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5 out of 5 stars Breast Lift with Implants
Had 35 year old implants that were suspected of having ruptured. Lived for many years with sadly hanging, hard (from encapsulation) and disfigured breasts. I met with 3 plastic surgeons. My husband and I knew immediately that Dr Attkiss was the one. The surgery went very well and I feel completely transformed. I cannot believe how amazing they look and feel. I would definitely recommend Dr...
5 out of 5 stars Breast Lift
Waited way too long to have this done. If I knew it would be such a great experience with such a fantastic outcome-I never would have waited so long. I feel and look 10 years younger (pre-baby boobs)! So easy to fit in normal bras and clothes. Dr. Keith Attkiss was my plastic surgeon and he was fantastic. Very talented and skillful surgeon.
Dr. Attkiss is a Harvard, Columbia and Yale-trained Plastic Surgeon specializing for more than 15 years in breast and body cosmetic surgery. His goal is to use the safest, simplest and most effective procedure to reshape, restore and rejuvenate in a way that is natural and suits your other features.
Awards & Recognition
Top Doctor, NY Metro Area, 2007 - 2015
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: Harvard University
Medical: MD, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Post-Medical School TrainingFellowships:
Hand and Microsurgery, Buncke Clinic, San Francisco, CA
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Yale New Haven Medical Center
Treatments offered at Keith J. Attkiss, MD, FACS
Most popular answers from Keith J. Attkiss, MD
Yes, if everything looks good and feels good at 15 days, you have nothing to worry about. Enjoy your results. READ MORE
You had an infection that drained spontaneously - it happens occasionally. It looks like you were treated properly and are healing fine. That side may... READ MORE
Permanent cleavage - best style implant? I found the pic online it shows something similar to what I'm hoping to achieve (Photo)
The photo you provide is an odd and unusual result and not a realistic goal in my opinion. Trying to get small implants to nearly touch in the middle... READ MORE
Do you recommend cohesive "shaped" implants for tuberous breasts in order to maintain a sloped upper pole? Why/why not? (photo)
If you have a true tuberous breast, the real issue is the tightness and underdevelopment of the lower portion of the breast. That means it is not... READ MORE
The scar never actually attaches to the implant itself (unless the implant has a textured surface, perhaps), but sometimes attachments form between... READ MORE
Modified TT with shorter incision, floating BB, but full diastasis repair using longer tools? Or standard TT? (photo)
Floating the belly button down can work for a few cases where the belly button is high and there isn't much extra skin overall. From the photos, it... READ MORE
It might be frustrating to hear, but your result at 5 weeks from one procedure appears excellent given the degree of asymmetry you had. It is... READ MORE
Is it normal to notice blood accumulating on steri strips covering inframammary incisions 4 days after implant surgery? (Photo)
There is almost always some dried blood on the steristrips from a bit of oozing from the skin a few days after surgery. Your surgeon will probably... READ MORE
I had a small infection on my tummy tuck incision and it has healed well but it is still very hard underneath the skin.
It would be helpful to see a photo, but areas that get infected are more inflamed and take longer to soften. Even the normal part of the scar can take... READ MORE
There is no way to slowly deflate your saline implant. Not sure why you want to, but it is not safe to do it yourself, and rarely is there a reason... READ MORE
Before and After Photos by Dr. Attkiss
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