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"8 weeks out, without a bra!" - Actual Philadelphia Breast Augmentation Patient

Breast Augmentation

The “Go-to-Guy” for Breast Augmentation

Women trust the experience and skill of Dr. Evan Sorokin. Named a Top Doc by Philadelphia Magazine year after year, Dr. Sorokin is also known as “The Breast Doctor” due to his passion for breast enhancement surgery.

Few plastic surgeons will outright tell you that there is a particular procedure on which they focus their practice, as they are afraid of scaring away potential patients interested in other procedures. Dr. Sorokin specifically tells patients that this is the procedure he does the most year after year, and he has developed a patient following from near and far. Dr. Sorokin is regarded by many as the go to guy for breast augmentation not only in Philadelphia and New Jersey, but on the East Coast of the United States. To get help in a caring, pressure-free environment, request a consultation with him today.

Breast Augmentation Before and Afters

Philadelphia Breast Augmentation 9373 - Before and After

Before and After Mentor Moderate Plus 450cc Silicone Breast Implant on the right and 425cc moderate plus silicone breast implant on the left. ...

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Philadelphia Breast Augmentation 8641 - Before and After

This 22 year old patient came in to see Dr. Sorokin for breast enhancement.  On thin patients such as this with little starting breast...

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Philadelphia Breast Augmentation 8772 - Before and After

This patient came to see me looking for breast enhancement. Being petite and having small breasts she felt that she wanted implants but did not want...

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Philadelphia Breast Augmentation 9381 - Before and After

Before and after Natrelle Allergan Silicone Style 15 Breast implants 286cc on the right and 265cc on the left. Technique: Rapid Recovery Breast...

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Philadelphia Breast Augmentation 8655 - Before and After

This young lady came to see me for breast enhancement. My practice Cherry Hill, New Jersey is located just 10 minutes away from Philadelphia and...

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Philadelphia Breast Augmentation 9305 - Before and After

This is a case of a petite young lady who always wanted to have larger breasts. She came to me for breast augmentation. We discussed different options...

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Philadelphia Breast Augmentation 8665 - Before and After

This 30-year-old lady came to see me for breast enhancement. She was tired of feeling too small for her body size and wanted to be a proportional 34C....

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Philadelphia Breast Augmentation 9359 - Before and After

Before and After 305cc Gummy Bear Silicone Sientra Breast Implants from Philadelphia, Cherry Hil and New Jersey patients. Technique: Rapid Recovery...

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Philadelphia Breast Augmentation 8643 - Before and After

This young lady came to see me for breast enhancement hoping to be what I call "proportional plus" meaning not "huge" but more than a C cup.  She...

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Breast Augmentation: Patient 10 - Before and After

These are before and after photos at 6 weeks of one of Dr. Sorokin's breast implant patients.    She is shown before and after placement...

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As you probably know, both silicone gel and saline implants are widely available for most breast augmentation surgeries. For a long time, due to unfounded claims about a link between silicone implants and autoimmune disorders, silicone implants fell out of favor in the United States. After over a decade of research and technological advances, silicone implants were again FDA approved as safe medical devices in 2006. Silicone is fast becoming the preferred implant type for women from New Jersey and Philadelphia choosing breast enlargement with Dr. Sorokin. Silicone gel breast implants have been labeled as safe and effective devices by the FDA, and you can choose to use them with confidence that they are one of the most rigorously studied medical devices in the history of the United States. Dr. Sorokin offers both saline and silicone breast implants however 95% of the implants he places are gummy highly cohesive silicone gel breast implants. If you still have lingering doubts, you can learn more about the safety of silicone gel implants by coming to see Dr. Sorokin, who will show you actual implants and explain the history of these devices.

Recently the FDA added a Black Box Warning to breast implants. The warning includes the following:

  • Breast implants are not considered lifetime devices. The longer people have them, the greater the chances are that they will develop complications, some of which will require more surgery.
  • Breast implants have been associated with the development of a cancer of the immune system called breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). This cancer occurs more commonly in patients with textured breast implants than smooth implants, although rates are not well defined. Some patients have died from BIA-ALCL.
  • Patients receiving breast implants have reported a variety of systemic symptoms such as joint pain, muscle aches, confusion, chronic fatigue, autoimmune diseases and others. Individual patient risk for developing these symptoms has not been well established. Some patients report complete resolution of symptoms when the implants are removed without replacement.

