Many people think of breast implants as only beneficial to those looking to augment their breast size. This is not always the case! For example, many women come to The Plastic Surgery Center in Maryland for a solution to mammary asymmetry—which refers to an uneven size, shape, or “droop” of the breasts. While mammary asymmetry … Continue reading Correcting Uneven Breasts (Mammary Asymmetry) with Breast Implants
Most people are familiar with breast implants, where silicone or saline implants are surgically placed above or below existing breast tissue to increase the size, fullness, shape, or improve the symmetry of the breasts. However, there is another type of breast augmentation procedure available to some candidates called fat transfer breast augmentation. What Is a … Continue reading Breast Implants vs. Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation
How We Reduce Breast Implant Scars At The Plastic Surgery Center in Maryland, breast enlargement with breast implants is one of our most popular cosmetic procedures that we perform. Our plastic surgeon—Dr. Rosenberg—receives many of questions each day about the breast enlargement procedure. One of the most frequently asked questions is, “do breast implants leave … Continue reading How We Reduce Breast Implant Scars
At The Plastic Surgery Center in Maryland, we specialize in breast implants, so we’re used to getting a lot of questions about the different types of implants available. While the type of implant you decide to go with will ultimately depend on your personal goals for your plastic surgery, it’s great to educate yourself on … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between Smooth and Textured Breast Implants?
One of the most powerful new weapons in the war against aging is a toxin produced by a tiny organism. The toxin is commonly known as Botox and is short for botulism toxin. Injection of minute amounts of this toxin is now commonly being used to treat facial wrinkles. And yes it is a toxin produced … Continue reading Botox – Pretty Poison
By Lawrence Rosenberg M.D. The response to the previous columns on plastic surgery has been overwhelming. It seems that almost everyone is interested in information on plastic surgery even if they are not considering a procedure for themselves. I have received a large number of general questions regarding the procedures and it was suggested that … Continue reading The FAQ’s on Facelifts
By Lawrence Rosenberg M.D. Cosmetic surgery once available to only the affluent is now commonly available to a much wider population. According to the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASPRS) over one million people underwent cosmetic surgery in 1998. This is more than double the amount since 1992. Of those 1 million patients, … Continue reading Cosmetic Surgery – No Longer Just For the Rich and Famous