Breast implants give patients the confidence they need to stand a little taller and even slip into something a bit sexier than they ever thought possible. During your initial consultation with Dr. York Yates, we will go on the type of implant you want— gummy bear, saline, or silicone— along with the placement, and the… Read More »
Watch out the world; there’s a new implant in town: the Ideal Implant. As a new type of saline implant, the Ideal Implant is based on three main principles: design, material, and experience. If you are still considering what type of breast implant you should get from Dr. York Yates, consider looking more into the… Read More »
Yesterday the FDA released an update on the link between ALCL, a rare cancer of the immune system, and breast implants. I have received several emails, calls and concerns from patients who have breast implants asking for my opinion on this which I am always happy to provide What is ALCL? ALCL, breast implant… Read More »
Many women choose to have breast lift surgery done every year for various reasons. A big weight loss, aging, and pregnancies can all affect the shape of your breasts and wanting to get back your youthful chest is possible with a breast lift! But sometimes a lift alone won’t give you your desired results.
Posted on: Jul 7 2014
The popular actress Angelina Jolie made a stirring statement to the whole world when she decided to undergo a double mastectomy and went public about it: every woman has a choice to her own body. Mastectomy is a surgical procedure intended to remove a breast, usually for medical reasons – since Ms. Jolie’s is double… Read More »
The PIP breast implant manufactured by the now defunct French company, Poly Implant Prosthese, has been surrounded by scandal and controversy over the past two years. It was discovered that the company had been fraudulent about their manufacturing process, while manufacturing these implants with non-medical grade silicone. This was at one time the third leading… Read More »
Mentor (the breast implant company) has extended their “feel the difference” rebate program. This was due to expire at the end of the month but has been extended until Dec 31st, 2011. Any patient with saline implants who changes to silicone is eligible for the $250 rebate.
Mentor, the breast implant manufacturer, has a new program called the “Feel the Difference” program. They are offering patients a $250 gift card from American Express ® for switching from saline breast implants to MemoryGel ® silicone breast implants. Silicone breast implants can result in a softer, more natural, breast augmentation result. There are certainly… Read More »
Mentor, the breast implant manufacturer, is offering a $50 American Express ® gift card for referring a friend for breast augmentation. Unfortunately, this only applies to patients with silicone breast implants (MemoryGel ® implants) for patients receiving MemoryGel ® implants. A patient can refer up to 5 friends, for a total of $250. In order for… Read More »
Saline or silicone? This is one of the most difficult decisions for a patient considering breast augmentation. Each patient must decide for themselves what is most important. The lower cost, shorter scar and piece of mind of a saline implant vs. the softness and decreased risk of rippling of a silicone implant. In the near… Read More »