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Correcting Tuberous Breasts

Tuberous breasts are an oft-misunderstood anomaly that occurs when breast development is restricted by the surrounding tissues. Tuberous breasts have a small, narrow base, a lack of tissue and skin in the lower portion of the breasts, are sagging, have an unusually wide space between the breasts, a higher than normal fold beneath the breasts,… Continue reading

Thinking about Plastic Surgery? Questions to Ask Yourself

Some decisions in life can be made off the cuff without a lot of forethought. Others require careful self-reflection and consideration. Deciding to alter part of yourself through plastic surgery falls under the latter category, as it is not something to take lightly. f you are thinking about having plastic surgery to improve the appearance… Continue reading

4 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Selecting a Plastic Surgeon

When considering plastic surgery, there are many decisions you will need to make, but none more important than the plastic surgeon you will work with. Choosing a qualified plastic surgeon ensures a safe procedure and successful outcome. To help you with your decision, Los Angeles plastic surgeon Dr. George Sanders would like to discuss common… Continue reading

Can Implants Make My Breasts Look Perkier?

Breast augmentation surgery enables women to achieve the shape and contour they always wanted. A variety of implants and surgical techniques can help women look and feel their best by restoring fullness and volume to their breasts. Many women who seek bigger breasts are bothered by breast sag and wonder if implants can also make… Continue reading

The Medical Benefits of a Tummy Tuck

Often performed in conjunction with other surgeries as part of a “mommy makeover,” abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck surgery, can be far more than just a cosmetic procedure. Abdominoplasty has been shown to correct common postpartum issues and improve patients’ quality of life after childbirth. In this blog post, Los Angeles plastic surgeon Dr. George Sanders… Continue reading

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