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4 Types of Cosmetic Breast Surgery: Which is Right For You?

Improving the appearance of your breasts can bring a new sense of confidence that impacts how you feel every day. From breast augmentations and breast lifts, to a combined breast augmentation mastopexy, here are your different breast surgery options and tips on how to decide which is right for you.

Every year, thousands of women undergo some form of breast surgery, whether it’s a breast augmentation, reduction, or a breast augmentation mastopexy. When performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon, such procedures are highly beneficial and can:

  • Address back and neck pain
  • Improve your self image
  • Correct breast asymmetry
  • Improve the proportions of your body
  • Enhance your quality of life

What You Should Know Before Considering Breast Surgery

Breast surgery is a personal choice and it should always be done for yourself, and not to meet someone else’s expectations or to fit an ‘ideal image’. Before undergoing any plastic surgery, it’s important to do your research so you can fully understand what is involved in such a procedure and what to expect from your results.

Customized Breast Surgery at our Kelowna Private Hospital

At our Kelowna private hospital, our team of highly trained and board-certified plastic surgeons have experience in a wide range of breast surgeries, including breast augmentation, breast reduction, mastopexy, and breast augmentation mastopexy.

Whatever your needs, we can help you achieve your aesthetic goals in the safest and most effective way so you can feel happy and confident in your appearance.

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4 Main Types of Breast Surgery: Which is Right For You?

There are several different types of cosmetic breast surgery available for patients looking to enhance their appearance, and during a one-on-one consultation with your plastic surgeon, he/she can assess your general health, medical history, and aesthetic needs to help determine which is best suited for you.

If you are considering breast surgery, here are 4 procedures you may be looking at:

  1. Breast Augmentation: This involves the use of saline or silicone implants to increase the size of your breasts. The procedure can also restore volume after weight loss or pregnancy, helping you achieve a more rounded appearance and improving natural symmetry. (Learn More >)
  1. Breast Lift: A breast lift is designed to raise your breasts by removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue to reshape and support the new contour. The lift can rejuvenate your figure and give you a more youthful profile. (Learn More >)
  1. Breast Reduction: Women with large breasts may experience a variety of medical problems caused by the excessive weight, such as back aches, neck pain, or numbness in fingers and hands. A breast reduction removes any excess fat, glandular tissue, and skin from the breasts, making them smaller, lighter, and firmer. (Learn More >)
  1. Breast Augmentation Mastopexy: This breast surgery combines both an augmentation and lift in one procedure and is designed to produce a completely rejuvenated breast. You may benefit from this if you have sagging breasts, but have also lost volume in your upper breast area. (Learn More >)

Book a Breast Surgery Consultation Today

Are you looking to improve the shape and/or size of your breasts, but you aren’t sure which cosmetic procedure is right for you? During a consultation, our board-certified plastic surgeons can assess your needs to help you make the safest and most informed decision.

To find out more about our range of cosmetic surgeries, visit us at 401-3320 Richter St, Kelowna, British Columbia, V1W 4V5. Alternatively, you can contact us at 250-868-9799 or fill in our online contact form.

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