Breast Augmentation

b2ap3_thumbnail_shutterstock_565403683.jpgA New York district judge has ruled that Springfield Medical Aesthetic, PC of Roslyn, New York, violated the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) when it denied breast-reduction surgery to three HIV-positive men in 2015. The lawsuit was initially filed by Mark Milano, and two other patients joined suit shortly after.

U.S. District Judge Analisa Torres ruled that the doctors at Advanced Cosmetic Surgery of New York failed to adequately evaluate the medical facts of each individual case when they declined to perform surgery on each of the three patients involved in the suit due to their HIV diagnosis.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_shutterstock_714361729.jpgChoosing to get breast implants can be a life-changing decision, but once you’ve made the decision to get them, many patients simply don’t know what to do next. Should you get saline? Silicone? "Gummy bear"? What size? And what if the implants are too small once they’re in - or too big? There are so many questions, but there’s no need to stress! Here’s a helpful guide to assist you in your breast implant decision-making process.

b2ap3_thumbnail_shutterstock_142266430.jpgIf you’ve ever wondered exactly what goes on during a breast augmentation, you now have a chance to watch a live recording of the procedure, courtesy of popular beauty blogger Ashley Devonna. Devonna, a resident of Fort Worth, Texas, recently made headlines when she decided to livestream her breast augmentation surgery on her Facebook page for her thousands of followers.

b2ap3_thumbnail_breast-feeding1.jpgHave you ever considered breast implants, but held off because you hoped to breastfeed your baby someday? Have you already gotten implants, but aren’t sure if breastfeeding is safe- or even possible? A recent study may offer some hope to patients considering nursing with implants. We asked plastic surgeon Dr. Ryan Mitchell for some clarification.

b2ap3_thumbnail_gummy2.jpgBreast implant surgery is the number one plastic surgery procedure in the US year after year. But while this procedure is popular with patients from all walks of life, one size fits all definitely does not apply. Today, there are more implant options than ever before- but more options aren’t always better. We spoke to plastic surgeon Dr. Ryan Mitchell of Henderson, NV about the differences in breast implants- and how those differences really affect your results.

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