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Pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding are incredibly rewarding, but they may take a toll on your body. The unfortunate truth is that many women struggle to regain their pre-pregnancy figures after having children. Multiple pregnancies tend to make it even harder to bounce back.
Often, diet and exercise aren’t enough to correct the issues you’re experiencing as a new mother, including lost breast volume, loose skin, excess fat, and muscle laxity of the abdominal area. That’s where a mommy makeover may be beneficial. This individualized combination of plastic surgery procedures may sign...Read More
Giving birth and losing a significant amount of weight are both milestones worth celebrating. Unfortunately, these events may be accompanied by some unwelcome physical changes. In many cases, these changes, such as loose skin and stretched abdominal muscles, can best be improved through surgical intervention.
Dr. Jay Orringer is a double-board certified plastic surgeon who understands how pregnancy and weight loss affect the body. He offers a variety of body contouring procedures that may help you achieve the figure you desire.
Common Issues after Pregnancy and Weight Loss
Have you give...Read More
Disproportionately large, heavy breasts can cause physical discomfort and interfere with your daily life. Even if you don’t experience the uncomfortable symptoms of macromastia, large breasts can make you feel self-conscious. A breast reduction might improve symptoms associated with your large heavy breasts, in addition to helping you to feel more proportionate.
Breast reduction surgery removes excess skin, fat, and breast tissue to achieve smaller, more proportionate breasts. If you are considering breast reduction, please schedule an individualized consultation with doubl...Read More
Breast implants, our bodies, and our personal preferences all have something in common: they change over time. Breast implants are not lifetime devices, and many women who undergo breast augmentation may want or need a secondary procedure called breast augmentation revision. Double-board certified surgeon, Dr. Jay Orringer, has been performing breast revision surgery — sometimes referred to as implant replacement or implant exchange — for 30 years.
One reason women undergo this procedure is to change the feel and appearance of their implants. Patients who once opted for saline impl...Read More
Plastic surgery procedures may yield beautiful, natural results regardless of the season in which they are performed. At The Renaissance Medical Center for Aesthetic Surgery, Inc, Dr. Jay Orringer helps his patients work toward their aesthetic goals year-round.
However, when planning your breast reduction, breast augmentation revision, tummy tuck, or other procedure, it is important to consider the benefits that come with each season. Winter surgery offers p...Read More
Abdominoplasty, also commonly referred to as a tummy tuck, is a popular surgical procedure that can potentially improve the appearance of your abdomen. A tummy tuck removes excess skin and fat, while usually tightening loose, separated muscles.
Dr. Jay Orringer is a double-board certified plastic surgeon who has been helping patients achieve their cosmetic goals for 30 years. He believes that having some understanding of what to expect often helps a patient feel less anxious and better prepared.
Your Tummy Tuck Procedure
You will be told ahead of time when an...Read More
Ms. Janet Denlinger, Founding Member, Dr. Jay Orringer, Board Member Ms. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Honoree, Rod Rohrich, Founding Member, Ms. Morgan Hare, Founding Member
The Saks Fifth Avenue Key to the Cure event in New York City, on October 18, 2018, was a truly memorable evening. The event celebrated the beautiful spirit, resilience, and benevolence of an American icon and an extraordinary individual, Julia Louis-Dreyfus. In honor of Julia, Saks Fifth Avenue made a generous contribution to the AiRS Foundation that will be a “game-changer” for the charity. AiRS is a resource and support system for women requiring mastec...Read More
Many women do not fully understand the breast reconstruction options that are available to them after a cancer diagnosis. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, only 23 percent of women know all of their reconstruction options. Furthermore, only 19 percent of women understand how the timing of their cancer treatment, and decision to undergo reconstruction, can affect their options for reconstruction and their results.
A team approach to breast cancer is extremely important. By creating her team of medical professionals including medical and surgical oncologists...Read More
Despite your best efforts to improve the appearance of your stomach through diet and exercise, you may look in the mirror and find that your abdominal region does not have the appearance that you desire. Excess abdominal skin and fat, and muscle separation are common concerns for many people which can be caused by factors such as pregnancy, weight fluctuation, and genetics. A tummy tuck may be in your best interest if you are not seeing the results that you want from your diet and exercise program.
This checklist can help you navigate the steps invo...Read More
Women make the initial decision to undergo breast augmentation surgery for a variety of personal reasons. Breast augmentation is a procedure that is performed to increase breast size or restore lost volume, ideally allowing a woman to feel more confident and comfortable with her appearance.
Implants are not permanent and often require replacement in the course of one’s life. In addition, over time, the breast and implant appearance change and may look less aesthetic. Weight gain with aging may make larger implants desirable to maintain a balanced appearance. Occasionally, a woman may choose to have smaller implants placed.