Judy is a breast cancer survivor – twice. Her experiences, including breast reconstruction, compelled her to start ALAS-Wings, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering Hispanic/Latina women about breast cancer awareness.
Stephanie was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer, so she opted for a mastectomy and breast reconstruction because – as she puts it: "I didn’t want to be a cancer patient any longer."
Studies using eye-tracking are providing a more objectivity for determining which breast areas are most attractive, which may to improve surgical outcomes.
Step inside the office of Karen Horton, MD to see breast reconstruction follow-up, a liposuction consultation, a breast reduction follow-up and more.
Whether for reconstruction or aesthetic patients, implants are very useful in changing the volume and shape of the breast; however, implants should not be considered lifetime devices.
Fat grafting is a popular way to volumize different parts of your body – buttocks, breast, hands, face – and to improve the contours of the abdomen.