The Use of a Keller Funnel during Breast Augmentation

A Keller Funnel is device commonly used during the insertion of an implant during a breast augmentation procedure. It is a sterile cone shaped device made of a flexible, transparent, polymeric film that can accommodate a variety of implant shapes and sizes.

Debunking Breast Implant Myths

There are many myths surrounding breast augmentation and breast implants.

Implants have to be replaced regularly.

This is not the case at all! While breast implants are prosthetic devices which are not expected to last a patient’s entire lifetime,

Breast Augmentation Lift

Many women consider undergoing a breast lift, to treat sagging or deflated breasts as a result of pregnancy or weight loss. A breast lift can restore firmness and provide a higher position of the breasts to be more aesthetically appealing.

Safety of Breast Implants

While in the past there may have been skepticism regarding the safety of silicone breast implants, clinical trials research supports the safety of silicone implant use in breast augmentation. Even though there is no direct associated risk of having silicone implants,

What is an Auto Augmentation?

Breast auto augmentation surgery is the use of a woman’s own tissue to enhance breast size and shape. There are many woman who desire higher, fuller breasts without having silicone or saline implants.

Paris Breast Rendez-vous

This past weekend, Dr. Kim was invited as a keynote lecturer at the Paris Breast Rendez-Vous Meeting. International experts from around the world were invited to share ideas and innovations in breast surgery through lectures,

Top 3 Things to Know About Breast Augmentation

Why a breast augmentation?

A breast augmentation is a cosmetic procedure that allows women to change the shape and size of their breasts through the use of either saline or silicone implants. This procedure offers the chance for improved aesthetic appearance by creating larger,

BRAscore Revisited

Large datasets are crucial for helping surgeons use data to make decisions by offering insight into what the risk may be of a given complication based on a large population. These databases are invaluable because they give information about what percent of people who have a given procedure are at risk for a given complication,

Breast Reconstruction after Mastectomy

Many women are opting for breast reconstruction after mastectomy, following a cancer diagnosis or the discovery of a hereditary propensity for breast cancer. Many breast reconstruction patients have reported greater satisfaction with the cosmetic outcome and better psychological well-being compared to women who undergo mastectomy without breast reconstruction3.