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When Dallas women come in to see Dr. Hopkins of J. Hopkins Plastic Surgery for breast augmentation, they’re often curious about how long their breast implants will last and whether or not they will need to be replaced in the future. This is a great question since most women like to get the most benefits as possible from their investment....

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Dr. Hopkins of J. Hopkins Plastic Surgery in Dallas sees many potential breast augmentation patients every year. Whether women are interested in this procedure because they are tired of their uneven silhouette, or they want to get back to their former curves after the effects of aging and breastfeeding have taken their toll, breast augmentation can work wonders for women - both physically and emotionally....

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Breast augmentation is the most popular plastic surgery procedure, and it continues to maintain its spot at number one year after year. The popularity of this procedure is somewhat due to the fact that it is able to be customized to fit the needs of any woman, with any concern about their breasts....

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Dallas women who are tired of the way their breasts look, whether they’re deflated after one or more pregnancies, or mere age has gotten the best of them, look to Dr. Hopkins of J. Hopkins Plastic Surgery to restore their breasts to their previous, youthful-looking glory through breast augmentation....

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Dr. Hopkins has worked with so many Dallas women on breast procedures during his 20 years of surgical experience, that he understands that women getting a breast augmentation are hoping to see their final results quickly. But as a plastic surgeon, it’s Dr. Hopkins’ duty to provide you with honest and accurate information. And the truth is, it could take up to 3 months for you to see your final surgical results after you’ve had implants placed....

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Many Dallas women don’t realize it, but when you choose to have a breast augmentation, one of the decisions you’ll need to make is whether to have them placed subglandularly (under your breast tissue, but over your chest muscle) or submuscularly (under both your breast tissue and chest muscle). Each has its own set of advantages, as well as specific reasons why women choose one option over the other. Keep reading to learn more....

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Are you a Dallas woman who wishes her bust was a little bit bigger, and that her breasts weren’t heading south? It’s common for women to experience some degree of breast ptosis, the medical term for breast sagging, especially after pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss, and just as a general body change that comes from aging. But is a breast augmentation the answer to both problems?...

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