Breast Augmentation News 2022
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2022 Breast Augmentation News Archives
- Basic Information on Life After Mastectomy Lacking, Finds Survey, ASAPS, October 17, 2022 - A new national survey finds that many breast reconstruction patients are lacking in basic information on life after a mastectomy.
- Low Long-Term Breast Cancer Risk Found After Nipple-Sparing Mastectomy, ASAPS, September 28, 2022 - Nipple-sparing mastectomy achieves low long-term recurrent breast cancer risk in addition to good cosmetic outcomes, study says.
- Microneedling Found to Improve Appearance of Surgical Scars, ASAPS, August 30, 2022 - Microneedling can improve the final appearance of surgical scars especially if performed early, says a new study.
- More Women Can Undergo Nipple-Sparing Mastectomy with Batwing Mastopexy, ASAPS, August 30, 2022 - Study finds that nipple-sparing techniques during breast reconstruction after mastectomy can provide women with better outcomes.
- Cosmetic Surgery Surged After Pandemic, Survey Finds, ASAPS, August 22, 2022 - A new national survey found a surge cosmetic surgery following the COVID-19 pandemic with three-quarters of practices seeing increases.
- Breast Reconstruction Satisfaction Varies With Quality of Life Ratings, ASAPS, June 29, 2022 - Perception of breast reconstruction outcomes may be affected by satisfaction in other quality of life areas, says a new study.
- Aesthetic Society Releases Annual Statistics Revealing Significant Increases, ASAPS, April 11, 2022 - Annual Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Statistics reveal a significant increase for face, breast and body procedures in 2021.
- Resuming Exercise Soon After Breast Augmentation Found to Boost Satisfaction, ASPS, January 3, 2022 - Engaging in exercise shortly after breast augmentation surgery does not increase complications or compromise scar quality, a new study reports.