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How does aging affect a woman's breasts?

Stuart A. Linder, MD
Plastic Surgery
One thing that many people do not realize is that not only do breasts sag downward over time, they also spread out. This produces a wide or "matronly looking" breast, especially when viewed from the side. A younger woman's breast usually has a round and shapely appearance from the side. But many women, as they reach middle age, lose this youthful appearance and cease wearing any clothing that exposes the outside edges of their breasts.
The Beverly Hills Shape: The Truth About Plastic Surgery

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The Beverly Hills Shape: The Truth About Plastic Surgery

Dr. Stuart Linder, Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, specializes in body sculpting procedures in the heart of Beverly Hills, California. Dr. Linder has trained in both general...

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