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Category: Breast Reduction

New York Times Cosmetic Surgery Statistics Review

Posted On: April 08, 2011 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

In the March 30, 2011 New York times, an article which discusses a decade of boosting breast size, had very interesting statistics, notably, the breast augmentations performed in comparison to facial plastic surgery procedures.  In summary, breast augmentation procedures continue to remain stable or are on the increase, while facial plastic surgery trends have shown […]

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Posted On: March 10, 2011 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Over the next 12 months, another 500 or so women from around the world will be sporting larger breasts-breasts that are perfect as far as the human eye can discern. These women will have one plastic surgeon to thank for their enhanced cleavage, Stuart A. Linder, MD, FACS, who is thought to operate the single […]

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Bottoming Out and Downsizing of the Breast

Posted On: October 29, 2010 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Many women present to me who have had breast implant surgery several years ago throughout the United States.  As many women age, they desire to downsize their breast implants in order to reduce the heaviness of their breasts as well as at times with bottoming out that may incur, they also desire to tighten up […]

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Ultimate Scar Cream, Kelo-Cote

Posted On: July 19, 2010 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

KELO-COTE INFOMERCIAL Because Dr. Linder performs so many surgeries where scarring is such a significant part of his procedures, including mastopexies, breast lifts, abdominoplasties and breast augmentations, reducing the scarring is absolutely a main necessity.  The best product that we have used, certainly in the last decade, has been Kelo-cote or Bio Corneum.  Kelo-cote is […]

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Posted On: June 26, 2010 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients present to my office monthly for breast asymmetry repair. Patients are very unhappy with the appearance of their breasts, especially when one is significantly larger or a different shape and/or size then the other. In fact, breast asymmetry is a very commonly searched term on the internet. In general, breast asymmetry is associated with different size […]

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Posted On: June 22, 2010 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

The Dr. Linder Bra, Trademark TM will be a line of Dr. Linder Products TM coming soon, in the next couple of months.  The Dr. Linder Bra was developed by Dr. Stuart Linder, Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon, who is a specialist in breast surgery, performing and placing over thousands of breast implants.  Having had thousands […]

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Posted On: June 10, 2010 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Because Dr. Linder’s practice is heavily involved with breast surgery, including breast augmentation, breast revision, breast lifts and breast reductions, and having seen countless number of thousands of women and placed thousands and thousands of implants over the last 13 years, women have discussed with him their need for specifics in a bra. The specifics would include compression, comfort, […]

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Kelo-Cote Use After Plastic Surgery

Posted On: May 19, 2010 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

KELO-COTE AND BIOCORNEUM WITH SPF30 Dr. Linder is proud to be an advocate as well as a specialist for Kelo-cote on their recent infomercial now playing throughout the United States.  Because a disproportionately large part of Dr. Linder’s practice is body sculpting women, scarring is an inevitable concern, especially with the multitude of breast lifts […]

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Posted On: April 02, 2010 Author: The Office of Dr. Stuart Linder

Excerpts from The Beverly Hills Shape, The Truth About Plastic Surgery, authored by Dr. Stuart Linder, Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon, page 128. Candidates for Breast Lift. “Candidates for breast lifts usually include women who have a severe amount of sagginess to their breasts. This usually includes those individuals whose nipples are located below the inframammary fold. The inframammary […]

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