Exceptional, long lasting breast augmentation can be achieved when a surgeon is willing to invest in the time and training necessary to develop an advanced breast augmentation practice.
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A breast lift or mastopexy is a procedure that is performed to correct sagging or drooping of the breasts resulting from pregnancies, breast feeding, weight loss and/or heredity. As most women age, their breast tissue is gradually replaced by fatty tissue.
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Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, affecting one in eight women. There are greater surgical options for women today, including breast conservation with radiation, or mastectomy and reconstruction. Post-mastectomy reconstruction continues to be a safe and effective cosmetic option undertaken by significant numbers of women undergoing mastectomy.
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Breast reduction, also called a reduction mammaplasty, is surgery designed to reduce the size of the breasts. For many young women the rapid development of large, heavy breasts may interfere with normal physical activities and cause musculoskeletal pain.
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Male Breast Reduction
Gynecomastia is a condition in which there is abnormal male breast development. The condition may first appear in adolescence, and may cause significant problems with a teenager’s self-esteem, as well as causing considerable peer ridicule. In adulthood it may be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, or a drug related side-effect.
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