Breast Plastic Surgery Procedures
Enjoying decades-long popularity in New Jersey, breast procedures are one of the most enduring facets of plastic and cosmetic surgery. At East Coast Advanced Plastic Surgery, we strive to give you the breasts you want—you can enjoy youthful perkiness with a lift, increased confidence with an augmentation, or decreased back pain with a reduction. As a locus of your femininity and your identity, we recognize and honor the role your breasts can play in your quality of life through the procedures we offer at East Coast Advanced Plastic Surgery.
Breast augmentation surgery, also called a “mammoplasty” is one of the most popular aesthetic surgeries of all time. Many women undergo breast augmentation surgery to increase the size of their breasts, but many also seek to correct asymmetry between their breasts, or to restore breast volume after pregnancy or significant weight loss.
Over time, most women experience loss of firmness in their breasts due to the lessening of skin elasticity over time. Pregnancy and weight loss can also cause breasts to sag and loose fullness. Breast lift surgery, also called a mastopexy, doesn’t require changing your breast size to regain a taut and fuller contour; it can simply help you regain the breasts that feel more like yours.
Breast augmentation procedures are among the most popular plastic surgery procedures year after year. That popularity continues to grow, even as alternative breast enhancement techniques become more common. One of the reasons for that continued growth may be the constant innovation that goes into making breast augmentation results look both bold and authentic. One of those recent innovations is a technique known as a fat graft breast augmentation, or a breast augmentation using autologous fat. This technique allows a patient to increase the size of the breasts using her own natural fat.
Breast reduction surgery can help women feel more comfortable in their bodies, both aesthetically and physically. Most commonly, women undergo breast reduction surgery to decrease the size of large or overdeveloped breasts in order to ease physical discomfort caused by the weight of the breasts.
Research shows that approximately 90% of women have some form of asymmetry of the breasts. Of that 90%, approximately 25% have a variation of at least one cup size between breasts, while 5-10% demonstrate a larger or more apparent discrepancy. Asymmetry can also be the result of the shape and/or the breasts’ position on the chest. Breast asymmetry correction surgery can alleviate this imbalance and build a more satisfying symmetry of the figure.
Innovations have made breast augmentation procedures grown increasingly advanced and individualized. But some women don’t achieve the look they were seeking after their first augmentation procedure. In these cases, breast augmentation revision surgery by a skilled surgeon is the only option for correcting the results of the original procedure.