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Plastic Surgery Blog

Breast Surgery for Uneven Breasts

Breasts have many nicknames, but one especially common term we often hear is “the twins.” What we find here in our clinic, at CARE Plastic Surgery, is that many women believe the ideal breasts are perfectly paired, perky, and full, however in reality nature doesn’t always provide our “ideal.” If your “twins” aren’t as you […] - Read More >>

How Can I Get the Most Natural Looking Breast Implants?

How many women do you know with breast implants? Considering that breast augmentation is the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure year after year, more women than you probably realize have breast implants. Many estimates put the total number of women with breast implants in the U.S. at over 5 million, roughly 4-5% of the adult […] - Read More >>

Smaller Breast Implants Are the New Black

Have you been thinking about breast implants? Unfortunately, we’re not always born with what we want. Luckily, we live in a world where we have options at our disposal to successfully pursue change. Whether it’s a different hair color or different nose, there is a way to make a change. Specifically, in today’s world, it’s […] - Read More >>

Breast Augmentation and Breast Lift: What’s the Difference?

While often confused for one another, a breast augmentation and a breast lift are very different procedures. While a breast augmentation and a breast lift can be used together to create beautiful aesthetic results, not all patients are candidates for both and may only need one of these procedures. Learn the key differences below: Breast […] - Read More >>

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to U.S. Breast Cancer Statistics, about one in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. Specifically, in 2017, an estimated 252,710 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the United States. Following a successful treatment, […] - Read More >>

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