Posted September 18, 2014 by Dr. ParkerJanuary 29th, 2018
It’s natural to compare oneself with others, but for women with tuberous breasts, comparisons with what’s “normal” can be particularly heart-wrenching. Young women with this issue often spend years in the dark not knowing why their breasts are shaped so differently from the other women they see. If you’ve noticed that the overall shape of… click to continue reading
Posted June 25, 2014 by Dr. ParkerSeptember 22nd, 2017
Breast augmentation is our most popular procedure here at the Parker Center, and we love seeing so many happy patients get the shapely curves they’ve always wanted.
Occasionally, however, patients who’ve had prior breast augmentation experience a condition called capsular contracture. If you suspect this has happened to you, we have good news. Capsular contracture… click to continue reading
Posted December 19, 2013 by Dr. ParkerMay 2nd, 2016
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
Posted May 14, 2013 by Dr. ParkerMay 2nd, 2016
Linda is a 56 -year-old divorcee who recently had breast augmentation surgery after thinking about it for several years. After raising her children and going through a divorce, Linda was ready to do something for herself.
“I wanted to get back to the way I was. I wanted to look as good as I did… click to continue reading
Posted December 4, 2012 by Dr. ParkerJanuary 30th, 2018
Whenever a foreign object is implanted into the body, whether it is an artificial hip joint or a breast implant, the body forms a biological lining around it called a capsule. This is a normal phenomenon, but if the capsule tightens and thickens, it can compress and distort a soft object like a breast implant.… click to continue reading
Posted August 28, 2012 by Dr. ParkerMay 2nd, 2016
Heidi is a 32-year old mother of twins who was large breasted for most of her life. After her pregnancy and nursing twins, Heidi had lost a lot of weight. Unfortunately with losing weight, Heidi had lost a lot of volume in her breasts, and they were sagging unattractively.
“I had been very large breasted,… click to continue reading
Posted June 26, 2012 by Dr. ParkerSeptember 22nd, 2017
Cami is a 23-year old single mom who has always been unhappy with the size and shape of her breasts. When she finished breastfeeding, she began seriously looking for a plastic surgeon.
“Breastfeeding left my breasts like two empty sacks, and I was really unhappy about it. I knew that I wanted to have breast… click to continue reading
Posted May 25, 2012 by Dr. ParkerMay 2nd, 2016
Antonette is a 46-year-old single mother of two grown children. She works two jobs and had gotten to the point in her life where she was ready to do something for herself. Antonette had always wanted tohave a breast augmentation but between kids, work, and the cost of living, it was not possible.
“I could… click to continue reading
Posted April 28, 2011 by Dr. ParkerMay 2nd, 2016
Since she was a teenager, Shelby always wanted to have bigger breasts. As an avid exerciser, she is very fit and always felt something was missing with her figure. Never having had surgery, Shelby had only recently decided that a breast augmentation was something she should consider.
“I thought that only celebrities had breast augmentation,… click to continue reading
Posted March 1, 2011 by Dr. ParkerSeptember 22nd, 2017
Everyday for the past five years, Meghan, 23 was in pain on her left side and had trouble raising her left arm completely. Meghan suffered from capsular contraction from breast augmentation surgery she had five years previously. This is a hardening of the lining around the implant. It can be painful and can create an… click to continue reading