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ALCL and breast implants? The rare incidence of Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma

  UPDATED 1/5/18:  Here is the most recently updated facts about ALCL and breast implants: Latest Information on ALCL:  The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently updated the public information on its website about breast implant associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). We have known about this disease for […]

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What Is Capsular Contracture and How Can It Be Prevented?

The most common complication after breast augmentation is indeed capsular contracture. However, this incidence is quite rare—I have only seen it in a small handful of my patients. Most patients do very well without any major problems! That said, as a proponent of “informed consent,” I aim to educate patients […]

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3 Common Breast Augmentation Concerns that Shouldn’t Have You So Concerned

Three of the most common concerns I hear during a breast augmentation consultation include: “I don’t want to look fake.” “I don’t want my results to be obvious.” “I hear surgery is very painful. I’m worried about not being able to exercise afterwards the same way I do now.” In […]

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7th generation breast implants: softer, safer, less ripply!

In the last few months, two new implants have become available, to our patients’ benefit!  In the United States, we previously had the 5th generation of silicone gel breast implants, available from the mid-1990s onward.  Learn about the history of augmenting breasts with all sorts of foreign material to the […]

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Dr. Karen M. Horton, M.D. - Plastic Surgery, Physicians & Surgeons - Medical-M.D., San Francisco, CA