Whether you’re looking to augment, lift or reduce your breasts, you’ll find that the advice of a skilled and caring surgeon makes all the difference. Many variables such as incision type, procedural approach, implant location, implant type, tissue characteristics and patient requests must all be considered in order obtain natural, beautiful results that are tailored to each individual patient.
Breast augmentation enhances the natural breast volume by placing an implant device underneath the breast muscle or gland.
Dr. Brenner’s skill in performing cosmetic breast procedures stems from his extensive training in breast reconstruction.
For women whose breasts are excessively large and do not atrophy after childbirth, a breast reduction operation may be helpful.
As a specialist in breast surgery, Dr. Brenner performs a high number of revision or corrective breast procedures.
Unfortunately, ruptures and leaks are an inherent risk with breast implants, especially after the implants are many years old.
Breast implant removal can restore breasts to their natural state or replace breast implants with a larger or smaller size.
When breast implants or other foreign objects are placed into the body, the body encapsulates it in a fibrous tissue lining.
Fat transfer breast augmentation, also known as a breast augmentation using fat transfer, uses your own fat to augment your breasts.
If your breasts have lost volume or changed shape after pregnancy or weight loss, then a breast augmentation with lift could be the best way to restore your figure.
A breast lift procedure is very similar to a breast reduction, both of which are performed on an outpatient basis.
Tuberous breast deformity is a result of an abnormality or congenital deformity which occurs in women.
Gynecomastia is the abnormal development of breast tissue in men resulting in breast enlargement.
Breast implant issues can be anything from uncomfortable to disfiguring.
Learn more about Breast Implant Illness and how Dr. Kevin Brenner can help you.
En bloc is the removal of the breast implant as well as the scar tissue that has grown around it, referred to as the capsule.