Posted May 27, 2014 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSJuly 11th, 2016
One of our Parker Center breast reduction patients recently came in for a visit—6 years after her surgery with Dr. Parker. Below are photos of her before surgery, a few months after breast reduction, and 6 years later. As you can see, her breast shape hasn’t changed much at all over the years; if anything,… click to continue reading
Posted April 24, 2013 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Kathy, 41, is married with a 2 ½ year old son, and she had been thinking about breast reduction surgery for a few years. As an avid runner, Kathy’s large breasts were a daily inconvenience and causing her frequent back and neck pain.
“It was something I dealt with every day. Running was a problem,… click to continue reading
Posted December 4, 2012 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSJanuary 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 June 12, 2012 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Male plastic surgery has been on the upswing for years, even during this tight economy. Plastic surgery is now commonplace and becoming rapidly more acceptable for men. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), male plastic surgery has increased 121% since 1997.
“I believe as baby boomers age—both men and women—they see themselves… click to continue reading
Posted May 9, 2012 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSSeptember 22nd, 2017
Laura is a 49 year old married mother of two who has wanted to have breast reduction surgery since she finished breastfeeding her youngest child, 12 years ago. Laura started out a B cup but pregnancy and breastfeeding left her breasts larger each time.
“Before the surgery, I was a quadruple D cup. Just so… click to continue reading
Posted December 1, 2011 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Joanne, 58 year old mother of two, decided it was time to get rid of her 36DDs. She researched on the Web and even though The Parker Center was not all that close to her, she decided it was worth the drive for New Jersey plastic surgeon, Dr. Parker to evaluate her situation.
“My breasts… click to continue reading
Posted September 20, 2011 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Just three short weeks ago, George, a 20 year old college student, had surgery to correct his gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is the medical term for enlarged breast tissue in men. It affects men of all ages and sizes and can be present in one or both sides of the chest.
George who has suffered with gynecomastia… click to continue reading
Posted February 24, 2011 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2017
Inverted nipples are relatively common and can be both embarrassing and unsightly. They are caused by shortened or scarred breast tissue ducts that pull the nipple inward. The condition may arise from birth or external trauma, and most women don’t know about the possible treatment options. With inverted nipple surgery, Columbus Ohio‘s Dr. Jeffrey Donaldson,… click to continue reading
Posted August 24, 2010 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Referred to New Jersey plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Parker by his family physician, 19-year old Josh did not want to go back to college after last year. Uncomfortable taking off his shirt because of his “man boobs”, Josh made the decision to investigate surgery in New Jersey.
Gynecomastia, or enlargement of the male breasts is… click to continue reading
Posted June 23, 2010 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSSeptember 22nd, 2017
At 31, Gianny decided it was time to do something about her large sagging breasts. She made appointments with several plastic surgeons in NJ and was all set for her three consultations. But, in an unexpected twist of fate, Darlene walked in to the dentist office where Gianny works and shared her very recent experience… click to continue reading