Breast Procedures

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Choosing a plastic surgery procedure or an anti-aging treatment is a personal decision. Our skilled surgeons can offer expertise in a wide variety of breast treatments.

Breast procedures we offer include:

Breast lift

Mastopexy, also known as breast lift, is a procedure to correct sagging or poorly shaped breasts.  A breast lift repositions the breasts for a perkier appearance. Typically, patients request this operation following significant weight loss or pregnancy when the breasts appear to have deflated. Some women opt to have a combined lift and augmentation when the breasts are not only sagging but smaller than desired.

Most women are able to return to work within two weeks and resume full physical activity within a month.

Breast reduction

The benefits of breast reduction surgery go far beyond an improved appearance. Women with very heavy or overly large breasts often experience chronic back pain and poor posture. Ideally, breast reduction surgery is performed to reduce size and weight of the breasts which will relieve back pain. The surgery is a permanent solution to having disproportionate breasts.

Most patients return to work within two weeks.

Breast augmentation

Breast augmentation surgery is commonly performed to increase the size of the breasts by inserting breast implants beneath the pectoralis muscle. It can also be performed to correct breast asymmetry.

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The information and images displayed on this website are not a guarantee of individual results. Individual results may vary. The content of this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace the need for a formal consultation with a plastic and reconstructive surgeon before undergoing a surgical procedure or skin care treatment.

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