Breast procedures are extremely popular these days, with breast augmentation being the most popular cosmetic procedure in the U.S. This is no surprise since these procedures can create a more proportionate body contour for a boost in confidence. Read on to learn more about the most popular breast procedures, and what they can do for you.

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation surgery is an extremely popular option among women today. It is done to increase or restore the size of the breasts using silicone gel implants or saline implants. It can also help to balance out asymmetrical breasts for a more proportionate figure.

Most individuals who seek out a breast augmentation feel that their breasts are too small, feel self-conscious wearing form-fitting clothing, or have one breast that is noticeably smaller than the other.

Breast Lift

A breast lift is done to lift sagging and uneven breasts to a more youthful position. This procedure is popular among women who have lost breast volume to due pregnancy, weight loss, or aging, and can help to create a more youthful breast appearance. Oftentimes, this procedure is combined with a breast augmentation procedure.

Breast Reduction

Women who are living with too-large breasts can experience discomfort, back, shoulder, and neck pain, as well as uncomfortable rashes. A breast reduction can reduce the size of the breasts for a more proportioned figure. This procedure can also help clothing to fit better and make it easier to exercise.

Breast Revision

Sometimes, women who receive breast implants experience complications, including capsular contracture, rippling, or an implant leak. When this occurs, a breast revision can be done to remove and replace your implants for a restored breast shape.

As you can see, there is a wide array of breast procedures to choose from to help you achieve the silhouette you desire.

If you are interested in breast surgery to help transform your body, contact our Newport Beach office today at 949-446-1421 to schedule your consultation with Joseph T Cruise, MD.