When Jill underwent her first breast augmentation in 1996, she was told her saline implants would probably need to be changed out in five years. Seventeen years later, her implants were still in good shape. Over the past couple years she had started to see some rippling, but nothing that was too noticeable. Despite the… click to continue reading
As our patients know, the Parker Center is focused on providing individual care to each patient. We’re proud to announce the release of our newest online video, which calls attention to Dr. Parker’s commitment to excellence. Together, we work with you to discover the right procedures to meet your beauty goals, providing personalized attention and… click to continue reading
After multiple pregnancies and nearly seven years of breast feeding, Cathy, a wife and mother of three, was disappointed in several aspects of her body. While she had never had big breasts, she got used to the fuller size that came along with breast feeding. Once she was finished, her breasts were worse for the… click to continue reading
As a wife and mother, Parker Center patient Mary was nervous about her breast augmentation. While most women experience some anxiety before going under the knife, Mary was more nervous about others’ reactions than the procedure itself.
“I’m in my 50s,” Mary explained. “One of my biggest concerns was that I didn’t want people looking… click to continue reading
Gynecomastia is the condition in which a man has oversized breasts, and it can either affect one breast or both. Gynecomastia may be more common than you think with a reported 35-40% of men experiencing symptoms. This condition has been linked to a number of possible causes, though it’s typically a combination of factors that… click to continue reading