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The Correction of the Inverted Nipple

Inversion of the nipple is a common congenital deformity of the breast, which can occur on both sides or just affect one side. It can be a source of embarrassment and shyness, but may go unnoticed to the female patient. An inverted nipple may have different degrees of inversion depending on the amount of tethering… Read More »


10 questions to ask your plastic surgeon

1. Are you board certified in Plastic Surgery? All specialties can do cosmetic surgery, though plastic surgeons are typically trained in both cosmetic and reconstructive surgery with strict guidelines that must be met in order to complete their board certification. Look for certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Trussler did complete a… Read More »


Why Breast Implants Get Hard: Reasons and remedy.

Breast implants are foreign bodies, which in general are inert and unreactive to the human body. Your body does recognize breast implants as foreign and does form a normal capsule around the implant, no matter if it is saline or silicone. The first generation silicone breast implants were designed to rupture early and relied on… Read More »




Secondary Breast Augmentation: Correcting the “Bottomed-Out” Breast Implant.

Breast implants can drop too much. This is referred to as “bottoming-out” and usually gives the appearance of breast sagging. The difference between true breast sagging or ptosis versus bottoming-out, is that nipple position is usually preserved in the bottomed out implant where as in the sagging breast the nipple position is low. The reason… Read More »


What is Buttock augmentation? Review of Techniques

What are the different types of buttock augmentation? Buttock augmentation is becoming a very popular procedure in the United States. There are multiple types of buttock augmentation, which increase the volume and change the shape of the buttock: buttock implants, fat grafting to the buttocks, butt lift with autologous augmentation. Depending on the amount of… Read More »




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Andrew Trussler, MD
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