Posts Tagged: breast implants

Considering Plastic Surgery? Discover Why Women Trust Dr. Ringler

Posted on November 29, 2018 by seo@risestrategic.com

See Why More Women Trust Dr. Ringler

 

Getting plastic surgery can be a positive, life-changing experience, if done correctly. But unfortunately, plenty of people have found out the hard way that results greatly vary from one plastic surgeon to the next. Quality workmanship comes from a well-qualified plastic surgeon that listens to your concerns and knows how to help you achieve the outcome you desire.

A Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon

There are several factors to consider before choosing a plastic surgeon. Locating a skilled doctor takes more than a simple Internet search of “plastic surgeons near me.” Dr. Steven Ringler at the…

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The Difference Between Breast Implant Options with Dr. Ringler

Posted on October 10, 2018 by seo@risestrategic.com

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Women no longer have to compromise beauty for security. A new type of breast implant now combines the natural feel of silicone gel, with the peace of mind of saline. The IDEAL IMPLANT® Structured Breast Implant is a technology-driven option that uses an advanced internal structure to provide all the benefits, without the drawbacks, of both saline and silicone implants. As an IDEAL IMPLANT Premier Surgeon, Dr. Steven Ringler is among an exclusive network of board-certified plastic surgeons eligible to offer the IDEAL IMPLANT.

Saline Versus Silicone Implants

Dr. Ringler strives to provide the latest in implant technology to his patients. The revolutionary design…

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The IDEAL IMPLANT®: Breast Implants Using Today’s Technology

Posted on September 20, 2018 by seo@risestrategic.com

Breast Surgery with Dr. Ringler

Women deserve a breast implant option that combines the safety they need with the beauty they desire. For many years, silicone gel or saline implants dominated the plastic surgery industry. These options forced women to choose between the realistic look that comes with silicone gel breast implants, and the peace of mind of saline. But now, a technology-driven “structured implant” is available that provides all the advantages, without the drawbacks, of either silicone gel or saline. IDEAL IMPLANT® Structured Breast Implants, offered by Dr. Steven Ringler, utilize the latest in implant technology to offer a unique,…

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Considering Breast Implants? Learn about the IDEAL IMPLANT®

Posted on September 10, 2018 by seo@risestrategic.com

All breast implants are not created equal. Silicone gel implants are known for their realistic look and feel, but come with the risk of “silent rupture.” Saline implants offer safety and security, but when filled incorrectly may lack the natural feel of breast tissue. For many years, women were forced to choose between the peace of mind that comes with saline and the beauty of silicone gel. Now, women no longer have to compromise. A new, innovative implant is available—IDEAL IMPLANT® Structured Breast Implants offered by Dr. Steven Ringler.

The Latest…

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Breast Implants and Cancer ( BIA-ALCL)

Posted on May 15, 2017 by Dr. Ringler

Cancer and BreastThere have been recent news articles lately from the New York Times and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery on the safety of breast implants, particularly with regards to BIA-ALCL or Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma. This is a very rare type of T-cell lymphoma that can develop following breast implants. The frequency of occurrence of BIA-ALCL is estimated to be at 1 in 300,000 breast implants. This number may change over time with increased reporting.

Who is at risk for developing ALCL?  At this time, the incidence of this cancer is very rare. It primarily has been recognized in women undergoing…

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Reasons for Seeking Breast Surgery

Posted on July 29, 2013 by Dr. Ringler

For those who are comfortable with their breasts, there can be a bit of mystery or misunderstanding as to what prompts women to seek out plastic surgery of the breast. Rarely do women seek out breast surgery because they want very large, or overly conspicuous breasts. Most women are seeking a natural appearance that results in better balance for their figure.

As is often the case in nature, there is frequently a case of too much or too little in terms of breast endowment. For many women seeking breast implants, there have been issues with being flat chested since adolescence. Often these women are…

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Discount Plastic Surgery

Posted on June 4, 2013 by Dr. Ringler

If you’ve ever been tempted to respond to one of those “two breast implants for the price of one” type promotions or travel vacations offering plastic surgery for less, be careful. It is a very rare reputable, board certified plastic surgeon who will offer surgical procedures at a discount to just anyone responding to an ad in the paper or magazine. This is truly a case of “buyer beware” when you see such types of promotions.

What is the problem with wanting to save a little money on a cosmetic surgery procedure? First of all, not everyone seeing an ad is a good surgical candidate. Only after a complete…

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Breast Augmentation May Improve Quality of Life

Posted on July 12, 2012 by Dr. Ringler

A recent study published in the July issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), indicates that women who have had breast augmentation surgery report substantial improvement in several areas of quality of life.

The study, headed by Dr. Colleen McCarthy of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York developed and evaluated a questionnaire, called the
BREAST-Q, ®, which looked at health related quality of life issues following breast implant surgery..

The study examined the satisfaction with the breasts following surgery, psychosocial, sexual and physical well-being and satisfaction with the care that they received. The study involved 41 women who answered the questionnaire six months prior to breast augmentation surgery…

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Summer Breast Lift

Posted on June 16, 2012 by Dr. Ringler

Summer and swimsuit season is the time many women make a decision to do something about breasts that have begun to sag or lose their shape. Fluctuations in weight, pregnancy, the effects of gravity and aging can all impact breast tissue and result in sagging breasts. The delicate elastin in the breasts begins to stretch or sag and does not regain its former shape without surgery. Fortunately, a breast lift can help to reposition breasts that have begun to sag and restore a fuller, more youthful appearance to the breasts.

Women who opt for a breast lift often combine this out-patient procedure with a breast reduction

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Transaxillary Breast Augmentation

Posted on May 23, 2012 by Dr. Ringler

One of the biggest concerns of women in my practice undergoing breast augmentation surgery, besides safety and choosing the best size and type of implant, is whether or not they will have a scar on their breast following the procedure, and if so, how large of a scar.

For many years I have been specializing in a transaxillary approach to breast augmentation which leaves no scar on the breast. A very small incision is made beneath the arm near the armpit through which the implant is inserted, resulting in a very small, well-concealed scar. Typically, within several months following surgery, the scar is no longer visible. This “scarless”…

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