We are very excited to have the opportunity to use this part of our webpage to discuss topics in more depth, cover frequently asked questions, and update our site visitors and patients on what’s new in breast and aesthetic surgery.
If you would like us to write about a particular topic in our Blog, feel free to email your request to [email protected]. We will be happy to entertain general questions and ideas. This will give our readers a way to remain anonymous and still be able to have their insightful thoughts and questions broadcast to our site visitors.
In the very near future, we will also offer people interested in our services and mission the opportunity to follow our activity on various social media tools such as Twitter, Google +, and Facebook. We are also open to your suggestions, so if there are forums or places you think we should be, please let us know. We are dedicated to informing and educating the public about their options for breast reconstruction and the other services we offer.
Last week I had the privilege of attending the 10th annual FORCE conference in Orlando. FORCE (Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered) is an organization dedicated to helping individuals and families affected by hereditary breast, ovarian, and other cancers. Such as those who have a BRCA or other genetic mutation which greatly increases their risk […]
The team at Midwest Breast and Aesthetic Surgery is excited to introduce its newest member, Stephanie Rhodebeck! Stephanie is a board-certified Nurse Practitioner who specializes in skincare and facial rejuvenation with peels and injectables. Stephanie obtained her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in nursing from the Ohio State University. Prior to joining the team, Stephanie trained […]
Until you are in the position where you must decide on which type of breast reconstruction you want or what type is best for your body and individual situation, you probably never realized how many options there are. While breast reconstruction can never mimic natural breasts completely, there is an option that comes quite close. […]
Implant rupture is the most common reason for removing a breast implant after a surgery. Moreover, the US Food and Drug Administration recommends follow-up MRI scans for women with breast implants. Yet, recent findings cast doubts on MRI’s ability to capture ruptured implants. This includes scans performed on women who don’t show symptoms. The Discrepancies […]
Breast Reduction is one of the procedures we offer here at Midwest Breast & Aesthetic Surgery. Known as Reduction Mammaplasty, it involves the removal of breast tissue for a youthful and more shapely result. However, women who opt for this procedure are often plagued with issues that affect their bodies. Fat and tissue reduction from […]
Last February was a landmark month for the plastic surgeons at Midwest Breast & Aesthetics Surgery. MBAS sees its third anniversary, as well as the unveiling of a larger office space, making the practice more conducive to serve patients across the cities in Ohio. Dr’s Ergun Kocak and Pankaj Tiwari founded Midwest Breast & Aesthetic […]
On Saturday morning, January 8th, board-certified Dr. Bianca Chin and myself, hosted New Year, New You: Everything to Know about Breast Implants & Augmentation. The special was broadcasted across the internet through Facebook Live, available to patients and virtually anyone who ever wanted to know about Breast Augmentation and Implants. The broadcast was a sixteen-minute […]
The costs of having a BRCA mutation are not only financial, there are also physical and emotional costs. At this time, there are basically three options for a woman who tests positive for a BRCA or other known HBOC (hereditary breast and ovarian cancer) mutation. The first option, is to do nothing. The second is […]
Are you looking for a fresh start to your New Year? Maybe, like many women in the mid-west, you might have considered getting your breasts done. With so many procedures, it can be daunting to find a place to start? Midwest Breast & Aesthetics Surgery is here to help! On Saturday, January 7th at 11:30AM, EST, […]
Women in today’s world are, unfortunately, subjected to all types of shaming. Sometimes it is “Mommy Shaming” for the way they choose to feed their baby, how their baby sleeps, or whether they choose to work or stay at home. Other times it may be “body shaming” for how much they weigh or what […]