Category Archives: Breast Surgery

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    Breast Augmentation Series: What You Need to Know About Breast Augmentation in Your 30s

    You’ve matured, you know what you want and are ready to make important decisions which affect your life. If you’re in your 30s and are contemplating breast augmentation, this post is for you. The most popular aesthetic surgical procedure for women in their 30s is breast augmentation. It accounts for 37% of all cosmetic surgeries… Read More

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    Breast Augmentation Series: What You Need to Know About Breast Augmentation in Your 20s

    Your 20s are a prime age for breast augmentation. This operation involves the placement of implants into the breast to enhance shape and fullness. It is one of the most popular aesthetic surgical procedures in Canada and the United States. The goal of this post is to advise young women in their 20s about breast augmentation…. Read More

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    Breast Surgery – Incision Decision – Endoscopic vs. Areolar vs. Inframammary

    If you’re contemplating breast augmentation surgery you and your surgeon will need to decide on the incision that will be used to place the implant. Your body type, aesthetic goals and implant choice all contribute to the selection of incision used for your breast augmentation. We’ve listed three different types of implant incision and explained… Read More

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    Is Bigger Better? Your Guide to Breast Implant Sizes

    It’s not enough to choose the type of implant—you must choose the right size, too. Don’t know where to begin? We’ve gathered some helpful tips to assist you with picking the right breast implants size. Avoid Cup Sizes It might seem as if picking the right breast implant is as easy as picking a cup… Read More

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    Preparing for Your Plastic Surgery Consultation

    A successful consultation is key to a successful plastic surgery experience. The consultation is not a formality; it is the forum where you and your surgeon explore your concerns, the treatment options and possible risks. Your consultation will educate and inform you on the intricacies of your treatment, and is also an opportunity for you… Read More

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    Breast Augmentation Recovery: What to Expect After Your Surgery

    Your breast augmentation journey doesn’t end after your surgery. A well-managed recovery is just as important as pre-surgery preparations because it can improve your healing time and reduce the probability of complications. A successful breast augmentation recovery is the key to achieving great results. If you want to ensure your experience is a positive and… Read More

  7. Common Myths About Breast Augmentation and Lift

    The decision to undergo breast lift or breast augmentation surgery is a personal one. As a top plastic surgeon in Vancouver, Dr. Eric Pugash understands that many women struggle with this decision, in part because of the misconceptions and myths surrounding the two procedures. If you are considering breast lift, breast augmentation or both, Dr…. Read More

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    How to Perk Your Breasts After Pregnancy

    Being a mother is one of the greatest joys in life, but it can also bring a number of unwanted changes to your body. Even a healthy, moderate amount of weight gain during pregnancy can stretch out the skin and leave unsightly stretchmarks. Breastfeeding also changes the size and shape of your breasts, as the… Read More

  9. Researchers Find the Perfect Breast Shape

    Men, women and plastic surgeons have agreed on the perfect breast shape, and the choice may surprise you. According to a study performed by a group of plastic surgeons in London, the most popular breast shape has an upper pole to lower pole ratio of 45:55, meaning 45 percent of the breast is in the… Read More

  10. Study Says Breast Lift Decreases Bra Size

    According to a study published in the July issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons), it is common for women who undergo breast lift to wear smaller bras after surgery. A team from New York University followed up with 20 women who had breast lift… Read More