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Although extensively studied and FDA approved, breast implants require maintenance. Replacing old implants requires skill and experience, often even more than for the original procedure.
Dr. Orringer believes that every patient is unique and it is his goal to provide individualized, personalized evaluation and treatment accordingly.
Why Revision Surgery Might Be Necessary
As implants age and our bodies change, implant revision might become necessary or desired.
The following are some of the common reasons Dr. Orringer sees patients for breast augmentation r...Read More
Dr. Jay Orringer has decades of experience as a plastic surgeon, and he understands the concerns and questions you might have when considering breast augmentation surgery. This is a major decision, and Dr. Orringer feels that you should take the necessary time to be comfortable with your decision.
Important Information About Breast Implants
The following is a list of important things you should know about breast implant surgery as you do your research.Your choice of plastic surgeon matters: Although breast augmentation is one of the more common cosmetic pro... Read More
Dr. Jay Orringer was privileged to be part of Ms. Angelina Jolie's team in 2013 as she underwent prophylactic mastectomy and breast reconstruction. Five years later, Dr. Orringer is still seeing the impact of Ms. Jolie's decision to share her journey with the public.
More and more women now understand how important it is to assess their risk for breast cancer. Genetic testing has also expanded...Read More
Facing a diagnosis of breast cancer or having a markedly increased risk of developing breast cancer is a frightening situation for any woman. Beginning the education process regarding your treatment options will help you to be more empowered in your decision-making.
Dr. Orringer pictured with the patients at the Spirit of Hope Luncheon & Boutique
On October 9, 2017, Dr. Jay Orringer was honored by The Magnolia Council at the Tower Cancer Research Foundation’s 11th Annual Spirit of Hope Luncheon & Boutique. The Spirit of Hope Award was given in recognition of Dr. Orringer’s dedication over his twenty-eight years in practice to supporting survivors of breast cancer throughout their journey.
As described in the Beverly Hills Courier: “As a testament to Dr. Orringer’s unique understandin...
For nearly thirty years, Dr. Jay Orringer has helped patients achieve their cosmetic goals with plastic surgery. As a nationally recognized surgeon, who has taught, lectured, and published on a variety of topics in aesthetic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Orringer continues to build his practice on the cornerstone of the doctor-patient relationship.
The Personalized Approach
Dr. Orringer understands that each patient is unique and deserving of highly individualized, personalized care. There is no one-size-fits-all solution for plastic surgery. Dr. Orringer takes the time...Read More
Are you dissatisfied with your post-pregnancy body? A mommy makeover may be the right answer for you. Check out our Mommy Makeover FAQ slideshare for answers to the most commonly asked questions. Then call 310-273-1663 to schedule your consultation with Dr. Jay Orringer.
As a woman with larger breasts, you are likely familiar with the discomfort that the added weight of your breasts can place on you both physically and psychologically. The good news is that a breast reduction may be able to alleviate many of the distressing effects of living with large, heavy breasts.
The potential benefits of breast reduction surgery may include:A decrease in chronic neck and back pain Less shoulder pain from the bra strapsEasier and more comfortable engagement in exercise and other physical activities Improved ability to find flattering clothing opt... Read More
We are proud to announce that Dr. Jay S. Orringer was recently featured in the John Wayne Cancer Institute’s Innovations magazine. The profile of Dr. Orringer highlights his dedication to supporting breast cancer survivors and his efforts toward helping to restore wholeness following mastectomy for cancer and in the high-risk setting such as BRCA gene mutations.
In the article, Dr. Orringer gives credit to the great team effort involved in every breast cancer survivor’s journey. The patient is the captain of that team and is supported by Dr. Orringer, the nurses, other healthcare workers, and the entire community of the Providence S...Read More
By the time I met Dr. Orringer, I was already a long-time veteran of mastectomy and breast reconstruction. I first got off the elevator and walked into the warmth of Dr. Orringer’s office two years ago. I was forty-five years old, battle-scarred—physically and metaphorically—and seeking help.
My mother had died a brutal death to ovarian cancer twelve years earlier, when I was thirty-three. Shortly after my mother’s death, I took a cutting-edge blood test and tested positive for the BRCA-1 mutation—which meant I had up to a 90% chance of breast cancer and up to a 50% chance of ovarian cancer.
In 2004, the BRCA t...