Which Breast Surgery is Right for Me?

Confidence looks a little different in every woman. You may feel confident but wish certain things could be tweaked a little. Breasts are an area women often update whether to make them a little bigger, a little smaller or to have the life breathed back into them. Breast surgery is a big decision. However, with the straightforward information we have in this blog, you’ll be on your way to making an informed decision.

Breast Lift

Breast lift surgery is when the excess skin is removed around the breast through a variety of techniques to achieve a perkier look. Women who have sagging breasts or a disproportionate amount of skin than breast tissue would be candidates for a breast lift.

Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery removes excess fat, breast tissue, and skin to reduce the breasts’ overall size and weight. Women with large, dense breasts opt for this type of breast surgery to relieve significant discomforts such as neck and back pain, numbness, and weakness.

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation surgery enhances the appearance, size, and contour of a woman’s breasts. Women that feel their breasts are too small, have changes to breasts after pregnancy, or are looking to make their breasts more symmetrical typically seek this option. A small incision is placed in one of three places: the armpit, areola, or breast fold. A breast implant is then inserted.

20 Years of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Experience

Texas Dermatology offers breast augmentations, lifts, and reductions at the hands of our new plastic surgeon, Dr. Lewis. Don M. Lewis, MD is board certified in plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Lewis has over twenty years of experience in private practice and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Although Dr. Lewis practices in all areas of plastic surgery, he has focused expertise in cosmetic and breast reconstruction.

To book your consultation with Dr. Lewis, please call 210-728-3919, or visit us online.

Reference:

https://www.webmd.com/beauty/cosmetic-surgery-mammoplasty#1