That’s one of the most common questions that a women considering breast augmentation asks herself and her surgeon, and is particularly relevant when a woman has some degree of ptosis (droopiness) of the breasts. It is a very valid question, as not performing a lift (mastopexy) with an augmentation where it’s indicated can result […]

By |September 15th, 2015|Breast Surgery|0 Comments

Which Plane?

Breast Augmentation pocket planes explained:

A lot of women considering and researching breast augmentation are still confused about what the different pocket planes into which breast implants can be placed and, in particular, which pocket plane will best suit their body.

In essence, there are two pocket planes that a breast implant can be put into: OVER […]

By |September 15th, 2015|Breast Surgery|0 Comments

Going Miles for Smiles

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By |July 25th, 2014|On the Goh|0 Comments

No Returns

I learned a valuable lesson this week about consistency and harmony which has relevant application to plastic surgery.

Browsing through a furniture store on a spare sunday afternoon, I spotted in the distant corner of the store a beautiful console unit (table with drawers that’s usually placed behind a sofa). Instantly, a broad beam of […]

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Take a Big Breast

A while ago, a breast reduction was scheduled to be performed. The patient had troublesome G-cup breasts that were continually the source of her neck ache, back pain, as well as been a hindrance in general. She could not find clothes and underwear that could fit easily. Physical activities proved difficult due to the […]

By |June 17th, 2013|Breast Surgery|Comments Off