Breast augmentation is the most common plastic surgical procedure in the United States. Four factors are critical in obtaining the perfect result: incision choice, implant placement, implant type, and implant size. Optimizing these four factors for each patient can guarantee the best result.
Breast Augmentation By Size
Breast Augmentation By Shape
Mastopexy: With age, pregnancy, or weight changes, breasts can lose both their shape and volume. Breasts lifts are carefully designed to reposition the nipple and meticulously shape the breast. Breast lift incisions are carefully placed around the nipple and in the fold of the breast to minimize visible scarring.
In addition to an overly large and droopy appearance, large breasts can also cause functional problems including neck and back pain, bra strap shoulder grooving, and rashes. Breast reduction surgery can correct these functional impairments and restore natural shape, size, and symmetry to the breasts. Carefully placed incisions are used to remove excess skin and breast tissue to reduce the size and lift and reshape the breast.
With pregnancy, breast feeding, and weight changes, the nipple-areolar complex can become enlarged and distorted. Protruding nipples can show through clothing and become difficult to conceal. Nipple/areolar reduction is a relatively minor office procedure or can be combined with other breast surgery to give a better overall result.