Breast augmentation is the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure. That means that most women have taken the step toward a fuller figure. By inserting an implant behind each breast, surgeons are able to increase a woman's bust line by one or more bra cup sizes.

Breast augmentation, technically known as augmentation mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure to enhance the size and shape of a woman's breast for a number of reasons:

  • To enhance the body contour of a woman who, for personal reasons, feels her breast size is too small.
  • To restore breast volume lost due to weight loss or following pregnancy
  • To achieve better symmetry when breasts are moderately disproportionate in size and shape
  • To improve the shape of breasts that are sagging or have lost firmness, often used with a breast lift procedure
  • To provide the foundation of a breast contour when a breast has been removed or disfigured by surgery to treat breast cancer
  • To improve breast appearance or create the appearance of a breast that is missing or disfigured due to trauma, heredity, or congenital abnormalities


Breast Lifting
Also known as mastopexy, a breast lift raises and firms the breasts by removing excess skin and tightening the surrounding tissue to reshape and support the new breast contour you’ve ever dreamed of, a figure with a breast profile that is youthful and uplifted.Women prioritize a natural appearance with breast surgery, and breast lift surgery is no exception. This procedure involves lifting and repositioning the nipples, redistributing the breast tissue and removal of any excess skin which is contributing to the sagging appearance of the breasts.
Some patients need only a small incision right around the areola (pigmented skin surrounding the nipple), while others will require further incisions to remove the excess skin or that even a breast implant can slightly increase the volume of breasts and give the appearance of mild breast lifting.
Breast Reduction
Excess breast tissue and skin is removed, while the nipple and areola are repositioned with the procedure known as a reduction mammoplasty or breast reduction. Many of our women symptoms are alleviated by this procedure allowing them to live without everyday pain, stand up straight, exercise, avoid unwanted attention and purchase clothing that fits. The goal of this procedure is to have much smaller, well-proportioned breasts that are properly sized and positioned and these objectives can be obtained with a breast reduction.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What will my breasts look like after surgery?
Our goal for your breast lifting or reduction is to simultaneously improve the size, shape, and position of your breasts. This involves attention to your overall body shape as well as that of your breasts, so that the final result gives your figure a balanced and pleasing appearance.

Can I breastfeed after the breast augmentation?
Yes you can breastfeed, the procedure will not interfere with the breast milk production.
Will breast implants interfere with annual mammograms?
Utilizing the latest mammograms, the breast implants will not interfere with the result of the examination.
What implants are used? And are they safe?
We use the “ MENTOR COHESIVE SILICON IMPLANT”, It is a widely known and preferred implant due to its stability and cohesive properties, which means it will not leak or bleed, since the materials used inside the implant are cohesive or clumping.
Can I revise the surgery afterwards?
Revisions can be easily made if the patient opted for a bigger or small implants.
How long does the breast reduction surgery take?
Usually breast reduction surgery takes from three to four hours depending on the size of your breasts and the amount of change necessary to improve their size and shape. Most operations are done as outpatient surgeries, sometimes with overnight stay in a hospital facility.
How long does a breast lift take?
The time a breast lift takes depends on which method is used and how much excess tissue is removed. It can be done in an hour or 2 hours.
Is there a lot of bruising afterwards, and how long will it last?
Some patients have little or no bruising. A few experience five to seven days of bluish discoloration around the breasts. While there is always some swelling after the procedure for at least seven to fourteen days, you will see an immediate and dramatic improvement in the size and shape of your breasts.
Is a breast reduction permanent?
Breast reduction usually makes a permanent change in the size of your breasts. The shape may change over time, and if you gain a great deal of weight some of the fat will likely go to the breasts. But in general, the breasts will not become appreciably larger following a breast reduction procedure.
Is there much pain following the procedure?
By taking careful and proactive steps to minimize pain, such as placing long-term anesthetic into all areas where we work during surgery, we find that almost all of our patients report minimal discomfort following even large procedures such as breast reduction.