Why I rarely perform periareolar (donut) breast lifts anymore

Posted July 01, 2020

After 25 years as a plastic surgeon, I have a much better sense of what does and does not work on a long term basis. Early in my practice, I performed numerous breast augmentations in conjunction with periareolar mastopexies (translation: donut lifts). In a traditional periareolar or cirumareolar mastopexy, a “donut” of skin is removed […]

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Which Procedure Is Best for Your Breast Concerns?

Posted April 07, 2019

So you’ve had a couple of kids and your breasts just don’t look the same anymore. They’ve lost fullness, especially up top, and they’ve gotten smaller and saggier. Can you get away with just a breast augmentation (Fig. 1), or would you benefit from a breast lift too (Fig. 2)? According to Dr. Friedman, a […]

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