Surgical Breast Procedures

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is a procedure designed to enhance the size and shape of your breasts. Patients desiring breast implants typically want to have larger breasts with improved cleavage and improved shape…Learn more.

Breast Reduction

Women seeking breast reduction surgery typically complain of the symptoms associated with having very large breasts, namely pain in their necks, back, and shoulders, as well as grooves in their shoulders from their bras, and even headaches…Learn more.

Breast Lift/Mastopexy

A breast lift, or mastopexy, restores your breast shape and nipple position to a more youthful appearance. The addition of any implant may or may not be needed, depending on your breast size and aesthetic goals…Learn more.

Breast Reconstruction

The goals of breast reconstruction are to restore form to a woman’s breasts after breast cancer has necessitated a partial or complete removal (mastectomy). Breast reconstruction may be done immediately after mastectomy or may be performed in a delayed fashion (months or years later)…Learn more.

Gynecomastia/Male Breast Surgery

Men often experience changes in their breast size in response to aging as well as weight loss. Gynecomastia surgery involves the removal of skin and breast tissue to restore your chest to a flat and masculine appearance…Learn more.

Revisional Breast Surgery

Women often present in consultation to discuss their dissatisfaction with the appearance of their breasts after either cosmetic or reconstructive breast surgery. This disappointment may be due to many factors, such as suboptimal breast size and shape, complications from prior surgery, implant-related problems, asymmetry, and failure of prior attempts…Learn more.

Transgender Top Surgery

Top surgery is a part of a larger journey that someone is taking in their lives.  We specialize in these types of surgeries and understand the finer intricacies of both male-to-female and female-to-male top surgery.  Learn more

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