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Every woman wants to feel comfortable in her body. For most females, breasts are closely tied to self-esteem, and, unfortunately, breasts are susceptible to change. A woman’s breasts can change from age, weight loss or gain, and motherhood and breastfeeding. Whether your breasts have changed or you’ve always been unhappy with them, plastic surgery can fix your problems.
Want Fuller, Curvier Breasts?
Breast augmentation increases the size of breasts through implants. This procedure is the most commonly performed surgery.
Individuals who choose to get this procedure can choose between saline and silicone implants, round and anatomic shape, and smooth or textured surfaces.
People choose breast augmentation surgery for its many benefits, such as:
- Increased fullness and projection of your breasts
- Improved balance of the breasts and hip contours
- Enhanced self-esteem
Breast augmentation cannot fix severely drooping breasts. If this is an issue for you, consider combining a breast lift with your breast augmentation.
Want to Lift Sagging Breasts?
Many things can cause a woman to lose the perkiness of her breasts, and sagging breasts do not inspire self-confidence. A breast lift is a procedure that removes and tightens excess skin and tissue from the breasts, resulting in elevated and youthful breast shape.
A breast lift can also reduce the size of the areolas if they have become enlarged over time.
If you have extremely large breasts, you likely experienced significant drooping from an early age. Individuals in this position often consider combining their breast lift with a breast reduction, so the problem doesn’t persist.
Want Smaller Breasts?
While some women go under the knife for larger breasts, others want their breast size reduced. Significantly large breasts can cause back pain and unwanted attention, and these breasts may not match your body shape. A breast reduction procedure can remove excess skin, fat, and glandular tissue from overly large breasts.
It is important to note that a breast reduction won’t automatically bring the smaller breasts to a preferable height. As a result, many patients choose to include a breast lift with their breast reduction.
Should I Combine Breast Procedures?
Many women who complain of breast problems have more than one concern; therefore, it’s often recommended to combine breast procedures. By undergoing multiple breast enhancement surgeries at one, you will only put under anesthesia once and only need to take time off work only once. Discuss with your doctor if combining procedures is the right choice for you.
Want to Learn More?
If you are ready to get the breasts you have always dreamed of, book a consultation with Dr. Timothy Alexander. Dr. Alexander has over 30 years of experience in plastic surgery, including breast procedures, and knows how to achieve patients’ desired results. Book an appointment by calling 954-589-0722 or contact us online.