Tag Archives: breast augmentation

  1. Is There a “Right Age” to Have Breast Augmentation?

    Many women who undergo breast augmentation have been planning the procedure for years. Others decide to have the operation due to breast tissue changes following pregnancy or weight loss. Regardless of the motivation, those considering this popular procedure often wonder what is the right age for breast enhancement. There is no definitive, one-size-fits-all answer. Depending…

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    Plastic Surgery Trends for 2021

    The global pandemic has changed the way we do almost everything, and this is probably the way it’s going to stay for much of 2021—the way we work, the way we go to school, the way we shop for groceries, and the way we care for our outward appearance. Despite all the uncertainty surrounding health,…

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    How Often Do You Really Need to Get a Breast Augmentation? | Dr. Pugash

    If you’re asking the question – how often do you really need to get a breast augmentation – then either you’re considering having breast implants or you already have been through the process. Both situations will prompt you to ask many questions. Here are some of the more common ones: How often should breast implants…

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    Should I Consider Breast Augmentation After Weight Loss?

    After losing a significant amount of weight, many women experience stretched or sagging breasts. Pregnancy, aging, genetics, and weight loss following bariatric surgery all can cause stretching of the breast’s internal ligaments and skin. The breast and the breast skin can only naturally retract a small amount as the breast’s fat cells lose volume. The…

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    Breast Lift, Breast Implants… Maybe Both? Which Option is Best for You to Perk Up Your Look?

    Are you unhappy with the size, shape, or fullness of your breasts? If so, you’re not alone. Breast lifts and breast implants are among the most popular plastic surgery procedures and among the most highly rated by women who have them. Each operation (or a combination of the two) can give a woman more pride…

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    6 Misconceptions About Breast Augmentation

    There’s a lot of information online about breast augmentation  — some is correct, but a lot isn’t. It’s important to understand what’s true and what’s false. Vancouver plastic surgeon Dr. Eric Pugash is a nationally acclaimed plastic surgeon who wants to dispel myths and offer facts. Here are six common misconceptions about this breast enhancement…

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    Special Considerations for Breast Augmentation in Older Patients

    Plenty of women in the Vancouver area consult with us about having breast implants in their 40s, 50s, 60s, and beyond. Most of these women are finished having children and want to pursue their long-awaited cosmetic goals. Many of them want to restore breast volume that has been affected by hormonal changes, pregnancy, and breastfeeding. …

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    Breast Augmentation Choices for Runners

    Are you considering breast augmentation, but worry the implants may interfere with your active lifestyle? Women who enjoy strenuous exercises like running or cross-fit are skeptical about cosmetic treatments that may hinder their workout routines. They want to continue their healthy lifestyle with activities that burn calories, boost metabolism, and lower their body fat index….

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    Your Options if Your Breast Implants Turned Out Too Small

    Sometimes after breast augmentation, the patient feels her breast size is inadequate. It’s easy to sympathize with these women who have endured the expense, time, and risk of surgery but are not satisfied because they feel their breast implants are too small. If you fall into this category, here are some options you may want…

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    Uneven Breasts? How Breast Augmentation Balances Your Beauty

    Breasts that are noticeably different in size can make you self-conscious. You may pad your bra, or avoid revealing tops because you want to conceal an unusual looking chest. Breast deformities can be caused by many factors including injuries, tumors, infections, hormonal imbalances, and nursing. Though different-sized breasts are often outgrown through the course of…