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Augmentation Scottsdale & Phoenix, AZ

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Breast Augmentation Scottsdale
Breast Augmentation Scottsdale
Breast Augmentation Scottsdale
Breast Augmentation Scottsdale

Top Provider of Breast Augmentation

As a top provider of breast augmentations in Scottsdale & Phoenix, Dr. Malek sees many prospective patients that elect to have a Phoenix breast augmentation when they wish to improve the shape or enhance their natural breasts. In other cases, time or pregnancy, and breastfeeding have taken their toll, leaving the breast tissue stretched, sagging, or what were once plump, firm breasts now appearing aged and deflated. Some patients have the procedure in conjunction with a breast lift, to restore a more youthful look after the skin and tissue have been stretched.

Dr. Malik: Beautiful results aren't the exception, They're the Rule

A drawback of earlier augmentation technology was that many results looked artificial, lacked symmetry and alignment, or were not properly proportioned. Dr. Malek assures you that, with modern techniques and technology, beautiful, natural looking results are the standard. As a Board Certified, Top plastic surgeon, he is familiar with the latest, most precise, durable and aesthetic technology, materials, and procedures available.

Due to the stunning results he routinely achieves in breast augmentation surgeries and other cosmetic procedures, Dr. Malek has garnered a reputation as being one of the best plastic surgeons and one of the best providers of breast augmentation Phoenix & Scottsdale have to offer.

Dr. Malek represents a new generation of Board Certified plastic surgeons who merge safe, effective medical procedures with artistry and an eye for the graceful human form. Under his care, your breasts can achieve a full, fresh, natural beauty, in perfect balance and harmony with your form.

Breast Augmentation Before & After

Breast Augmentation Phoenix Before & After
Phoenix Breast Augmentation Before & After
Breast Augmentation Scottsdale Before & After

Why Get Breast Augmentation?

You have many choices when it comes to deciding on your optimum course of action and it depends to some degree on what you’d like done and why. From double mastectomies to childbirth, there are many reasons breasts are augmented. One of your core decisions, made with the guidance of your doctor, is what type of implant is best for you.

Women can often be disappointed with the size and / or volume of their breasts. A breast augmentation can provide the desired change in a woman’s breasts by improving the volume and positioning. The treatment results in a more attractive appearance that can help foster high self-confidence.

As one of the top providers of breast augmentation Phoenix has to offer, Dr. Marc Malek will not rest until you have achieved the cosmetic goals you are striving to attain.

Why women choose to have a breast augmentation procedure:

Breast augmentation procedures are done to increase the size and proportions of a woman’s breasts. There are many reasons why women choose to have the breast augmentation procedure, some of which include:

  • Enlarging the breasts to make the body more proportional.
  • Reshaping and enlarging breasts that have lost their shape due to breast feeding or the natural aging process.
  • Improve breast symmetry; balancing the appearance of breasts that differ in size or shape.
  • Reshaping and enlarging the breasts to improve your look in and out of clothes thus increasing self-confidence.

Types of Breast Implants

Saline breast implant: These implants are a shell filled with saline salt water. They are highly adjustable, less expensive, and offer more choices in volume. They can also be implanted through a shorter incision and smaller scar. These implants may be ideal for larger women who require more implant coverage.

Silicone breast implants: Silicone gel feels very similar to natural breast tissue, with softness and give. These implants are extremely popular with patients of all dimensions, and often considered the best option for women with smaller frames. Silicone implants may require periodic examination via ultrasound or MRI screening to monitor their condition.

Form-Stable implants: These implants are silicone based and crafted to maintain their shape, with a slightly firmer feel than other implants. Shaped to match the natural breast shape, these implants are often chosen for a more natural look.

Round breast implants: Used for their fuller appearance, their consistent shape makes these implants extremely stable.

Smooth breast implants: The softest feeling implant with the most natural movement and bounce. Dr. Malek will advise you if this implant is right for you.

The Breast Augmentation Procedure

A breast augmentation can be delivered in the form of implants. They can be produced from silicone or saline material. They are placed through incisions, which are made in the most inconspicuous locations, disguising any scars. Dr. Malek is dedicated to his patients’ well-being and will use the most comfortable treatment techniques to deliver the right result.

Breast implants are not considered lifetime devices. You will likely undergo implant removal with or without replacement over the course of your life; therefore, breast augmentation implant surgery requires careful consideration.

Candidates for Breast Augmentation in Phoenix & Scottsdale

As Dr. Malek is one of the top providers of breast augmentation Scottsdale & Phoenix have to offer, is extremely adept at assessing what type of implant is correct for you. He will thoroughly consult with you to understand your unique needs and aesthetic goals, as well as the status of your health to determine whether or not you are an ideal candidate for breast augmentation surgery. Typically, breast augmentation candidates must be:

  • 18 years of age or older for saline implants, and 22 years of age or older for silicone implants.
  • In good general health.
  • Able to undergo surgery and able to undergo IV sedation or general anesthesia.
  • Not currently pregnant or breastfeeding, or planning to become pregnant or start breastfeeding during recovery from surgery.
  • Free of cancer, infection, immune deficiencies, and any other diseases or conditions that could compromise recovery.
  • Able to take recovery time off from work, school, or other obligations (patients with tight schedules should consider our 24-hour recovery augmentation procedure).
  • Committed to attending follow-up appointments to ensure proper healing.

