Plastic Surgeon Serving Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Nearby West Palm Beach

What Is A Single-Stage Breast Reconstruction?

Breast cancer survivors often struggle with the loss of one or both breasts. A single-stage breast reconstruction places the final breast implant at the time of your mastectomy, so you wake up just the way you fell asleep. Learn more about breast reconstruction options from our board-certified plastic surgeon in the video below.

How Do I Know If I Need A Breast Lift Or Breast Reduction?

Breast lifts and breast reductions are common procedures at our Boca Raton plastic surgery office. Both plastic surgeries are performed for medical and cosmetic reasons and reposition the nipples. Learn more from our board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. David Bogue, in the video below.

How to Know If You’re Ready for Breast Implants

Breast augmentation with breast implants can give you the bust and body shape you desire, but is this breast surgery right for you? Learn more from our board-certified plastic surgeon in the SlideShare below. 

Some women may benefit more from a breast lift or combination procedure such as the mommy makeover which combines breast surgery with a tummy tuck and liposuction.

How Big are Breast Implant Sizes?

Saline and silicone breast implants are measured in cubic centimeters, or "cc's." The sizes of these breast implants varies according to manufacturer and it's also difficult to determine your current cup size because of the differences between bra brands such as Victoria's Secret and ThirdLove. The infographic below discusses breast implant sizes in cc's and how they compare to round fruits. 

Breast Lift Surgery Incision Techniques and Options

Many women choose breast lifts to combat sagging caused by age, pregnancy, or genetics. This breast surgery is a great way to restore the placement and shape of your breasts and is often combined with breast augmentation with implants. You have several options when it comes to the incision site for your breast lift. Learn more about your choices in the infographic below.