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Dr. Phillip Chang Introduces New Ways to Decrease Scars and Potential Complications For Breast Augmentations in Loudoun and Fairfax Virginia
Date:5/22/2010

Dr. Phillip Chang of Aesthetica Cosmetic Surgery & Laser Center stays at the forefront of cosmetic breast surgery by being one of the first local plastic surgeons to use the Keller Funnel to minimize scars and implant trauma. Dr. Chang has perfected the Keller Funnel technique for both Breast Augmentation and Breast Lift procedures. Dr. Chang has offices in Loudoun and Fairfax Counties in Northern Virginia.

(PRWEB) May 22, 2010 -- Ten years ago, Dr. Chang introduced and taught his Transaxillary Breast Augmentation (underarm) technique to minimize breast augmentation scars. Last year, he was one of the first local plastic surgeons to offer the On-Q Pain Pump to his patients to minimize their postoperative pain. This year, Dr. Chang was one of the first local plastic surgeons to regularly use the Keller Funnel to minimize the length of scars in his breast surgery patients, as well as minimize the risk of trauma and bacterial infections that may cause implant ruptures and scarring around the implant, respectively. The Keller Funnel device was introduced at the Annual Conference of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) in 2009.

Breast Augmentation, also known as Breast Enlargement, is one of the most common surgical procedures performed by Dr. Chang. According to the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), Breast Augmentation was the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure in the United States in 2008. Many patients decide to have a breast augmentation prior to having children. But the majority of patients decide to have a breast augmentation after having children as part
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