Proper education about the pros and cons of these implants is thus imperative, so that each patient can make the right personal decision about whether to proceed. Dr. Sorokin believes in thorough patient education, and his office staff is a tremendous resource in assisting patients both before and after surgery.

But implant material isn’t the only decision you’ll need to make about breast augmentation. Some women who visit Delaware Valley Plastic Surgery struggle to select the “right” breast implant size, while others want to learn more about surgical methods that can help minimize the appearance of scarring. Most women who come to see Dr. Sorokin are not looking for huge breasts. While some ladies indeed want to have the Dolly Parton appearance, most are looking for enhanced, body proportionally sized breasts. They are tired of having to buy mismatched bathing suit sizes and wearing padded bras all of the time and want to have breasts that are proportionately sized to their body. During your consultation, Dr. Sorokin will set aside time to answer every question, address every concern, and review your goals so that you can choose a carefully tailored augmentation procedure for pleasing results in the months and years to come.

Experience counts. It’s really that simple. In this area you won’t find another surgeon who does as many primary breast augmentations. Dr. Sorokin’s most frequent surgery is breast augmentation. Patients from all over the country travel to Southern New Jersey for a surgical experience like no other. He performs breast enhancement and breast revisional surgeries hundreds of times every year. When Dr. Sorokin initially started his practice, he performed the full range of plastic surgery procedures from cleft lips to hand surgery to wound reconstruction to breast and body. However, he quickly realized that his true passion was for breast enhancement and has directed his energies toward breast procedures. Patients throughout New Jersey, Philadelphia, Delaware, and New York looking for breast enhancement have responded well to a surgeon that focuses mainly on the breast and have been willing to drive hours for this specialization. Word has spread and now it is very common for patients to come to us from New York, Maryland, Delaware and recently we have been catering even to an international clientele.

When looking for a breast surgeon, why wouldn’t you choose a doctor that focuses on breast surgery? Dr. Sorokin’s breast augmentation patients appreciate that he offers the following advantages:

  • Rapid recovery breast augmentation
  • Use of newest surgical technology including Keller Funnels
  • Extensive experience with both saline and silicone gel implants including Gummy Bear implants
  • Access to all available breast implants
  • Up to 4 different incision location options
  • Low complication rates

Certifications and Credentials

  • Board certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery
  • Member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
  • Member of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
  • Private out of hospital American Association of Accredited Surgical Facilities AAAASF suite
  • State of New Jersey licensed Ambulatory Surgical Center on site
  • Anesthesia care by board certified physician anesthesiologists
  • In-depth care following surgery

Dr. Sorokin maintains high standards for his practice and is committed to helping you achieve a beautiful result. He makes an effort to perform surgery in a way that helps you get back to living your life and enjoying your new look in a matter of days, not weeks. He has received training from esteemed surgeons across the country and refined his technique through thousands of successful surgeries. While no surgeon can guarantee a result without risks of complications, Dr. Sorokin will do all he can to minimize your risks. While he wishes he could eliminate all risk, of course this is impossible. Still, when complications do occur you will have a partner in healing whose goal is to get you through whatever bumps in the road may come your way.

Still not quite sure why so many women choose breast enlargement with Dr. Sorokin? We invite you to come experience the quality care the practice has to offer when you request a consultation online or call the office to schedule your appointment. Our New Jersey office is conveniently located in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, with easy access from Highway 295.


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Breast Augmentation FAQs

Women considering breast augmentation at the New Jersey practice of Dr. Evan Sorokin often have many questions. There are numerous considerations and decisions, and you can feel overwhelmed even if you’ve done your research. To help streamline the process, Dr. Sorokin has compiled a list of answers to the questions he hears most frequently about breast augmentation.

To find out how breast augmentation can enhance your look, request a consultation with Dr. Sorokin, a board-certified plastic surgeon and breast specialist, at our office in Cherry Hill, or you can call (856) 797-0202.

Silicone and saline are the 2 implant materials approved for use in the United States today. Dr. Sorokin tells patients that neither saline or silicone implants are better, but that they each have different advantages. Though some doctors and patients may express a preference for one or the other, they each come with their own set of pros and cons. At his practice in New Jersey, Dr. Sorokin’s breast augmentation patients can choose from both materials.