Emotional characteristics of breast augmentation candidates:

  • A desire to achieve symmetry between the breasts.
  • A desire to achieve larger breasts.
  • A desire to broaden clothing options.
  • A desire to reconstruct the bust line following a mastectomy.
  • A desire to refine the bust line so that it better complements the hips and overall figure.
  • A desire to feel more confident in general about one's appearance.
  • Confidence in the decision to undergo breast augmentation.

Recovery from Breast Augmentation

All breast augmentation procedures are performed in our Scottsdale surgical center as an outpatient procedure, so patients will have the freedom of returning home after the breast augmentation surgery.

You will be required to wear a sports bra for a minimum of six weeks following your breast augmentation surgery and your sutures will be removed in 7-10 days following your surgery. Your initial recovery will usually last several days, and your breasts may remain swollen, sore and sensitive to physical contact for a month or longer.

Prior to your breast augmentation, Dr. Malek will prescribe necessary medication to assist with any minor discomfort. Typically, patients are able to return to work approximately one week after breast augmentation surgery.

Most patients are able to perform light exercise, not involving the chest muscles, two weeks after their surgical procedure. Heavier exercise and full activity may resume after 6 weeks. Although results from surgery are evident immediately, residual swelling may last for several weeks. The breasts should take their final shape and position within two to six months.

Choose Dr. Malek for Breast Augmentation

If you have been considering scheduling a breast augmentation procedure and would like to learn more about your treatment options, contact our Scottsdale office today. Board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Malek will allow for a comprehensive consultation to discuss all of the treatments available to improve your look and achieve your aesthetic goals.

Breast augmentation provided by Dr. Malek is among the most popular procedures in the Scottsdale area.

Our Breast Implant Facts:

MemoryGelTM Breast Implants Saline Breast Implants
FDA Approved FDA Approved
Filled with Mentor® proprietary silicone gel MemoryGelTM holds together uniformly while retaining the natural give that resembles breast tissue. Filled with a saltwater solution Similar to the fluid that makes up most of the human body; slightly firmer feel.
Set fill volume Flexible fill volume Allows the surgeon to adjust the volume during the procedure.
Three projection options Moderate, Moderate Plus, High Profile. Three projection options Moderate, Moderate Plus, High Profile.
Two shell surfaces available smooth and textured. Two shell surfaces available smooth and textured.
Slightly larger incision size with various options for incision placement. Smaller incision size with various options for incision placement.
Cost is higher than saline implants. Cost is lower than silicone gel implants.
FDA recommends follow-up breast screenings. Follow-up breast screenings not required.
Covered by Mentor®'s standard or Enhanced Advantage Limited Warranty and lifetime replacement policy. Covered by Mentor®'s standard or Enhanced Advantage Limited Warranty and lifetime replacement policy.

If you are looking for a proud new figure to call your own, a breast augmentation can certainly help you reach your goal. Dr. Malek will personalized his treatment plan based around your expectations and needs.

To evaluate your candidacy for breast augmentation, please call us today and schedule a complimentary consultation.

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Practice Policy Update Regarding COVID-19


I am very pleased to inform you that we have been able to secure antibody testing for our patients in order to allow for elective procedures in compliance with AZ Dept of Health and Governor Ducey’s Executive order. We hope everyone understands the test is mandatory per the order.

Antibody tests are extremely scarce and range in cost from $ 75-400. Still, the mass majority are not FDA approved as of yet so we are using local experience by medical practices handling COVID-19 to ascertain the quality of the test we have chosen for our patients.

The test examines two Antibodies.

IgM-indicates a recent infection within 30 days.

IgG indicates conversion from a distant infection meaning you potentially have immunity.

Test Results:

If you test positive for IgM then your surgery will be delayed at least 30 days until clear by a retest.

Although the practice would like to provide these tests at no charge, due to the elective nature of our procedures we will not receive any from the Health Department or any government agency. I encourage all of our patients who are able to seek their own testing either at free community locations or through their practitioner if covered by insurance. Otherwise, we can provide an antibody test to all preop patients at our own cost of purchase ($75). Some may require a second test depending on the initial result. Once again it is a mandate per the health dept to obtain testing prior to any elective procedure at any and all surgical facilities in Arizona.

I and the entire staff at Preferred Plastic Surgery will continue to be devoted to your safety as our utmost priority.

Please review our practice protocol below for our reopening. I believe it is beyond comprehensive and likely to set the new standard of patient flow and care during these challenging times. It will reassure any and all of your concerns regarding your safety and reduction of all unnecessary exposure during your time in our facility.


Scottsdale outpatient surgery

Peri-Operative Standardization and Maintenance for COVID-19 Safety Policy and Procedural Protocols.


The facility is a single Operative suite with one pre-operative bay and 2 PACU bays.

