I love science. I do a ton of breast surgery. I have 3 kids. I am a huge fan of breastfeeding. How can I advise my patients about breast surgery and the relationship to breastfeeding? I know a lot from being in practice for over a decade, and I read a lot of studies. Every [...]
Fat grafting can’t have pressure on the newly transferred fat until it gets a new blood supply. That likely takes weeks. So what do you do to support the breasts
I know I am not a pediatrician or a family practice doctor, so some may wonder why I am so focused on breastfeeding. I am a surgeon who deals a ton with the breasts and the effects of breastfeeding. I have heard rumblings while being a mom-around-town of women who are choosing not to breastfeed their [...]
For all of my health conscious Bay Area patients, reading a bottle of sunscreen can be scary. It is just like reading the ingredients on the back of ice cream.
wish I had a crystal ball. Every person is different with how their breasts change with pregnancy. Some barely look different, some go up 3 cup sizes. Breastfeeding adds another layer of change. Are you a producer? Do you favor one side? How big do you get? How long do you breastfeed for? If you [...]
Last year in wrote a blog about loving yourself. (think g rated version please). Valentine’s Day. Every year you are in a slightly different frame of mind on this day.
I am a plastic surgeon. I perform a lot of breast augmentations. I am lucky- most of my patients come to me after they have children and are done with breastfeeding. Any surgery to the breast will affect the breast. This seems obvious, but it is something I always discuss with patients, particularly if they [...]
This will be the first in a line of blogs about this topic. Let me start first with an email I received from a patient, ”I just want let you know that I have had no problem breastfeeding. I am grateful that nothing was damaged during my breast lift surgery. Nice job to you!! We had [...]
Many women who come to me have gained weight. Particularly after babies, and the more babies the merrier, you may not be able to get back down to the svelte self you once were. Some of it is from pregnancy- did you overeat? not exercise? Some of it is from young motherhood- are you sleep [...]
I have had many breast cancer patients over the years. When I first meet them, they have just received the diagnosis. “You have cancer.” A week ago they were a healthy