Category Archives: Breast Augmentation

Should I Lose Weight Before or After My Breast Augmentation?

Many of the patients we see considering breast augmentation at St. Louis Cosmetic Surgery are in the midst of making a personal transformation that often includes losing weight. This could be simply toning certain trouble spots, or making major lifestyle changes that include changing their diet and exercise habits. In either case, women typically want to …

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Breast Augmentation: Before or After Pregnancy?

The timing of breast augmentation, especially as it relates to motherhood, is typically a major consideration for prospective patients. In this blog post, I want to take a moment to answer some of the specific questions my breast augmentation patients in St. Louis often ask. Once you have a clear understanding of the relationship between …

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What Makes a Breast Augmentation “Rapid Recovery”?

My colleagues and I are pleased to offer a rapid recovery option for breast augmentation here at St. Louis Cosmetic Surgery. If you're wondering how rapid recovery breast augmentation is different from other approaches to the procedure, as well as whether you're a candidate, this blog post is for you. Although traditional breast augmentation doesn't …

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Answers to Some Private Questions About Breast Augmentation

Women considering breast augmentation at St. Louis Cosmetic Surgery arrive at their consultations well-informed, but many still have plenty of questions. The most common questions are about the procedure itself, the different types of breast implants, and what to expect during the recovery. Other questions, however, are a bit more private or related to a …

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3 Breast Augmentation Considerations

For the past several years, breast augmentation has been the most common plastic surgery procedure here in St. Louis, MO. Many of our patients research the procedure online before they come in, which is a wonderful way to begin the planning process. We then like to have thorough discussions during the consultation about each different …

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