What to Expect After Breast Implant Surgery

When I call my breast augmentation patients the day after surgery or examine them at their first post-op visit, they want to know one thing: Is this normal?

They phrase that question in many different ways:

Is it normal for my implants to be so high?
Will my implants soften up and squish together?
Is it okay that one of my breasts is up higher than the other?
Is it too soon to be judging my final shape and size?
Did you give me the implant size I asked for? 

My answer to all of the above: Yes!

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World Record Holding Plastic Surgeon Remains Top Cosmetic Breast Surgeon in Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA – Dr. Ted Eisenberg  is the first and only surgeon in the Philadelphia region to dedicate his practice entirely to cosmetic breast surgery. After performing more than 7,000 breast augmentation surgery procedures in his lifetime, Dr. Eisenberg has become recognized as a leading authority in his industry. Despite his practice’s record-breaking procedures, Dr. Eisenberg attributes his success to his caring and knowledgeable staff. He promises that women will leave his office with accurate and honest information, happy that they took time to get their questions answered....

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After Breast Augmentation: When Can I Sleep on My Side?

There’s a myth that after breast augmentation surgery, you’ll need to sleep on your back for a week or longer. Many of my patients believe it, and they are worried that they won’t be able to get to sleep, because they normally sleep on their side or their stomach. They are not alone. According to the Better Sleep Council, fewer than 15 percent of people prefer to sleep on their back. Let’s bust this myth: You don’t have to sleep on your back after breast augmentation surgery. You don’t have to stay up all night to make sure you don’t doze off and turn over onto your stomach. You can sleep...

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The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic – at Work and at Home

How did COVID-19 affect my professional and my personal life? Dr. Ted Eisenberg wrote about his experience in the Sept. issue of the Journal of the POMA.  On Tuesday, March 17, as I was seeing prospective cosmetic breast surgery patients in my Philadelphia office, I got a call from Nazareth Hospital: Starting immediately, all elective cosmetic breast surgeries were suspended. The restart date was unknown. The hospital wanted to maintain capacity and supplies for the anticipated increase in COVID-19 patients. This meant I had to notify all of the women who were scheduled for surgery for the...

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