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Liposuction is a surgical procedure that can remove unwanted pockets of fat deposited in various areas of your body such as abdomen, hips, thighs, and buttocks. It also helps in trimming and reshaping your body into a more balanced form. One reason why liposuction is a popular procedure to sculpt the body is that it removes […]
Patients with large breasts that are disproportionate to their body frames can suffer from neck and shoulder pain. Breast reduction surgery is an effective solution to alleviate discomfort and health issues caused by having sizable breasts. Breast Reduction: How does it work? Breast reduction, or Reduction Mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure that reduces the size […]
Seven months ago I decided to have weight loss surgery and I opted for the minimally invasive procedure called Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy. I had a double mastectomy with DIEP flap reconstruction in December of 2014 and one of my biggest concerns following weight loss surgery was how it would affect my reconstructed breasts. Being that […]
Midwest Breast & Aesthetic Surgery is honored to welcome plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Shunsuke Yoshida, to its team! Dr. Yoshida’s career began a decade ago when he obtained his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati School of Medicine. He would go on to complete a full residency at East Carolina University along with […]
For most women, there is nothing more aesthetically appealing than having prominent and nicely shaped breasts. However, while most of the female population yearns to have their breasts enhanced, a few popular celebrities have sought out the exact opposite through breast reduction. Breast reduction is a surgical procedure that removes extra fat, tissues, and skin […]
Breast Reduction is one of the most popular procedures we offer here at Midwest Breast & Aesthetic Surgery. It’s clinically known as ‘Reduction Mammaplasty’ and involves the removal of tissue from the breast in order to patient decrease the size/ weight of the breast and provide a youthful and more shapely final result. Women […]
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 & 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 closely […]
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 […]