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Most people have slightly different-sized -- or asymmetrical -- breasts. However, in some cases the difference in size is pronounced.
Breast augmentation is a surgery designed to enhance the size, shape, and symmetry of the breasts.
Breast implant revision is a surgical procedure designed to replace older silicone implants with new saline-filled implants (or in certain patients, with newer silicone-filled implants).
The Breast lift surgery, also known as mastopexy, is a procedure designed to reposition the breasts to a higher, more youthful position on the chest.
Breast reconstruction is most often recommended for patients who have undergone a mastectomy (surgical removal of a breast) due to cancer or a pre-cancerous condition , but these techniques are also used to correct breast deformities.
Breast reduction surgery is sought by many women to relieve the physical restrictions and painful strain on the neck, shoulders, and back caused by excessively heavy breasts.
Although the unusual name for this type of plastic surgery may raise some eyebrows, the furry Brazilian breast augmentation may help reduce the risk of capsular contracture, a potential side-effect associated with breast implants.
For many women, having inverted nipples can be distressing. Lying flat against the breast or actually pulling in from the breast surface, they can be a source of self-consciousness and breastfeeding problems.
Gynecomastia, or excess development of breast tissue, occurs in as many as 40 - 60% of men.
The pectoral implant procedure is designed to increase the chest size and shape by inserting implants made of solid silicone under the real muscle.
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Technically any doctor can perform breast enhancement surgery. Orthopedic surgeons, pediatricians, neurologists all have the opportunity but should they? That answer, should be “no”. Cosmetic surgeries such as breast augmentation have been growing in popularity year over year and doctors choosing to add it to their list of offerings has grown as well.