How do I know I have a skin cancer?

Posted by Dr Lily Vrtik on 27 April 2018
How do I know I have a skin cancer?
Skin cancers develop as a result of transformation of abnormal skin cells into cancerous cells, resulting in a growth...
Posted in: Skin Cancers Skin  

Why are my breasts different?

Posted by Dr Lily Vrtik on 11 February 2018
Why are my breasts different?
Breast asymmetry is very common. There are degrees of asymmetry. A mild different between the two breast can be norma...
Posted in: Breast  

What options are open to me with implant removal?

Posted by Dr Lily Vrtik on 1 November 2017
There are three main options opens to patients who chose to have their implant removed. Option 1: To have them...
Posted in: plastic surgery Breast implants Breast  

Do ruptured breast implants have to be removed?

Posted by Dr Lily Vrtik on 5 October 2017
This is a very good question and one I am often asked by patients with an ultrasound report indicating implant rup...
Posted in: plastic surgery Breast implants Breast  

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Types of Breast Implants - How do I pick?

Posted by Dr Lily Vrtik on 1 June 2019
Types of Breast Implants - How do I pick?

There are different type of breast implants. Implants can be classified by several characteristics: Implant...
Posted in: plastic surgery Breast implants Breast  

What is a BCC (Basal Cell Carcinoma)?

Posted on 1 April 2019
What is a BCC (Basal Cell Carcinoma)?
  BCCs are abnormal, uncontrolled growths or lesions that arise in the skin's basal cells, which line...
Posted in: plastic surgery Skin Cancers Skin  

Breast Implant Related Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma

Posted by Dr Lily Vrtik on 1 February 2019
Breast Implant Related Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma
What is BIA-ALCL? This is a rare form of lymphoma that develops adjacent to breast implants. It is difficult t...
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What is Breast Hypertrophy?

Posted by Dr Lily Vrtik on 9 January 2019
What is Breast Hypertrophy?
Breast hypertrophy is by definition disproportionally large breasts with excessive breast tissue. This may occur as e...
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