Breast cosmetic surgery can be an important step to better self-image and self-confidence. The plastic surgeons of Franciscan Health have specialized expertise in breast cosmetic surgery, including breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reconstruction and male breast surgery for gynecomastia.
Our specialized plastic surgeons have helped women and men of all ages with successful breast cosmetic surgery. Franciscan Health offers nationally renowned plastic surgeons, the latest in medical technology and a comforting, confidential environment to our breast cosmetic surgery patients.
Whether you are contemplating breast reconstruction surgery after a mastectomy, an augmentation, a lift or a reduction, we will help you improve your self-image, self-confidence and become whole again.
Breast augmentation can meet the desire for a fuller bust; adjust for uneven development; facilitate fit in conventional clothing; and adjust to changes resulting from childbirth, weight loss, exercise or better fitness.
A breast lift raises and reshapes sagging breasts by removing excess skin and repositioning remaining tissue and nipples, for women whose breasts have lost substance and shape, are pendulous, or have nipples that are directed down.
Plastic and reconstructive surgeons at Franciscan Health - as part of our breast reconstruction surgical team - help create personalized treatment plans to provide the best cosmetic results and options.
A breast reduction can be done to reduce, reshape and improve appearance of breasts, generally to relieve pain and discomfort.
Male breast reduction surgery is used to treat gynecomastia, a medical condition characterized by excess breast tissue in men.
Breast revision surgery is performed to improve or repair previous breast implants. This can involve removing or replacing previous them.
A condition of over-developed or enlarged breast is common in men at any age, gynecomastia can be the result of heredity conditions, hormonal change, disease (such as a tumor), or the use of certain drugs. This surgery reduces the breasts and enhances chest contours, generally to relieve discomfort and improve self-confidence. Excess breast tissue, skin and fat are removed to decrease the size of the breast. In severe cases, the weight of excess tissue may cause the breasts to sag and stretch the areola so the areola is made smaller and repositioned.