Tips & facts
What are the different types of breast implant placements?
There are four main techniques and all of them are very different with pros and cons: submuscular plane, subglandular plane, dual plane and subfascial plane. Which is the best or provides the most natural results? Let’s go over them
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Post-Surgical Accessories: Why are compression garments important post breast augmentation surgery?
Compression bras following breast surgery not only helps speed recovery but also facilitate healing and provides better results than not using compression bras.
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What is the difference between Round and Anatomical Breast Implants?
Round vs anatomical implants? Which is the best for you?
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What are Anatomical Breast Implants? How do I know what breast implants are right for how I want to look?
Anatomical Breast Implants, also referred to as teardrop implants are a type of breast implant that is shaped like the natural breast with a fuller bottom pole and a “thinner” upper pole.
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What are breast tissue expanders and how are they used in Breast Reconstruction
Breast Tissue expanders are used after a mastectomy – partial or bilateral - to increase the amount of tissue doctors must work with to recreate a breast shape.
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What is an inverted nipple?
An inverted nipple, also called retracted nipple or shy nipple, is a condition where the nipple, is retracted inwards or turned in on itself, rather than pointing outwards, as is seen in common or typical anatomy
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Leading Implant Manufacturer Funds Research into Socioeconomic Effects of Breast Reconstruction.
A leading global breast implant manufacturer has today announced that it will be funding research into the socio-economic impact of breast cancer diagnoses.

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