Blog posts in category "Breast Augmentation"
A mega 4 part article on “How to Choose Your Breast Size” was recently published by my friend, Eden, on www.edenknowsimplants.com. Check out my hints on picking the best breast implant size for you, and check out her website for other information and resources regarding breast augmentation.
If it’s going to rotate, wouldn’t you rather your breast implant be round? After all, tear drop shaped implants only look natural if they’re not upside down. Dr. Roy Kim, San Francisco and Santa Clara Plastic Surgeon, explains why round breast implants are still more common than tear drop shaped implants.
There are many myths and half-truths regarding breast implants and breast augmentation. Dr. Roy Kim, San Francisco’s Plastic Surgeon, explains the most common myths he has shattered for his patients. Read more, and get schooled on the correct information regarding breast implants!
Do you suffer from Boob Greed? Are you having problems deciding the best breast implant size for you? Or have you already had breast augmentation? Dr. Roy Kim, San Francisco’s Plastic Surgeon, offers a cure for Boob Greed.
Because it’s a lot easier to fix a bad cup of coffee than a botched boob job.
Why do you feel electrical shock, pins and needles, and occasional pain after your breast augmentation surgery? San Francisco’s Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Roy Kim, answers this question, and teaches you 2 cool words, paresthesia and dysesthesia.
San Francisco plastic surgeon Dr. Roy Kim opens up the mail bag to answer a blog reader's question. Does she need a breast augmentation, breast lift or both?
In two words- YOU CAN’T. Dr. Roy Kim explains why you can’t tell your girlfriend she needs to change their breast implants.
San Francisco plastic surgeon Dr. Roy Kim shares more tricks of the trade for avoiding an unnatural breast augmentation result.
Giuliana Rancic recently shared the details of her breeast cancer diagnosis along with her decision to undergo a double mastectomy with immediate breast reconstruction. What does the surgery involve and what options are available for reconstruction?