Breast

Breast Enlargement

Patients who have small, uneven or asymmetric breasts. Patients who have slightly sagging or deflated breasts, particularly after pregnancy.

Breast Implant Revision

Candidates for revisional surgery include Ruptured implants, Capsular contracture, Poor shape or asymmetry, Rippling or wrinkling, Sagging of breasts, Inadequate upper fullness or cleavage, Too big or too small.

Breast Reduction

Breasts that are too large in proportion to your body frame. Enlarged, heavy, sagging breasts often associated with neck, back or shoulder pain and shoulder grooves from tight bra straps.

Breast Asymmetry

Women who have asymmetric breasts where one breast is larger than the other. This may result from failure of development or the presence of tuberous breasts.

 

Breast Lift

Sagging breasts with loose stretched skin, especially after pregnancy. Loss of upper breast fullness and firmness.

Breast Lift with Implants

Ideal patients include women with sagging breasts and loose, stretched skin or have experienced a loss of upper breast fullness and firmness as well as women who want a more youthful and lifted appearance.