Breast Augmentation (Mammoplasty) is an excellent option for patients seeking to enhance the size, shape, and symmetry of their breasts. This procedure has helped women feel more confident about their appearance.
Breast lift (Mastopexy), is a surgical procedure to raise and reshape sagging breasts. The operation itself is similar to the breast reduction surgery, however, without the removal of a large volume of breast tissue.
Breast Reduction surgery (reduction mammaplasty) is a procedure to remove excess breast fat, glandular tissue, and skin to achieve a breast size in proportion with your body and to alleviate the discomfort associated with overly large breasts.
Revision breast surgery is designed to modify and improve upon the results of a previous surgical breast procedure. In some cases, this second operation may be requested due to the patient’s dissatisfaction with the original outcome, required for medical reasons, or performed in order to remove the breast implants entirely.
Breast Implant Removal:
There are many reasons to have breast implants removed. These include failure of an implant (leakage), poor outcome (appearance), and/or capsular contracture. Many patients are also concerned about possible longterm health effects and simply wish to remove otherwise “normal” implants. Dr. Crabtree is very experienced and sought after to address these various situations.
Capsular Contracture Treatment:
One of the most common complications from breast augmentation is capsular contracture or capsular contraction, a condition that results in distorted and sometimes even painful, hard breasts. Read on to learn more about the signs of capsular contracture, your capsular contracture treatment options.
Losing one or both breasts to cancer can be a very traumatic experience. However, there are many advances in breast reconstruction surgery that can help you restore your breasts with results that look very natural.