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Category: Breast Lift

Breast Sagging at a Young Age: Why It Happens and What You Can Do About It

Posted November 26, 2018

It’s normal to expect some breast sagging when you are in your fifties. But what if you’re only in your twenties or thirties? Here are some reasons you might experience breast sagging in your twenties and what you can do to keep your breasts looking perky and youthful.1. SmokingSmoking decreases blood supply to the skin, […]

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How to Get Your Body Summer Ready

Posted April 30, 2018

Spring is here, which means one thing is certain: summer will soon arrive. Everyone is planning beach trips, pool parties, island vacations, and outdoor excursions of every kind to make the most of the sunny summer days. If you feel like your body doesn’t quite fit the bill for your picture-perfect summer, here are some […]

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Getting a Mommy Makeover? What to Expect

Posted April 19, 2017

There are a lot of things to plan and prepare for when you’re considering major surgery. A Mommy Makeover can seem even more complicated than other surgeries because it incorporates several surgeries into one. Here is what you can expect for the consultation, surgery, recovery, and results if you are getting a Mommy Makeover. The […]

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Breast Asymmetry: Types, Causes, and Treatments

Posted February 28, 2017

Symmetrical bodies are more beautiful, according to a study conducted by Dr. William Brown and colleagues at Brunel University. However, no one’s body is 100 percent symmetrical. Minor asymmetries are quite common and can be identified in various areas of the body. In women, noticeable asymmetry of the breasts can be devastating and awkward. Breast […]

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How to Get an Hourglass Figure

Posted October 05, 2016

Feminine beauty ideals have evolved dramatically over the centuries. One of the predominant images of feminine attractiveness today is the glamorous hourglass figure of famous beauties like Marilyn Monroe, Sophia Loren, and Elizabeth Taylor. However, very few women have this body shape; it’s far more common to have a rectangular or pear-shaped figure. If an hourglass […]

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Boost Your Breasts With a Breast Lift

Posted September 21, 2016

No woman wants sagging breasts, but unfortunately, nearly every woman in the world will have some level of breast sagging over time. Regardless of the cause, breast sagging and related breast conditions can be improved with surgery. A breast lift can enhance the appearance of the breasts by correcting breast sagging, breast firmness, areola width, […]

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How to Prevent Breast Sagging as a Runner

Posted July 19, 2016

Every female runner knows to expect a little “breast bouncing” while running. Regardless of your bust size, the physical movement of running inevitably leads to some breast movement and can accelerate sagging. However, if you’d rather not give up your favorite exercise activity, you can minimize breast sagging as a runner by wearing a well-fitted […]

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Get a Beach Body: Women’s Edition

Posted May 31, 2016

When summer comes along, you want your body to look its best so that you can show it off in a bikini. The following procedures for body enhancement and body contouring can help you get a toned and attractive body just in time for a summer at the beach. Breast Surgeries Many women lament the […]

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How Soon After a Mommy Makeover Can I Exercise?

Posted October 20, 2015

Mommy Makeover surgery can restore women’s bodies after pregnancy, childbirth, and nursing by eliminating stubborn fat deposits, lifting and restoring volume to the breasts, tightening the abdominal muscles, and eliminating loose abdominal skin. These procedures will require some recovery time in which the woman should refrain from exercising. Here’s what you need to know about […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Posted October 24, 2014

With more than 40,000 deaths and over 230,000 new cases diagnosed every year, breast cancer has become one of the most common and deadly diseases. While breast cancer can usually be successfully treated if diagnosed early enough, many women don’t know about the risk factors that contribute to this disease. October is Breast Cancer Awareness […]

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