Category Archives: Breast Lift

Goodbye Snoopy: Options for Improving the Shape of Tuberous Breasts

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 …

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Plastic Surgeon Offers New Non-Surgical Treatment for Capsular Contracture

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. …

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Bikinis Now Part of Vacation Wear for New Jersey Mom after Lipoabdominoplasty and Breast Reduction at The Parker Center

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 …

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Dr. Jeffrey Donaldson Tells Women They Have Options for Inverted Nipple Repair

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, …

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Breast Augmentation – New Jersey Patient Michelle Believes Dr. Parker was “Worth the Wait”

Michelle is a married, 35-year old working mom to an 8 year old. In May of this year she finally had the long-desired breast augmentation. New Jersey resident, Michelle had wanted to have breast surgery since she was in her early 20's but never found the right doctor. "I researched doctors and websites for years …

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