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#1 Oct 7, 2008
does anyone recomend a good surgeon for breast implants? jonesboro or memphis?
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Russellville, AR

#2 Oct 7, 2008
Dr. Love in Little Rock does great work and costs less than the only good one in Jonesboro does. Also, the consultation is free. I know several women who have gone to him, and they are all very happy with the results.
concerned

United States

#3 Oct 7, 2008
I would like to give out some info to all the women who are thinking about implants. DON'T DO IT!! My mother had implants put in the 1970's and both have ruptured. One was done through a recent mammogram. Over the years, both saline and silicone shells will break down naturally through a body's chemistry. Your breasts over time will develop a "capsule" which is scar tissue around the breast implant. It will get VERY hard after about 20 yrs and will no longer feel and look natural. It is also very hard to see and detect breast cancers around these implants once you have had them in for a long period of time because of all of the scar tissue. My mother wishes that she never got them put in and tells every woman considering to look at the long term effects very seriously. They will look good now, but in 20 yrs, will you have insurance to remove them if needed? She didn't. At the way the insurance companies are doing, they probably will refuse to pay for a removal if needed. In mother's case, if they open her up, they will have to remove sticky silicone goop that has now traveled in other areas of her chest. When she had the mammogram done, it broke the "capsule" that was holding the goop in place. Now it is continuously traveling. Accept your breasts for what they are. YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL WITH WHAT GOD GAVE YOU! Don't jeopardize your health when you get to be retirement age over something like this ladies. PLEASE!
avg_guy

Georgetown, TX

#4 Oct 7, 2008
I think breast implants seem trashy for the most part. Yes, they are nice to look at while drinking at a bar. However, I get a natural feeling telling me that I would never want to settle with a woman having a mindset of that. I think implants might fall into the same category as the tattoo on the lower back. Not happenin.

2 cents-
that guy

United States

#5 Oct 7, 2008
i'd like to feel some fake boobs. i've only to play with real ones :(

if anyone has some fakes ones they're proud of and wants to let me feel them just give me a call
guest

United States

#6 Oct 7, 2008
seriuosly any input on a good doctor would be much Appreciated.
DDD

Bossier City, LA

#7 Oct 7, 2008
If you want a boob job I would highly recommend you do NOT go to any doctors around here.
my job

Jonesboro, AR

#8 Oct 7, 2008
Karen Quigley in Memphis did my mine, my cousin's and my brother's girlfriend and they all turned out great. I had mine done four years ago and they are still awesome. They tell you up front to expect to replace them in 10-15 years because that is the average that they last. I wish I had done it sooner. Saline is alot safer than silicone. There is a risk with everything but if it makes you feel better about yourself, then give it a try.
good dr

Alexander, AR

#9 Oct 7, 2008
Dr Talbert in Little Rock is amazing!!! Very nice and does and awesome job!!!!!
guest

United States

#10 Oct 7, 2008
I think we are leaning more towards a dr in memphis. karen quigley any other suggested doctors?
Love Mine

Bossier City, LA

#11 Oct 7, 2008
I've had mine (320 cc, round, smooth, saline, sub-muscular, and inserter through the areola) for a year and a half and I'm very pleased! They look very natural; I was very small before so the 320 cc put me right at a full C. People who didn't know me before the surgery can never tell that they are not real. I think it all depends on the size that's right for you. I went back and forth between two MDs one in Little Rock and Dr. Hiers. I was VERY nervous about Dr Hiers because I heard mixed reviews; well my friend had hers done by Dr. Heirs and I LOVED THEM! So I went with her. She makes you feel so comfortable and I got "boob fever" and thought I wanted a bigger size and Dr. Hiers was very honest with me and said that she couldn't guarantee that they would look natural (funny since they are fake!!! but oh, well!). I listened to her and went for a smaller size and I am very happy with the results. You do have to get them replaced in 10 years or so.
ha ha ha

Bossier City, LA

#12 Oct 7, 2008
stay in jonesboro and use moaski or mowaski or ever how he spells it. He is amazing he did mine, and in fairly priced. Mine are semetrical and well the hubby says they hafta be the best set of tits he has ever seen. I love him. You don't have to drive to memphis he is right here!
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United States

