Whether your breasts are too small, too big, uneven, or just sagging and deflated, we are able to help you restore and even enhance the look and feel of your breasts
The reasons for having cosmetic breast surgery are numerous and varied. Some women feel that their breast size is too small for their body contours, while others may be seeking to turn the clock back on the effects of age and gravity. A lack of symmetry; lost volume due to weight loss or pregnancy; coping with missing or misshapen breasts as a result of trauma or disease; any of these reasons and more may prompt a woman to seek surgical enhancement of her breasts.
If you are considering breast enlargement, be prepared to spend time with your plastic surgeon to review breast implant options such as implant types, where the implant is placed and how it will be placed there. One of the first steps in the decision process will the taking many measurements that go into selecting the right breast implant. Sagging, asymmetry, width, nipple size and shape, cleavage and several other determining factors are all taken into consideration. Dr. Jugenburg takes many precautions through measurements to ensure that the appropriate breast implant is selected. Patients who undergo breast reduction surgery frequently are seeking relief from physical symptoms caused by the excessive weight of large breasts. Breast reduction usually can solve these problems as well as improve the size and shape of your breasts. Breast reduction can be performed at any age, but Dr. Jugenburg usually recommends waiting until breast development has stopped.
A breast lift raises and reshapes sagging breasts. A breast lift can also reduce the areola size. If the breasts have lost volume and are small, breast implants can be inserted along with a lift to increase both firmness and size. At any age a breast lift can be performed, but one has to wait until development of the breasts has stopped. A breast lift should not affect your ability to breast feed since milk ducts and nipples are left intact. Breasts heavy and large can be lifted, but the results may not be as long lasting as it is done on smaller breasts. Breast reconstruction is the rebuilding of a breast that has been removed due to cancer or other diseases. Reconstruction surgery involves the use of implants or relocated flaps of the patients own tissue to create a natural looking breast and reformation of a natural looking areola and nipple. The reconstruction is possible immediately following breast removal.