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This patient is in her late 30's  who presented to my office with complaints of breast size smaller than desired as well as having ptosis (drooping). I felt a bilateral breast augmentation with vertical mastopexies would give the patient the best overall results.

The patient did not wish to be too large. However, due to her wide base width I felt she would need a medium sized implant. Due to the patient's very lax and weak tissues, I also recommended textured anatomical implants for maximum stability.

Both implants were Sientra 350cc textured moderate profile classic anatomical cohesive silicone gel implants.  These were placed under the chest muscles and a lollipop breast lift was also performed to tighten her loose skin.  This patient recovered well after surgery and was very happy with her improved appearance.

Provider: Dr. Cohen

Age: 39
Gender: Female

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Dr. Cohen and his staff strongly believes that your health and safety are of the utmost importance. Additionally, Dr. Cohen feels it is his duty to do everything possible to help reduce the strain on the medical system while the coronavirus issue is present.

To that end, we are temporarily closing our office and postponing surgeries as well as in-person visits until further notice. The coronavirus escalation occurred just as Dr. Cohen was transitioning to the office of Dr. Ben Talei, the world renowned facial plastic surgeon, so once in-person examinations begin again, this is where consultations will take place (www.beverlyhillscenter.com).

In the meantime, the office will remain available for any email, telephone, or video inquiries. Additionally, due to cancelling all surgery and in-person appointments, Dr. Cohen has increased availability for virtual consultations. Feel free to schedule a virtual consultation today to explore your future aesthetic surgery options and receive expert recommendations from Dr. Cohen. Please note that 100% of all consultation fees will be donated to the Disaster Philanthropy in order to help those less fortunate during these difficult times (www.DisasterPhilanthropy.org). Stay safe and healthy and Dr. Cohen looks forward to seeing you virtually, and hopefully soon in person!