The Holidays Are Best Time To Schedule A Breast Augmentation Consultation

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on November 5, 2019

When the end of the year rolls around, there’s a lot more going on than just holiday parties and get-togethers. Many people take a little extra time to reflect and get their internal ‘houses’ in order to prepare for a new year.

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Breast Augmentation

Chronic Back Pain? Maybe You Should Consider Breast Reduction

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on September 10, 2019

From childhood, girls see media images of large-breasted women being touted as “the” way to look if you want to be attractive. Maybe you’ve been complimented on the size of your breasts, or even told “You’re so lucky!” by women with smaller breasts. 

Inside though, all you can think of are the drawbacks. Many women with larger-than-average breasts deal with severe back pain which, left untreated, can become debilitating. Estimates show that women with extremely large breasts number at least 1 million in the United States, and these women are more prone to chronic pain than their smaller-chested counterparts.

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Breast reduction

4 Reasons Women Are Getting Breast Augmentation In 2019

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on September 3, 2019

We always want to feel and look our best. But if you aren’t confident with your body shape, that can seem almost impossible. 

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Breast Augmentation, Breast lift

The Changing Stigma Surrounding Cosmetic Surgery in America

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on June 18, 2019

Cosmetic surgery and body modification treatments have had a bad rap.

However, that’s all starting to change. With the advent of the internet and the rise of influencers like the Kardashians, much of that stigma is being stripped away.

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Topics: Skin care, Plastic Surgery

How In Shape Do I Need To Be For A Tummy Tuck?

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on June 11, 2019

If you have ever given birth or lost a considerable amount of weight, you might have developed sagging skin and other tissue around your abdomen.

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Topics: Plastic Surgery

How To Restore Your Breast Shape After Breastfeeding

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on March 19, 2019

Making the choice to breastfeed is a huge decision for a mother, but it’s recognized by medical professionals across the globe as one of the best decisions you can make for your baby. For example, breastfeeding has been shown to help both mother and baby by:

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Breast Augmentation, Breast lift

3 Ways To Permanently Remove Stubborn Belly Fat

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on January 22, 2019

Nothing can destroy your confidence like fat rolls – especially on your stomach. You may find yourself continuously wearing loose-fitting shirts or putting off buying a new bathing suit. Your favorite clothes stay buried in the back of your closet. You avoid looking in the mirror as much as possible.

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Body Contouring, Liposuction, tummy tuck

6 Ways To Love The Way You Look In 2019

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on January 15, 2019

As we welcome in the new year, we’re all too aware that another year has passed. That means more fine lines, more wrinkles, more stress, and maybe a few extra pounds. You might find yourself leaving your confidence in 2018, too!

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Topics: Skin care, Plastic Surgery, Laser Hair Removal, Breast Augmentation, Body Contouring, Injectables, Breast lift, Liposuction, tummy tuck, Spa

Gynecomastia Surgery: What To Expect

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on March 27, 2018

Gynecomastia is a condition in which breast tissue in males becomes abnormally enlarged. It can affect both boys and adult men. In fact, a third of the world’s male population suffers from gynecomastia at one point or another.

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Gynecomastia

What Is Gynecomastia?

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on March 13, 2018


Gynecomastia is a condition in which men develop excess breast tissue. The ondition is the result of hormone imbalances in which the body produces too much estrogen, too little androgen, or both. The condition is usually harmless, but it is a source of great stigma for men and can indicate more serious illnesses.

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Gynecomastia