Tag: breast reconstruction

Young woman after breast reconstruction surgery

Breast Reconstruction Surgery: Implants, Expectations, and More

October 28, 2019 by Center for Plastic Surgery

  Breast reconstruction is a procedure that restores the shape of the breast after a mastectomy. And just as no two women are the same, there are many customizable approaches to this unique procedure. Breast reconstruction surgery can be a delicate, transformative process, and our Washington, D.C., team is proud to have skilled surgeons who… Read more »

CPS Gives Back!

October 11, 2012 by Center for Plastic Surgery

We are proud to announce our Facebook campaign to help breast cancer survivors be better informed about the options for breast reconstruction following mastectomy.  Breast reconstruction is a procedure near and dear to us at CPS.  We’ve performed countless breast reconstructions and have had the pleasure of helping breast cancer survivors reclaim their bodies. Nearly… 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 »

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 »