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Breast Lift or Breast Implants? The Answer Might Be Both

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Category Archives: Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

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Breast Lift or Breast Implants? The Answer Might Be Both

One of the most common questions I hear from women considering cosmetic breast surgery is whether breast implants can provide the same results as a breast lift. As a woman and double board-certified plastic surgeon, I understand my patients' desire to avoid incisions associated with a breast lift. In my office at The Woodlands plastic …

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Getting Your Body Spring Break Ready

The hot days of spring break are fast approaching, and if you’re planning a trip to the Gulf Coast or the pool, you’re probably looking to get your body bikini-ready. Not to worry! Double board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Segune Kim offers a variety of procedures to smooth out problem areas and accentuate your curves. You …

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Will I Need Implants With My Breast Lift?

Breast sagginess is a common concern among women following pregnancy or weight fluctuations. It is also a natural effect of the passage of time. Breast lift surgery enhances the appearance of the breasts by raising them to a higher, more youthful-looking position on the chest. In many cases, breast implants can also improve the appearance …

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How to Keep Your Breasts Looking Young

What woman doesn’t want to preserve — or return to — the firm, buoyant breasts of her youth? Gravity may be inevitable, but there are a few ways to slow the sagging effect that time has on our breasts. In this post, Dr. Sugene Kim shares lifestyle habits that contribute to keeping your breasts as …

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Should I Get Implants With My Breast Lift?

Over time, pregnancy, breastfeeding, major weight fluctuations, the effect of gravity and the natural aging process all can take a toll on the look of a woman’s breasts. Also, as individuals age, the body gradually produces less collagen and elastin, two proteins that are integral to maintaining healthy, elastic skin. When this happens, the skin …

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