Category Archives: Breast Enhancement

What To Look for in Breast Augmentation Before-and-After Photos

Looking through before-and-after photos is one of the first steps for many new patients in Phoenix and Scottsdale. Photos are extremely useful because not only do they show the results you can expect, but they also showcase a plastic surgeon’s talent. Before-and-after galleries are often a major deciding factor when it comes to surgeon selection. …

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Can Less Be More? Making the Switch to Smaller Implants

The concept of breast augmentation is associated with increased breast size. However, for many patients, the motivation behind breast augmentation is to improve breast shape and proportion, without becoming excessively large. Can you downsize breast implants? I see many patients for breast augmentation revision surgery at my Phoenix-area plastic surgery practice, and they visit me for …

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Dr. Sigalove Answers Common Questions About Breast Augmentation

You asked, Dr. Sigalove answered! Dr. Sigalove, board-certified plastic surgeon in Scottsdale, AZ, shares his insights into commonly asked questions about breast augmentation. He shares his insights on what to expect after breast augmentation, what it’s like to recover from breast implant surgery and how breast implants settle after surgery. Do Breast Implants Get Bigger …

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Fat Grafting With Implants

The use of one’s own fat as a supplement to an implant or one’s own tissue is called . This is a common procedure that is performed at our Scottsdale plastic surgery practice in conjunction with a , , or to create more contour, volume, minimizing rippling and wrinkling, maintaining a soft and natural breast. …

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Strattice™: Supporting Successful Breast Revision

As a high-volume breast revision specialist, I frequently use Strattice in my breast augmentation revision surgeries in the Scottsdale area. Strattice is a porcine acellular dermal matrix. Essentially, it is a deep layer of skin (dermis) harvested from pigs (porcine) that is processed in such a way as to remove all pig cells (acellular) while leaving a …

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