  • the facility will be used 2 days a week
  • only one procedure is performed at a time and there will be strict limitation of traffic to anyone except the patient and staff directly in contact and actively managing that patient
  • no known or Covid-19 positively tested patients will be treated at the facility
  • staff at the facility will be COVID -19 antibody tested on a routine basis as well as closely monitored for any signs of symptoms through a COVID-19 specific questionnaire
  • daily temperature checks will be performed on all staff and patients prior to entry into the facility
  • PPE supplies are available and a greater than 14 day supply will be in stock at all times
  • the required inventory list is in place for all PPE and is maintained daily for reorders and necessary fulfillment
  • this supply will not be reliant upon county or state supplies
  • all staff will wear PPE at all times while in the facility
  • PPE is changed between treating different patients


  • Covid-19 Questionnaire involving all the following are asked of all patients staff and others prior to all visits whether preop, operative or post-op.
  • Symptoms of fever, cough, fatigue, shortness of breath or tightens when breathing, gastrointestinal upset or diarrhea, loss of sense of taste or smell.
  • Exposure to other household members or coworkers who are sick or report any of the above symptoms
  • the questionnaire also applied to staff


  • surgeries are performed in the order of priority as in regard to pain discomfort, interference with routine lifestyle, or where delay leads to the need of potentially more complicated procedures


  • In addition to necessary and appropriate pre-op medical clearance additional COVID-19 identification and prevention requirements are introduced to every patient prior to being accepted for surgery.
  • Questionnaire involving all the following are performed at each and all visits whether preop, operative, or post-op.
  • Symptoms of fever, cough, fatigue, shortness of breath or tightens when breathing, gastrointestinal upset or diarrhea, loss of sense of taste or smell.
  • Exposure to other household members or coworkers who are sick or report any of the above symptoms
  • Strict limitation in social contacts and distancing 21 days prior to the procedure.
  • This limits the patient to contact only with family members of the same household. No travel within 4 weeks, and if working it must be either from home or in a strictly controlled setting which provides more than adequate distancing practices
  • An on-site in office Covid antibody screening test is performed 10 days prior to the procedure (IgG, IgM), the result is obtained on-site within 15 minutes
  • Repeat testing is performed the day of surgery in pre-op
  • Patient is further instructed on strict social distancing in the time leading up to surgery including avoiding all public spaces except for work and home
  • Subsequent careful monitoring of the patient for any newly developing symptoms of possible Covid-19 from that preop visit leading up to the day of surgery.


Equipment is standard as for routine surgeries performed following universal precautions with additional safety measures

PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) :

  • Sterile masks (N95)
  • surgical masks
  • Eye protection
  • Cavicide solution
  • Sanitization wipes/ sprays
  • Gloves at all stations

Protocols for surgery receiving (preop through discharge)

  • arrival times are staggered for one patient only.
  • 2-4 total patients maximum per day at the facility with no overlap of any patients at any stage of pre-op, OR, or in Pacu
  • patient calls center upon arrival to the parking lot
  • Patient is greeted outside and a temperature gun is used to brain a reading prior to entry into the facility.
  • If the temperature is normal the patient is escorted alone into receiving and the family returns only for pickup after the patient is recovered
  • No family in the waiting room or lobby
  • Patient is directed into the preop bathroom for a urine sample and then preop bay for changing into a gown and being prepared for surgery
  • Nursing applies a finger prick Covid-19 antibody test ( this is a repeat of the preop test administered 10 days earlier.
  • The Patient is given a mask to wear while interacting with staff in preop/receiving.
  • All staff members are wearing gloves and mask/protective eyewear
  • Intravenous catheter placement is performed by nursing
  • Anesthesia and surgeon separately interview the patient
  • Patient taken into OR suite and their face mask is removed for airway management and administration of anesthesia.
  • Upon completion of surgery patient is moved to the post-anesthesia care unit
  • One assigned PACU nurse strictly dedicated for one-on-one care will recover patient in protective gear until discharge
  • Patient is discharged when appropriately stable
  • Nurse reviews instructions with one single family member who must be in a mask at 6/8 foot distance in the discharge area
  • Typically at the exterior canopy
  • Nurse replaces all PPE prior to receiving the next recovery patient

Facility sanitization and maintenance:

Each bay is mopped, bedding sheets changed and all surfaces sanitized before use by each individual patient. (Pre-op, OR, Pacu)

Cleaning of the facility including receiving and discharge areas daily as well as between patients when used.


  • each post-operative visit is done on a one on one basis.
  • no lobby or waiting room visitation is allowed
  • NO-STANDING, NO-WAITING protocol is followed at all times in the office as patients are only directed to and from the outside between their vehicle and a single prepared examination room.
  • patients call into office upon arrival to the parking lot
  • patient and any accompanying family member must wear a face mask into the facility on all visits
  • the patient alone is escorted directly into an examination room by a staff member wearing a face mask and at an appropriate distance of 6 feet or greater (exceptions are allowed if the patient needs assistance to walk in or out of office by a family member who will also be required to wear a mask
  • physician examination is performed with mask and gloves protective wear
  • if the patient is seen alone instructions and clarifications are made by the physician to family members via phone as appropriate
  • each examination room is completely sanitized prior to re-use
  • follow up appointments are made by phone once the patient leaves the premises.

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