Monthly Archives: March 2017

Dr. Cohen eases minds regarding FDA report on BIA-ALCL

Wednesday, March 22 – Dr. Michael Cohen was invited by WMARtv to explain the recent FDA report on BIA-ALCL.  CLICK to see video Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) is  an extremely rare and highly treatable type of lymphatic cancer that can develop around breast implants (not a cancer of the breast tissue). The …

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exercising after tummy tuck

6 Steps to Working Out After a Tummy Tuck

Abdominoplasty, also known as a tummy tuck, is a procedure that reduces and removes the amount of unwanted fat and skin in the abdominal area. It also tightens the abdominal muscles when necessary. Getting a tummy tuck is an exciting process. After the surgery and the first few weeks of recovery, you will likely see …

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tummy tucks pregnancy

What You Need To Know About Tummy Tucks Before & After Pregnancy

Pregnancy is one of the most defining times in the lives of both expecting parents. Amidst the excitement of picking out names and clothes and nursery furniture, it is natural to experience a moderate amount of stress. You worry about eating right, staying healthy and maintaining a safe exercise routine. You worry about work, how …

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exercise after breast augmentation

Essential Advice for Exercising After Breast Augmentation

You feel fabulous. You look incredible. Your breast augmentation is everything you hoped it would be. But how do you resume exercising after your procedure? Rest assured, exercise is perfectly safe after a breast augmentation. In fact, your doctor will encourage you to resume exercising within a few weeks of your surgery. For the best …

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choosing breast implant size

4 Things You Need to Know About Choosing a Breast Implant Size

There are a thousand reasons why someone would choose . After a baby, pregnancy, your breasts may begin to droop or sag or may suddenly become asymmetrical. Perhaps you have recently lost a significant amount of weight, and suddenly your breasts are not sitting where they were before. Maybe you have always struggled with asymmetrical …

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