Breast Enhancement Procedures to Fit Your Body
In today's society, women can constantly feel the pressure of needing to look their best. Women may develop concerns over their self-image and feel that their breasts are not the right size or shape. A women's breasts are fully developed by her twenties. She may have very small, under-developed breasts or very large breasts that cause back and/or neck discomfort. Other factors, such as pregnancy, nursing, weight loss, age, and gravity, can take their toll on the appearance of a woman's breasts adding to the concern. Cosmetic breast surgery offers many options to address these concerns, with procedures that can sculpt a woman's breasts to a more becoming size and shape.
When nature provides too little
Breast enhancement procedures can enlarge and contour the breasts, giving a woman a shapely figure and potentially make her more confident in her appearance. Many women experience a decrease in breast size and shape after pregnancy or with age. Sagging breasts, or "breast ptosis," can be corrected with a breast lift and the placement f breast implants, providing firmer and younger looking breasts.
When more is too much
Overly large breasts can be embarrassing and also lead to skin irritation, and back, neck, and shoulder discomfort. Breast reduction procedures remove excess tissue, skin, and fat to reshape and lift the breast. This procedure can greatly benefit women of all ages by relieving discomfort and allowing them to have a more active lifestyle.
Restoring a natural you after mastectomy
There are many options available to reconstruct the breast after mastectomy. Using implants or the patient's own lower abdominal tissue (TRAM flap), the breast(s can be reconstructed to a natural appearance, with the potential to renew a patients self image. Breast reconstruction is covered by health insurance plans by law.
Our surgeons at The Institute for Cosmetic Surgery will discuss the surgical options that would best suit your individual needs.