Breast augmentation is a procedure known to increase or restore your breast size. Breast augmentation is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures performed in the United States.
A mastopexy, better known as a breast lift, is a cosmetic surgery that helps raise a woman’s breast. By removing unneeded extra skin, the surgery drastically reduces sagging in the breasts.
Mammoplasty, better known as breast reduction, is a surgery that removes excess breast tissue from the disproportionately large breasts. This process allows Dr. Birely make the breasts smaller and lift them.
Any woman who has breast augmentation surgery is likely to require revision surgery at some point in time, as implants are not designed to last a lifetime. Revision surgery is more complicated than primary breast augmentation with implants.
Breast reconstruction is done to reshape the breasts after mastectomies from cancer or other conditions. Most women choose to have reconstruction to regain normalcy after a life-changing mastectomy.
Nipple and areola reconstruction is the last phase of breast reconstruction after a mastectomy. Designed to give your chest a more natural and finished look, the procedure is performed about three to four months after your breast reconstruction surgery.
Dr. Brent Birely is a board-certified plastic surgeon with offices in Lutherville and Bel Air, serving patients from Baltimore, Towson, Columbia, Westminster, and other Maryland cities. He is a very well regarded leader in cosmetic surgery and patient safety, and specializes in procedures including breast augmentation, tummy tuck, mommy makeover, facelift, and body lifting procedures after weight loss.
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