Category Archives: Breast Augmentation

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Your Complete Guide to Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation consistently remains one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures in the country. Our breast augmentation patients from Modesto, Pleasanton, Tracy, and beyond use it to add feminine volume and youthful curves. But despite it being a go-to breast enhancement procedure, women continue to have many questions about the procedure. In this blog …

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How to Find the Best Breast Augmentation Surgeon in Your Area

Every breast augmentation journey usually begins with a bit of online research. There are countless blogs, videos, and testimonials online explaining what you can expect from the procedure. However, when you’re trying to find the right doctor for your surgery, these endless Google results can feel overwhelming. But there's good news: The best breast augmentation …

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Breast Augmentation vs. Breast Lift: How to Choose

When it comes to breast enhancement, women today have more choices than ever before. Both breast lift and breast augmentation are popular with Modesto, Pleasanton, and Livermore, CA, men and women who come to our plastic surgery practice in Tracy. However, while these two procedures are similar, they certainly aren’t the same. How can you …

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Keep an Open Mind When Researching Breast Augmentation

With the amount of information about breast augmentation readily available online, it’s not surprising that people often arrive at my practice quite knowledgeable about both the procedure itself and breast implants. For example, breast augmentation patients from Modesto, Pleasanton, and the greater Bay Area often come to my Tracy office already knowing what size implants …

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Breast Lift with Augmentation

Many women look forward to the benefits of losing 50 pounds, 100 pounds, or even more after having bariatric surgery, but most are unaware that this weight loss may cause their breasts to lose their fullness, firmness, and shape. When breasts lose volume, they droop and sag. This common condition is called ptosis (pronounced toe-sis). …

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