery. Among the many procedures that he performs, Dr. Broadway receives the most requests for breast augmentation, also known as "augmentation mammaplasty."
Each year, over 250,000 women undergo breast enhancement surgery, and the ages of patients range from around 18-65. Breast implants options include silicone-gel and saline. While you can choose from incision location (through the nipple or under arm, or below the breast crease) and implant placement (above or below the chest muscle), Dr. Broadway prefers through the breast crease and below the muscle because he is able to produce the most natural-looking results this way.
To obtain further information regarding Dr. Broadway, as well as breast augmentation, we invite you to visit our Web site.
As a knowledgeable Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Gerald Minniti, M.D. has been called upon to perform an array of cosmetic procedures, one of which was featured on the television show "Dr. Phil."
Treating patients who suffer from gynecomastia, or men with "female-like breasts," is a satisfying service for Dr. Minniti. On this episode of "Dr. Phil," a 17-year-old named Paul who had lost nearly 75 pounds was having trouble reducing the size of his breasts. Although male breast reduction produces significant scaring, the young man was more than willing to undergo the procedure in return for an improved appearance.
If you too are ready to have your body contoured in any way, let our skilled cosmetic surgery specialist be of assistance. Please view his Web site to learn more about this, and other procedures that Dr. Minniti offers!
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One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Although 50 percent of women think breast cancer is hereditary, only 10 percent of breast cancer sufferers have a genetic history of the disease.
LUNA, the makers of whole nutrition bars for women®, and the Breast Cancer Fund (BCF) recently announced the results of a national survey and the launch of a public education program to provide women with five easy, everyday tips to ask, act and live to prevent breast cancer. Designed to raise public awareness that prevention is as important as early detection and treatment, the Pure Prevention campaign aims to dispel breast cancer myths and arm women with the knowledge that prevention is possible.
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Craig R. Jonov, M.D., D.M.D., is a leading cosmetic surgeon board certified by the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery (ABCS). At his facility in Seattle, The Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery, he regularly performs breast augmentation.
Breast enhancement surgery is one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures in the U.S. today, and can improve a patient's appearance and self-esteem. Dr. Jonov invites prospective patients to a complimentary consultation, where additional breast augmentation information can be obtained.
Please view Dr. Jonov's Web site today!
When referring to the muscle in breast implant surgery, it is the pectoral muscle that is specifically being targeted. It is better to place the implant underneath the muscle according to Dallas physician, Robert J. Schwartz, M.D. There are three benefits to having the implant placed this way.
First, the results will simply look better and more natural because there is more padding. The muscle helps to support the weight of the implant, resulting in less sagging over time. Lastly, there is much less of an impact when it comes time to get mammograms. If the implant is placed over the muscle, a large part of the breasts gets blocked.
To learn more about breast implant placement under or over the muscle, feel free to visit the Web site of Dr. Schwartz.
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