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What’s trending in breast augmentation?

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on May 22, 2019

Breast augmentation remains one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures in the U.S. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, in 2016, more than a quarter million procedures were performed. Currently, there are… Read More >

BIA-ALCL (Breast Implant Associated Acute Large Cell Lymphoma): dispelling the myths

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on July 10, 2018

BIA-ALCL (Breast Implant Associated Acute Large Cell Lymphoma): dispelling the myths In the last few years a concern has surfaced over the possible risk of cancer after breast implant surgery. Many of the reports have… Read More >

Breast augmentation: What to Expect FAQs

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on February 20, 2018

Here is a primer for some of the most frequently asked questions regarding breast augmentation recovery. Will the procedure be painful? While everyone is unique, most of the women who undergo breast augmentation are pleasantly… Read More >

Breast Augmentation in 2018: What to Expect

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on December 28, 2017

Almost 300,000 women underwent breast augmentation surgery in the U.S. during 2016 according to statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, making it the most popular cosmetic surgery in the nation – a spot the procedure has… Read More >

Saline vs Silicone gel filled implants; part #2

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on November 21, 2012

During this installment, I will discuss the advantages of silicone gel filled implants in comparison to saline filled implants. Certainly the greatest advantage of the silicone gel filled implants is that they feel more natural… Read More >

Saline vs Silicone Gel Filled Implants, Part #1

Posted by Laurence Weider, MD on November 6, 2012

One of the most frequently asked questions in my practice relates to the choice between saline and silicone gel filled breast implants. Over the next two blogs I will review the pros and cons of… Read More >