Silicone implants are approved for patients age 22 and older. Today’s cohesive gel implants are not liquid silicone, but rather a thick gel. Implants have improved significantly over the years, but are still not perfect, and every patient considering them needs to understand the pros and cons. To monitor the implants for leaks, an ultrasound is recommended at year 5 and then every 2 years after this to monitor for leaks. Patients must understand that these are not lifelong devices. Implants will eventually fail and need to be replaced. This requires future additional surgery. Since silicone implants were once taken off the market in the U.S., they continue to have what Dr. Sorokin calls a “safety stigma” despite their approval by the FDA. Research and clinical experience that has proven them to be safe.  Silicone breast implants carry a diminished risk of complications such as rippling, and most people believe that silicone implants feel and look more natural than saline. Dr. Sorokin uses a device called the Keller Funnel to place silicone implants, which he believes reduces the risk of capsular contracture and allows for a smaller incision.

Saline implants are filled with a sterile saltwater solution. In the event of a rupture, the saline is naturally absorbed by the body. This is why safety has never been a concern with saline breast implants. They are approved for patients age 18 and older. Saline implants are empty when inserted into the body and filled once they’re in place, enabling the surgeon to use a smaller incision than would be needed for silicone. Since they are filled with saline after insertion rather than coming in standard prefilled sizes, this also allows more flexibility to adjust for small asymmetries from one side to the other.

Learn more about the differences between saline vs silicone vs structured implants.

Individual recovery experiences can vary depending on the patient, the implant placement, what type of implant is used, and a number of other factors. Rapid recovery techniques allow a very quick return to normal activities. Dr. Sorokin does not want patients to stay in bed after breast augmentation. Rather, light activity is encouraged immediately. Arm exercises are prescribed to start on the day of surgery. Dr. Sorokin encourages patients to be up and about the very next day. A prescription for pain medication will be provided, but most patients are able to switch to over-the-counter drugs within a few days. Women who work office jobs usually feel well enough to return to work after 3 or 4 days. For jobs such as hair stylist or nurse, he recommends taking off about a week. Light exercise at the gym is allowed as early as 10 days after Dr. Sorokin clears each patient’s healing progress.

Dr. Sorokin uses rapid recovery techniques for women receiving breast implants at his New Jersey practice. Using specialized equipment and techniques, he’s able to reduce pain and downtime. Dr. Sorokin acknowledges that different people have different pain tolerances, and while 95% of his patients recover quickly, some people take a little bit longer.

We give clear written instructions to all of our patients, and it’s a good idea to plan ahead and review these instructions. Stocking your refrigerator with some ready-to-eat meals and arranging for help with kids, chores, and pets is a great idea! Specialized bras, implant positioning straps, special breast implant pillows and other ideas described on various websites on the Internet are not advised and, in fact, can hurt recovery more than help. Before following recommendations of unknown websites, please discuss with our office.

Dr. Sorokin’s breast augmentation patients consistently tell us how much easier their recovery was than they expected it to be.

All surgery carries some degree of risk. Though they are minimal, surgical risks include infection, bleeding, and excessive scarring. Risks that are specific to breast augmentation include:

  • Capsular contracture

This occurs when scar tissue develops around the implant, causing the breasts to feel hard and uncomfortable.

  • Deflation

No implant is a life-long device. These devices are manmade and may leak. If one lives long enough with the implant, the implant may need to be replaced.

  • Rippling

More often seen in subglandular (over-the-muscle) placement, rippling occurs when the outline of the implant is visible through the breast skin, causing a rippled appearance.

  • “Bottoming out”

This term refers to what happens when the implant migrates lower than its original placement, gradually falling beneath the breast crease.

  • Asymmetry

No woman has two identical breasts. Dr. Sorokin tells patients that they are “more like sisters than twins.” During different times of the month and throughout the years, breasts change size and shape. Dr. Sorokin guarantees all patients that some degree of asymmetry will exist and that a small amount of asymmetry is normal and expected. Larger degrees of asymmetry occasionally do occur during the healing process and could require revision.

  • Breast Implant Illness

This is a relatively new term that has been fueled more by social media than by scientific research. In fact there is no medical disease called Breast Implant Illness (BII) and yet as plastic surgeons we have seen women who come in with vague systemic complaints such as fatigue, rashes, hair loss, brain fog, muscle pains among other complaints. Indeed there are groups of women who believe their implants may be creating these symptoms and decide to get their implants removed. Dr. Sorokin believes that indeed some patients may not tolerate implants of any sort, be it a breast implant or a knee replacement and believes women should be aware of this phenomenon and if vague symptoms begin they should come in for an evaluation.

  • Lymphoma

A rare breast implant associated lymphoma, known as Breast Implant Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) has been associated with the capsule (scar tissue) around the implant.  In August of 2020, the FDA noted 733 worldwide confirmed cases of BIA-ALCL and 36 known deaths. Thus, this is a serious, but rare side effect. The implant most often associated with this disease has been removed from the market. It was a textured breast implant. Nearly all implants used in the United States at this time are smooth walled implants.

