Category Archives: Breast Surgery

Would You Benefit from Breast Augmentation?

Breast augmentation has become increasingly popular in recent years, as it is one of the top cosmetic surgeries performed today. In fact, according to the latest 2015 breast augmentation statistics, about 300,000 women had this procedure done last year.

At the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and Skin Care Center, we believe it has become so popular in recent years because it’s one of the most gratifying cosmetic surgeries available for women. It helps them feel better about their bodies and improves their overall self-esteem. Our doctor, Dr. Genter, will perform breast augmentation procedures in Philadelphia, as well as other local areas, on those who wish to enhance or restore their figures.

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Three Ways to Transform Your Breasts

The choice to enhance, reduce or lift your bustline is a very personal one that can dramatically boost your self-esteem. Before going forward with a procedure, it’s wise to consider all of your options and consult with a skilled surgeon such as Dr. Bruce Genter, about which procedure is right for you. Learn more by reading about the three most common breast enhancements and why each one might be right for you.

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is the process of increasing the breast size and improving the breast shape by placing saline or silicone breast implants in the area below the nipples.

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Breast Cancer Experience Hits Plastic Surgeon’s Family

breast cancer experienceOne plastic surgeon got an unwanted breast cancer experience when he helped his daughter through her treatment, as he told savannahnow.com.

Plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Laughlin had been treating patients who requested breast reconstruction, as well as a host of cosmetic surgeries for more than 25 years when he learned of his own daughter’s breast cancer diagnosis. From his years in practice, he already had an understanding of the type of breast cancer experience a woman can go through, from diagnosis to reconstruction, but this life-changing event gave him a new perspective, he says. Continue reading