Breast Procedures

Breast
Augmentation

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I.D.E.A.L.
Breast Lift

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I.D.E.A.L. Breast Lift
With Implants

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Breast
Asymmetry

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Breast
Reduction

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Dr. Ted Eisenberg will perform your surgery in the safety of the operating room at Nazareth Hospital in Philadelphia, one of the region’s top facilities, with sensitive and competent registered nurses and certified anesthesiologists.

We’re ready when you are. Your cosmetic breast surgery can often be scheduled within a week or two, because that’s all we do. To schedule your free consultation, please call us at 1-888-SHAPE-12.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Will my breasts look for feel fake?
A: When breast implants are placed behind the pectoral muscle, the muscle blunts the part of the implant that peeks out of a tank top, bra or bathing suit, creating a more natural look. If someone touches your breast, he or she will feel your own breast tissue for the most part. It is common to be able to feel the implant on the side or underneath the breast, where there is little or no muscle coverage. The thinner you are, the easier it is to feel the implants, but it seems to be a nonissue for most women.

Q:  Do breast implants have to be replaced every 10 years?
A: Breast implants only need to be replaced if they deflate (saline implants) or rupture (silicone implants), and they’re not fragile. Through the years, manufacturers have increased the strength of the implant shell; in my experience, only about 3 percent or less of implants break. Dr. Ted Eisenberg recently removed saline implants from a woman who wanted to go bigger after 23 years, and her implants looked the same as the day he put them in.

Q:  I can’t sleep on my back. What am I going to do after surgery?
A: You don’t have to sleep on your back or sit up all night after breast augmentation, breast lift or reduction surgery. You can sleep any way you want from the night of surgery on, including on your stomach, if you are comfortable enough. You won’t pop or displace your breast implants by sleeping on them; they are extremely durable.

Q:  I’m on a diet. Should I finish losing weight before I have breast augmentation surgery?
A: When you lose weight, it not only reduces the size of your waist and thighs, but it might also reduce the size of your breasts – sometimes dramatically – leaving you with saggy breasts and stretched skin. If you are planning to lose 10% or more of your body weight, it makes sense to wait until you have reached your goal before you have breast augmentation surgery. In order to choose breast implants that will make you proportional, you need to know your true starting size.

To read Dr. Eisenberg’s Breast Blog, click here.

 

“Dr. Eisenberg and his staff, the anesthesiologist, the nurses, and all of the others who assisted in my care, both before and after surgery, were very professional, courteous, warm and compassionate. Never before have I felt so well taken care of. I would highly recommend Nazareth Hospital and all who participated in my surgical procedure, particularly Dr. Eisenberg.” – Deborah

 

Each year, about 1.5 million women around the world have breast augmentation surgery, while another 500,000 plus have breast reductions and breast lifts. Above are the top five countries for each procedure. *Colombia, France, India and Japan came in close behind China.

Each year, about 1.5 million women around the world have breast enlargement surgery, while another 500,000-plus have breast reductions and breast lifts. Above are the top five countries for each procedure. For augmentation and lift, Colombia, France, India and Japan came in close behind China.

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