  • Black Box Warning

A Black Box Warning (a very strong warning that the FDA issues) explains to all patients and prospective patients:

  • Breast Implants are not considered lifetime devices;
  • The chance of developing complications increases over time;
  • Some complications will require more surgery;
  • Breast implants have been associated with the development of a cancer of the immune system called breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL)

Not necessarily. Though it’s no secret that pregnancy and childbirth can alter a woman’s body, the results of a breast augmentation are not usually affected by the process. If you’re considering breast enlargement in New Jersey and you’d like to breastfeed in the future, be sure to discuss your plans with Dr. Sorokin prior to your surgery. He will customize your procedure to maximize the possibility of future breastfeeding. The presence of implants will not affect the safety or quality of the milk you produce.

Yes. If you’re considering a breast augmentation and another procedure, such as a tummy tuck, it might be prudent to combine the procedures into a single surgery. Combining surgeries saves you time in the long run and maximizes results. Consult with Dr. Sorokin to decide whether a combinational procedure is right for you. Also, you can learn more about your options by visiting Dr. Sorokin’s main site or liposuction specialty site.

This is an impossible question to answer. Scarring is a normal result of injury to the skin. Dr. Sorokin uses the techniques of plastic surgery to minimize scarring. In addition, he recommends scar-care products in order to optimize the results of the scar as it matures during the year after surgery. Unfortunately every person scars differently and some people scar worse than others. The scar is a tradeoff for the improvement in size and shape of the breast. Following aftercare instructions and keeping the incision clean and dry during recovery will also help to minimize scarring. Read more about incisions on our surgical technique page.

Yes. Most women have breasts that are naturally asymmetrical, although the degree can vary. Severe cases of asymmetry can be improved with breast implants. Some breasts are not only asymmetrical in size but also asymmetrical in shape and will require a breast lift in order to obtain better symmetry. Depending on the patient’s needs and wishes, Dr. Sorokin can insert different sizes of implants and possibly combine this with a breast lift to ensure that both the size and shape of the breasts match up after surgery.

Size can be a difficult thing to decide upon. Many women know they want to be “larger” but are unsure as to how large they want to be. Dr. Sorokin is often told to “make me proportional” or “just a little bigger,” however these are vague descriptions and more precise understanding is essential prior to surgery. Throughout the U.S. one of the most common regrets is “I wish I had gone bigger.” Dr. Sorokin suggests several methods to determine what size implant you will get:

  • Sizers: We have a system of sizer implants which simulates in a bra what different sized implants will look like.
  • Photos: Dr. Sorokin recommends that patients find some photographs of breasts that they love. This can come from our photo gallery or it can come from a magazine such as Playboy™. The adage “a picture is worth a thousand words” is true here as showing Dr. Sorokin a photo of breasts you like helps him understand your goals. He can never replicate any given photograph in terms of size or shape, but it certainly helps guide him through the implant selection process.
  • Computer Simulation Imaging – Dr. Sorokin used computer imaging to simulate results for many years. It always bothered him that the software carried a disclaimer on the printouts that said “not intended to simulate results.” If it wasn’t intended to simulate results, what was the point? The problem is that these simulations are notoriously inaccurate and Dr. Sorokin does not feel comfortable with patients relying on these simulations. Thus, he no longer offers this.

Cost is an important consideration and we like to present a clear explanation of all costs and fees to our patients. Our package costs for breast implants is around $7000. We may not be the lowest price in the area, but we certainly aren’t the highest either. We do however believe we offer a great value. For instance, all blood work and testing is done in house to save you not only extra cost, but extra time! Costs included in the package price that we will give each patient include:

  • Surgeon’s fee (based on what needs to be done and how long it will take)
  • Anesthesia fee (based on amount of time)
  • Facility fee (operating room, nurses, sterile and non-sterile supplies)
  • Implants (price varies for saline versus silicone)
  • Preoperative labs and testing
  • Postoperative bras and dressings

Additional costs include the cost of postoperative prescriptions, medical clearance if needed, mammograms if needed, and pathology testing of any breast tissue sent to an outside pathologist for testing if needed.

While we can give you an estimation on the telephone of what average procedure costs are, it is much better to meet with you so that after consultation and examination exact costs can be determined. We can then discuss options including financing and answer any questions that you may have.

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