Author Archives: Dr. Parker

The Keller Funnel™: Making Breast Augmentation Better for You

The popularity of silicone gel implants has increased significantly over the past several years. For our breast augmentation patients here in Paramus, NJ,  inserts silicone gel implants in well over 90% of his breast augmentation patients due to their soft, natural feel and high degree of patient satisfaction. However, placing implants requires careful techniques and a …

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What Is the Best Placement for Breast Implants?

As you do your research, you’ll likely see implant placement options such as “over the muscle” or “under the muscle.” But as with a lot of medical terminology, the terms about breast implant placement tend to be oversimplified and somewhat confusing. We want you to be as well-informed as possible before  at our Paramus, NJ, …

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New Jersey Dual Plane Breast Augmentation

No two breast augmentations are exactly the same—and providing you with optimal results for your natural proportions, individual aesthetic goals, and lifestyle requires an expert touch and a customized surgical plan. Dr. Parker has been helping women from all walks of life enjoy increased confidence and comfort with breast augmentation surgery for over 25 years, and his …

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Finding the Right Size and Shape for Your Breast Implants

Our goal is to provide you with the information and tools you need to make an informed decision about the  that are best for you. Breast augmentation is not a one-size-fits-all procedure, so we give each patient personalized attention including a customized fitting and detailed computer imaging to help you feel confident in your decision. Choosing Your …

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Squamous Cell Carcinoma

What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma? Squamous cell carcinoma is a malignant growth of abnormal cells most commonly seen on the skin after years of sun damage. Occurring in the squamous cells in the epidermis, squamous cell carcinoma may develop anywhere on the body, but are common in areas that most frequently experience UV exposure, such …

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Basal Cell Carcinoma

What is Basal Cell Carcinoma? Basal cell carcinoma is an uncontrolled growth or lesion that occurs in the lining of the deepest layer of the epidermis, where basal cells are located. Basal cell carcinoma is the most predominant form of all cancers, with almost 3 million cases diagnosed each year in the US. Basal cell …

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Melanoma

What is Melanoma? Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer and typically afflicts those who are occasionally exposed to intense UV radiation. Growths and lesions develop when sun damages the skin cells and triggers genetic defects that form malignant tumors in the basal layer of the epidermis. Melanomas typically appear black and brown, …

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Patient Education Skin Cancer

Could you recognize a possible skin cancer growth on your skin? Clinical studies have shown that even the most experienced physicians can accurately diagnose 71% of malignant lesions and 94% of benign lesions. This strongly suggests that biopsies are indicated since even experienced physicians are unable to predict malignancy. Even so, the first defense you have …

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Do Compression Garments Really Help Plastic Surgery Results?

The Triumph Triaction Bra is one example of a wire-free bra that may be recommended after breast surgery While they may not receive a lot of attention, compression garments can be a patient’s best friend after plastic surgery, improving comfort during the early stages of recovery plus helping healing, so your results can look their …

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