William P Adams, Jr, MD; Richard Baxter, MD; Caroline Glicksman, MD; Bruce A Mast, MD; Michael Tantillo, MD and Bruce W Van Natta, MD, “The Use of Poly-4-Hydroxybutyrate (P4HB) Scaffold in the Ptotic Breast: A Multicenter Clinical Study” Aesthetic Surgery Journal, 01 February 2018 William P. Adams, Jr., MD and Arikha C. Moses, PhD, “Use […]
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Welcome to Soft Tissue Support (STS.com). Dr. Bruce Van Natta is a board certified plastic surgeon who has been in private practice for 28 years in Indianapolis, IN. During his career, he has done a lot of breast surgeries and one of his biggest frustrations has always been: How do you maintain the results that […]
Upper pole support is really “a different animal” explains Dr. Bruce Van Natta of Indianapolis, IN. Much of what he has talked about on this site is about lower pole support using the P4HB mesh. But in a patient with a post bariatric breast or a deflated breast, sometimes only supporting from below just isn’t […]
Dr. Bruce Van Natta of Indianapolis, IN has a practice that is entirely elective so his patients are all paying out of pocket. So, price is a sensitive issue. When you have these cool new devices that are improving outcomes, how do you convince patients that they are worth the additional cost? In his practice, […]
Soft tissue support has come a long way in the years since Dr. Bruce Van Natta of Indianapolis, IN started his practice. The focus of this site is on a really interesting material called P4HB (Poly-4-hydroxybutyrate). It’s a polymer that was initially developed as a suture, but if you can make a suture, you can […]