Tag: breast augmentation

Woman lying on bed considering plastic surgery

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Choosing Plastic Surgery

August 7, 2019 by Center for Plastic Surgery

  When deciding to move forward with a plastic surgery procedure such as breast augmentation at our Washington, DC-area practice, it’s important to make sure you’re heading into the process with a clear and healthy mindset. Checking that your motivations are coming from a positive place helps set the stage for a smooth and rewarding… Read more »

Woman working out after recovering from breast augmentation

3 Breast Augmentation Tips for Active Women

  Women with active lifestyles who are considering breast augmentation in the Washington, D.C. area have unique concerns about how breast implants may impact their exercise routines. Running, weight-lifting, or participating in a range of sports are all possible after breast enhancement surgery, but you’ll want to read this blog post to learn some tips… Read more »

Woman contemplating breast augmentation consultation

What Really Happens During a Breast Augmentation Consultation

  The consultation is an essential step in any surgical experience. It’s the time to voice concerns, discuss goals, and create a plan for achieving ideal results. However, many breast augmentation patients here in Washington, D.C., often aren’t sure what actually happens before, during, and after this important appointment. In this blog post, we’ll review… Read more »

How Daily Life Changes After Breast Augmentation In Washington DC

How Daily Life Changes After Breast Augmentation

April 15, 2019 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Women who undergo breast augmentation report significant improvements in the quality of their post-surgical lives. A study by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons showed “very large” jumps in women’s self-reported satisfaction with their bodies after the surgery. But while the big picture improvements are clear, many women considering breast augmentation at our Washington DC… Read more »

What Makes a Mommy Makeover?

April 3, 2014 by Samir S. Rao, MD

If you’re a mom, chances are your body looks somewhat different after having children. Earlier generations may have called stretch marks, loose abdominal muscles, and sagging breasts “badges of motherhood,” but today more women are choosing to combat these changes and restore their bodies more closely to what they looked like before having children. A… Read more »

Refine Your Contours, Define Your Waist, Defy Your Thighs!

April 29, 2014 by Dr. G. Wesley Price

Would you like to bring your body into better proportion before swimsuit season? Changes don’t have to be drastic to bring about an improvement in contour—but our happiest patients often have chosen to make changes in more than one area of their body. The fact is that by combining a few targeted procedures, a skillful,… Read more »

Breast Augmentation + Breast Lift = Breast Shaping

It is completely natural for the appearance of the breasts to change over time. Your breasts can lose their shape and fullness for a variety of reasons: the aging process can create sagging breasts; weight fluctuations can deflate the breasts; breastfeeding and pregnancy can lead to similar changes. If you’re concerned about the size of… Read more »

Is Breast Asymmetry Common?

November 8, 2013 by Center for Plastic Surgery

Yes! In fact, it’s almost universal. Did you know that no two breasts are exactly alike? Breasts vary in size, shape, and nipple position. Even so, the majority of women don’t notice much of a difference, especially under clothing. While a minor amount of asymmetry is common, some women have breasts that are significantly different… Read more »

Get Great Results with Your Breast Augmentation

January 23, 2014 by Dr. G. Wesley Price

Did you know that you can do a lot to make sure you get a great breast augmentation result well before surgery? Researching breast implants and looking at photos online can help you get an idea of what you might like, but the real prep-work begins when you meet with your surgeon. So, what do you… Read more »