According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 7 out of 10 women diagnosed with breast cancer are not told about their breast reconstruction options. When you receive a breast cancer diagnosis, it may require you to take some time to process the information and think about your options. Please watch the video below to learn more.
Many modern women, and increasing numbers of men, are focused on prevention of the signs of aging instead of waiting to correct these wrinkles farther down the road. Facial fillers can be a great way to provide the preventive effect you want without...Read More
A 2012 survey conducted by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons found that 89 percent of women want to see what breast reconstruction results look like before deciding to undergo the procedure. It's important for you to be able to see what reconstructed breasts will look like, so that you can decide if any of the reconstructive breast techniques are right for your wishes. Just like other techniques,...Read More
Although a breast lift is a great way to restore firm, perky breasts, there are little things you can do non-surgically to stave off the sag. A recent article from Good Housekeeping is informing women of the 9 everyday things they can do to prevent sagging breasts:
- Drink more orange juice. Vitamins B and C are good for your breast tissues, as well as for the rest of...
Did you know only 7 out of 10 women are aware of their breast reconstruction options after they've had a mastectomy? At Park Meadows Cosmetic Surgery, we're doing our part to "close the loop" on breast cancer by informing women of exactly what their options are following a mastectomy or lumpectomy. BRA Day USA is an annual event held to raise awareness about breast reconstruction options. This...Read More