Also known as mammoplasty, the procedure involves placing an artificial implant either under your breast tissue, or under your chest muscle behind your breast. We use only FDA approved breast implants. Read more
Also known as autologous fat transfer, this is a process where injectable fat is collected via liposuction from your own body, such as abdomen or thighs, and then injected into your breasts. The use of one's own fat as a filler can be advantageous because there is no chance of an allergic reaction. Suitable for those who are looking for a small increase in breast size with natural results. Read more
Overly large breasts can cause some women to have both health and emotional problems. In addition to self image issues, you may also experience physical pain and discomfort. The weight of excess breast tissue can impair your ability to lead an active life. Also known as reduction mammoplasty, this procedure removes excess breast fat, glandular tissue and skin to achieve a breast size in proportion with your body and to alleviate the discomfort associated with overly large breasts. Read more
Also known as mastopexy, breast lift is a surgical process to lift the breasts by removal of excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue. Suitable for women with breasts that have lost their shape and firmness due to pregnancy, breastfeeding, ageing, etc. Read more
Men with surplus breast tissue generally say that their “man boobs” make them feel embarrassed and have to limit their activities to avoid removing their top or shirt. With a chest reduction surgery, we can create a flatter, firmer chest by removing surplus fat, breast tissue and if necessary, excess skin. Read more
Removal of suspicious lump or growths in the breast which might or might not be carcinogenic.
Hidden and sunken nipples are drawn out with this procedure where the surgeon releases the connecting tissues that are keeping the nipples inverted.
Some women and even men develop excessively long nipples or wide areolas. This could be due to a number of reasons – heredity, pregnancy, or plain bad luck. Surgeons are able to reduce the nipples by literally cutting off the tip, or by removing some skin from the base of the nipple.