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Breast Implant Safety: How Often Should Your Implants Be Checked?

Breast augmentation is an established and safe surgical procedure. If complications do occur—though statistically unlikely—they tend to be issues with the implants themselves, such as leakages and rippling. While manufactured to be sturdy and stable, breast implants aren’t designed to last for a patient’s entire lifetime, and they are continually subjected to natural wear and …Read More

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COVID-19 Patient Update

UPDATED 3/26/20 In order to keep our patients, staff and community healthy we have implemented several protocols to try and reduce any potential spread of the COVID-19 virus. Waldorf Center precautions – – All elective treatments and non-surgical consults* will need to reschedule to April 13th or later. (*Does not apply to surgeries or surgery …Read More

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BIA-ALCL update for our patients: we feel it is essential that you be aware of the facts.

“Breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) is an uncommon and highly treatable type of lymphoma that can develop around breast implants.  BIA-ALCL occurs most frequently in patients who have breast implants with textured surfaces.  The current lifetime risk of BIA-ALCL is estimated to be between 1in 3817 to 1 in 30,000 women with textured …Read More

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How Do I Pay for Plastic Surgery and Non-Surgical Treatments?

Patients of The Waldorf Center for Plastic Surgery have many options available to them when it comes to paying for plastic surgery and non-surgical treatments.  Those who wish to receive minimally invasive cosmetic procedures like CoolSculpting, Botox, Juvederm, or cosmetic surgery such as a breast augmentation, tummy tuck, face lift and rhinoplasty, have several payment …Read More

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Introducing Emsella

The Waldorf Center Introduces Groundbreaking and Completely Non-Invasive Treatment for Incontinence in Women The Waldorf Center for Plastic Surgery announces the introduction of a first of its kind treatment, BTL EMSELLA™– the only device available to target a woman’s entire pelvic floor region for the treatment of incontinence. This unique technology revolutionizes the women’s intimate health …Read More

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