Tag Archive: breast implants scottsdale

To Lift or Not to Lift? Breast Lifts Explained.

February 11, 2015 6:00 pm Published by

Dr. Patti Flint highlights the various surgical options available to help restore volume and shape to sagging or deflated breasts. Often using a combination of procedures, such as breast lift with breast augmentation, Dr. Flint is able to provide women with more shapely, youthful-looking breasts. Consulting with a board certified plastic surgeon, like Dr. Flint, can help determine if your... Read the full post

Ashley’s Real Patient Testimonial

February 2, 2015 6:55 pm Published by

Dr. Patti Flint discusses concerns patients often have regarding pain management after surgery. Ashley, a recent patient of Dr. Flint, describes her experience and the minimal amount of discomfort she felt post-surgery.

No Pain, No Gain! …Not True With Breast Augmentation

September 8, 2014 8:19 pm Published by

Each patient I consult with regarding breast augmentation has a hurdle or two they must overcome to allow them to undergo the procedure and obtain the results they desire. For some, it’s the post-operative recovery restrictions, for others, time off of work, but for many, it is the concern over post-operative pain. At this point in my career, I have... Read the full post

A Better Breast Augmentation

March 29, 2013 5:18 pm Published by

I prefer a natural approach to breast augmentation. What does this mean? It may mean that bigger is not necessarily better. I believe the goal of the procedure should be to create aesthetically appealing breasts; while size is one factor in this approach, it is not the only consideration. I believe that any breast augmentation should be in proportion to a... Read the full post

Creating Natural Breast Augmentation Results

August 6, 2012 1:38 pm Published by

As a plastic surgeon who has performed thousands of cosmetic procedures, I’ve formed some definite opinions about how to create natural-looking surgical results. I always strive for the most aesthetically pleasing outcome for any procedure, and for my breast augmentation patients in particular, I have some strong preferences about how to best achieve a pleasing, long-lasting result. During my career... Read the full post

Which Breast Implant Is Right for Me?

April 25, 2012 3:03 pm Published by

Once you have made the decision that you would like to pursue breast augmentation, it is important to learn about your implant options. The amount of information available can be overwhelming, so I will try to condense it here for quick reference. I will include an explanation of the preferences I have and why I have them. You should be... Read the full post

Saline Versus Silicone Breast Implants: Is It Really a Dilemma?

April 24, 2012 8:17 pm Published by

When women consult with me about breast augmentation, they frequently have many questions about what type of implants I prefer. In some cases, patients present with fairly significant biases for or against one type of implant. When I query them about the basis of their preferences, they sometimes quote information that is not quite true or is blatantly mythical. In... Read the full post

New Breast Implant Product

April 24, 2012 5:17 pm Published by

I attended an educational seminar in Las Vegas recently regarding the use of acellular dermal matrix (ADM) in implant revision breast surgery. Sounds complicated, but bear with me. This is exciting and revolutionary stuff! In some women, scar tissue develops around their breast implants following breast augmentation. This is called a capsular contracture. It can make the breast feel firm, distort... Read the full post

Breast Implants in Athletes

April 23, 2012 8:24 pm Published by

Many athletic women are lean and consequently have small breasts. It is common for these women to feel as if breast implants might negatively impact their performance or enjoyment of their sport. However, that is a myth. In fact, there have been studies done that show there is no reduction in chest muscle strength or function. Modestly sized implants do... Read the full post