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Breast Implants

Small, undefined breasts can throw off your body proportions and cause you to feel self-conscious about your figure.

Customized breast implants can enhance the size and shape of your breasts for a fuller, more balanced bust line.

How can you benefit from breast implants?

Breast Implants Can Completely Transform Your Appearance

Enhanced Size and Shape

Implants are available in a variety of sizes and shapes, including round and teardrop. You can select the implant that helps you achieve the volume and curvature you desire.

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Improved Symmetry

Personalized breast augmentation can improve the symmetry between the breasts as well as the bust line and hips. Your doctor can help you choose the type of implant that best compliments your proportions.

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Increased Self-Confidence

When you look in the mirror, you should feel proud of your body. If you feel self-conscious about the size of your breasts, implants can renew your confidence. Increased confidence has the power to translate into all aspects of your life.

Where is the implant placed?

The Majority of Breast Implant Patients Are Happy with Their Decision

85 percent of women studied said they felt their new breast size was "just right."

*According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons

The results are immediately apparent...

I'm Excited About the Possibilities But How Much Will Breast Implants Cost?

money icon According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of breast implants is $3,719. However, the cost is dependent on a variety of factors including the type of implants selected, the location of the doctor, and the type of anesthesia administered. However, cost should not be your only consideration. It is important to find a reputable surgeon that makes you feel comfortable and confident.Typically, insurance does not cover breast enlargement, however your doctor may offer financing options that can help with out-of-pocket expenses. For many patients, the benefits of breast implants far outweigh the cost of the procedure.

Let's dive deeper into the breast augmentation process...

What to Expect During Breast Implant Surgery

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Creating the Incision

First, the doctor will create an incision in an area that offers the most discretion. The location of the incision will be determined beforehand. It may be in the crease of the breast, around the perimeter of the areola, or under the armpit. Implants can also be placed through the belly button.

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Placing the Implants

The implant will then be inserted through the incision either in front of or behind the pectoral muscle.

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Closing the Incision

The doctor will then close the incision carefully to minimize scarring. The surgical portion of your treatment will typically take two to three hours.

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Once the procedure is complete, bandages will be wrapped around the breasts. You may be asked to wear a support garment to minimize swelling during recovery.

Still unsure whether you're ready to receive breast implants?

Achieving Your Ideal Breast Size

Padded bras and other cleavage enhancing products can be uncomfortable and require a lot of effort. Surgery is usually a better option for patients who are truly unhappy with the fullness of their breasts. One alternative to breast implants is fat transfer, which involves redistributing fat from one part of the body to the breast. However, fat transfer is less predictable than implants and cannot deliver the same dramatic results. For patients who seek substantial enhancement, breast implants are typically recommended. Implant placement can also be combined with a breast lift if your breasts have begun to droop.

Deciding to alter your appearance is an important personal decision. However, a cosmetic surgeon can listen to your goals and help you determine whether breast implants are right for you. Schedule a consultation today to begin your journey to greater self-confidence.

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