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Search results for: “Breast Augmentation Surgery”

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Breast Implants & Breastfeeding: Facts for Moms on Their Motherhood Journey

So, do breast implants cause problems with breastfeeding? The good news is that having breast implants doesn't necessarily mean you can't breastfeed.

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What is the best incision for breast augmentation?

The Four Types Of Breast Augmentation Incisions You Should Know About

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What are the different types of breast implant placements?

There are four main techniques and all of them are very different with pros and cons: submuscular plane, subglandular plane, dual plane and subfascial plane. Which is the best or provides the most natural results? Let’s go over them

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Post-Surgical Accessories: Why are compression garments important post breast augmentation surgery?

Compression bras following breast surgery not only helps speed recovery but also facilitate healing and provides better results than not using compression bras.

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