#13 Oct 7, 2008
Love Mine wrote:
I've had mine (320 cc, round, smooth, saline, sub-muscular, and inserter through the areola) for a year and a half and I'm very pleased! They look very natural; I was very small before so the 320 cc put me right at a full C. People who didn't know me before the surgery can never tell that they are not real. I think it all depends on the size that's right for you. I went back and forth between two MDs one in Little Rock and Dr. Hiers. I was VERY nervous about Dr Hiers because I heard mixed reviews; well my friend had hers done by Dr. Heirs and I LOVED THEM! So I went with her. She makes you feel so comfortable and I got "boob fever" and thought I wanted a bigger size and Dr. Hiers was very honest with me and said that she couldn't guarantee that they would look natural (funny since they are fake!!! but oh, well!). I listened to her and went for a smaller size and I am very happy with the results. You do have to get them replaced in 10 years or so.
What are you going to do when you are in your late 60' or early 70's and are in need of a replacement and you have other health issues to deal with much less have the money for replacements? Would it all be worth it then? Do you not feel that a replacement every 10 yrs will build up more scar tissue and possible deformation or is that too difficult and disturbing to think about because right now it is all about looking good for the moment. Any surgery you have you will need help from family members, especially when you get older. Is this fair to them to have to worry about the side effects of this surgery? People, wake up and see the long-term effects from all of this! I promise to anyone considering this surgery, you will regret having it done as the years go by. My mother did as she is in her late 60's now.
Yes

Dayton, OH

#14 Oct 8, 2008
I also went to Dr.Talbert in little rock and he did a great job!
my job

Jonesboro, AR

#15 Oct 8, 2008
First of all, I live life now and take very good care of myself. none of know if we will even be around in our 60's and if so, I plan on having a retirement plan and health insurance. I know a woman in her 60's that has the silicone implants for years and she has no problems with them at all. She still looks great. It's a personal decision most of us do not take lightly. It's your decision not to get implants but do not push your opinion on the rest of us. The surgery is not that radical and scar tissue can be removed as well as the implants. I researched the subject for years before I made my decision and I encourage others to do the same. It does not change who you are but it does give you a little extra confidence knowing that you are more well proportioned.
guest

United States

#16 Oct 8, 2008
stiil wandering about a good surgeon in memphis? I googled it and a bunch of junk came up very few names. i hate to just pick a name out of a hat. Are the doctors in jonesboro not any good i have heard both ways.
do it

Bossier City, LA

#17 Oct 8, 2008
Dr. Goshorn in Memphis is excellent!
Love Mine

Bossier City, LA

#18 Oct 18, 2008
reply wrote:
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What are you going to do when you are in your late 60' or early 70's and are in need of a replacement and you have other health issues to deal with much less have the money for replacements? Would it all be worth it then? Do you not feel that a replacement every 10 yrs will build up more scar tissue and possible deformation or is that too difficult and disturbing to think about because right now it is all about looking good for the moment. Any surgery you have you will need help from family members, especially when you get older. Is this fair to them to have to worry about the side effects of this surgery? People, wake up and see the long-term effects from all of this! I promise to anyone considering this surgery, you will regret having it done as the years go by. My mother did as she is in her late 60's now.
Wow, it's amazing how people can be so judging when it fact it's not there place. I understand you would like to warn people about what could happen. And I do empathize with you about your mother; however, it is a personal decision to have any type of surgery...whether cosmetic or not...the question that started this thread was if anyone knew a good surgeon so I am confused why you are even posting. I am a highly educated woman and I know all of the side effects of the surgery that I DECIDED to endure. I do not need you to accuse me of being self-centered and only worrying about my outer appearance and not taking into consideration of how I will be effecting my family when I am 70. I'm pretty sure I will not have my implants then...they are removable you know...and if you don't use silicone then if they are damaged your body absorbs the saline which is completely safe for the human body. Ever consider that that's why someone can choose saline? And about the scar tissue issue of having them removed...scar tissue around an implant will always develop; however, you have to follow MD directions of massaging the implants so the scar tissue (capsule) is formed with much space around the implant so that it can move and will not harden. In some cases (extreme damage to your chest, such as, car accident) can tear the scar capsule and that is when it can harden around the implant. When that occurs most MDs have a policy that they will go in and correct the damage free of charge, if the implant bursts then the implant company will replace the implant free of charge! I also know of many MDs in our area (Memphis and Little Rock) who preform Pro-Bono surgeries to remove implants that are unwanted and can cause harm like the older silicone implants. When you have to replace the implant in 10 or so years the MDs are talented enough to remove and insert the implant through the original entry space to minimize the scar tissue and again the massaging will help with the formation of a tight scar capsule. Unless you have personally had the surgery and conducted extensive research how can anyone comment on a good surgeon?
me too

Russellville, AR

#19 Oct 18, 2008
I had implants placed almost a year ago in Nashville, Tn. Dr. Mary Gingrass is amazing. She was very honest about realistic results. Mine look very natural, not fake at all. People don't even know I had them unless I say so.

I know that there are risks with this procedure, as there are with any type of surgery. My advice is to do your homework. Research the doctor, type of implant, risks vs. benefits, etc.

I am more than thrilled with the outcome, and wish I would have done it years earlier!
curious

Lake Charles, LA

#20 Oct 18, 2008
I used Dr. Moweski (every how you spell it I am not looking it up). He did a fabulous job, it is here in Jboro, and mine look awesome. I recommend him, do some research b4 you decide.

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