Breastaugmentation and revision

Shapely breasts can make any woman feel more feminine, beautiful, and self-assured. We believe that every woman deserves to love her body; that’s why we have mastered the art of breast augmentation

Breast Augmentationsilicone and saline

Breast augmentation is a cosmetic procedure designed to increase and enhance the size and shape of a woman’s breasts. The result is a more curvaceous, sexy bust line and a natural, sculpted look.

During this outpatient procedure, saline-filled or silicone-gel-filled implants are carefully inserted either under or above the pectoral muscles. Once the implant is in place, the incision is stitched closed. The procedure is performed under anesthesia and it takes approximately 1 hour to complete.

Breast Liftmastopexy

Pregnancy, nursing, excessive weight loss or gain, and the natural aging process can cause breasts to lose their natural elasticity and breasts may begin to sag or hang. A breast lift can take years off your body by correcting a drooping bust line and restoring your curves to their youthful state.

During the procedure, excess skin and tissue are trimmed away and the bust line is tightened and lifted. Remaining tissue and the nipples are repositioned to create the most natural-looking results.* The procedure takes one or more hours to complete and is often performed in conjunction with breast augmentation.

Breast Reductionmammaplasty

Neck and back pain, bra strap indentations on the shoulders and general discomfort are all unfortunate realities for women who have exceptionally large, heavy breasts. Oversized breasts can make a woman feel self-conscious and embarrassed as well as physically uncomfortable. Breast reduction is a cosmetic procedure during which the breasts are made smaller, lighter and more proportionate to the body.

The breast reduction procedure begins with an incision, which is made around the areola, the dark circle of skin surrounding the nipple, and below the natural curve of the breast. Next, excess fat, glandular tissue and skin are removed and the remaining skin is tightened around the newly contoured breast.* The procedure may take up to three hours and is performed under anesthesia on an outpatient basis.

Capsular Contractureremoval and replacement

s a breast augmentation complication that develops when internal scar tissue forms a tight or constricting capsule around a breast implant, contracting it until it becomes misshapen and hard.

The best correction for this condition is a removal and replacement, if the patient chooses, of the original implant. The chances of capsular contracture reoccuring are significant in a patient who has had the condition previously.