What is Breast Augmentation?
A woman's breasts are a special and unique part in a woman’s life and can play a role in their self-perception and femininity. Sometimes women may associate their breast size, shape and proportion with feeling both desired and confident. Breast augmentation, medically known as a mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure that enhances a woman's breasts to create a full, natural shape.
There can be many reasons to get a breast enhancement procedure. Some situations are due to mothers who have lost breast size and shape due to nursing during pregnancy and are looking to gain back what they’ve lost. In other scenarios women who have already undergone breast reconstruction surgery and want to rebuild their breasts shape and form looking to regain their confidence.
Dr. Roth believes in his process and strives to provide you with a procedure that is tailored to your goals and unique body shape. The aim is to achieve a gorgeous, natural aesthetic that always places the greater value on beauty and contour over sheer volume and implant size. Click to find out if breast augmentation is right for you as well as more about the process and procedures.
Many women desire add to their breast volume due to many reasons. Mostly they desire to pursue breast implant surgery because they’ve lost some volume to their breasts. This can be from several reasons including pregnancy, weight loss, or just the aging process. Other women make this decision to enlarge the size of their breasts to help and enhance their self-image and confidence. Many breast implant candidates desire a more youthful, fuller look that will have the breasts having a perkier shape. Many women prefer for their breasts and nipples to sit at a higher position which resembles they way breasts look when women are in their 20’s. Overall, breast implants can help and enhance your self-image and confidence.
For Dr. Roth, patient satisfaction is the most important thing and he aims to give the patient the results they are seeking. Not all breast procedures are the same. Results will vary depending on which implant is chosen, and Dr. Roth will go over all of the options on your consultation. Dr. Roth also takes an active role in your recovery. He will call you the night of your surgery to check on your progress and answer any questions. Following your surgery, you will have several follow-up visits so that Dr. Roth can monitor your healing and progress.
There can be several reasons why women at some point in their lives may consider a breast lift. With time, breasts tend to lose their youthful shape and body. Some reasons why breasts may lose their firmness and begin to droop may be due to age, substantial weight loss, a pregnancy that includes breastfeeding, or just succumb to gravity. A breast lift procedure or (mastopexy) is instrumental in recreating a youthful appearance by crafting, balanced well-proportioned breasts.
The process involves removing stretched out, excess skin, reshaping the breast tissue, creating a more youthful breast contour. Areolae that have been extended and facing a downward position can also be reduced and raised into a more forward and central position. Mastopexy surgery may be the best solution to create a natural more youthful look.
Candidates for a mastopexy are seeking to boost body confidence by restoring a firmer, perkier, and more youthful shape their breasts. Along with bringing back feminine proportions, a breast lift can also improve a patient’s self-image, but also help outfits fit more comfortably and attractively. Click to find out if you are a good candidate for a breast lift.
There can be many reasons why women want breast reduction surgery. This surgery can be performed alone or in combination with other cosmetic procedures that compliment the main surgery. Patients who desire a breast reduction are trying to stop symptoms that are caused by heavy breasts.
A woman’s posture is often negatively affected by “breast hypertrophy”. These pain points are usually located in the back, neck and shoulder area. back pain by straining nerves and making you to stand and walk differently to compensate for the strain that is put upon your shoulders and back. The goal of breast reduction surgery is not only to heal this pain but also to improve the volume and contour of the breasts. Breast reduction surgery is more than simply reducing breast size, the true aim of this cosmetic procedure are beautiful breasts. This can be achieved through reshaping of the breasts, position, and proportion. The aim is to approve the breast aesthetics, comfort, and self-confidence can be amazing.
What is a Breast Reconstruction?
The objective of breast reconstructive surgery is to revive one or both breasts to optimal size, shape, and symmetrical form following a mastectomy, lumpectomy or other.
Breast reconstruction may involve multiple cosmetic procedures. In most cases plastic surgery can either begin at the time of mastectomy or be delayed until a later date. Breast reconstruction surgery in most cases falls into two major categories: tissue expansion and flap reconstruction.
Dr. Roth is a highly trained well renowned plastic surgeon offering full breast reconstruction procedures in Houston Texas. Discover more about all about the process and procedures of breast reconstruction surgery.
Corrective Breast Surgery
Changes in an implant or your own body can affect the long-term results or breast augmentation surgery. Weight loss or gain, pregnancy, and even simple day-to-day movements can cause changes to implants and their placement. In addition, breast implants are only meant to last last an average of 10 to 15 years before being replaced. Corrective surgery is able to address a variety of issues that can arise, restoring original results, or providing further enhancement.
Because concerns that arise are unique to each patient, Dr. Roth approaches each breast revision individually. You may require revision for only one or a combination of issues. Depending on which problems will be addressed, and your treatment goals, corrective breast surgery may consist of a number of procedures and techniques.
In some cases, simply replacing a faulty implant is enough. In other situations, you may require a re-positioned implant, extensive revision of a reconstructed breast mound, replacing an implant with a reconstruction made of your own tissue, or even removing an implant or reconstruction all together. If desired, Dr. Roth can also incorporate a breast lift into your revision to counter potential sagging.