There often comes a time in a woman’s life when she may consider breast implants. For some, it may be that they have always had nice breasts, but time and kids may have changed things. For others, they may finally be able to afford it now, or have come to realize that they are missing out on the results of plastic surgery. No matter what the circumstance, knowledge is power, and by learning about the current state-of-the-art breast enhancement techniques and visiting a reputable plastic surgeon, you may come away with a solution.
Visiting with a plastic surgeon about breast enhancement shouldn’t provoke anxiety—these folks deal with issues like yours day in and day out. It takes just a moment to determine what may be best for a patient, and sitting and talking is a great way to calm the nerves and open your eyes. At Westlake Plastic Surgery, it’s all about sharing our knowledge with you, getting to know you and providing you with the best advice.
From a “big picture” perspective, breast implants have not been proven to be even remotely dangerous to your health. The procedure is relatively straightforward in experienced hands, the results are very satisfying to most patients, and the benefits of breast implants are impressive in many ways. Breast implants are not without risk of complications, but by and large these are few. I unhesitatingly offer breast implants to my patients as I would to my very own family because my thirty years’ experience working with them has been quite favorable.
It’s simple; if you are at that time in your life when you are considering a breast enhancement, do some preliminary homework and then visit with several reputable surgeons. At Westlake Plastic Surgery, breast enhancement in every shape and form is one of my areas of expertise. Whether it comes to a simple breast enhancement, a more complex breast revision, or my very own Breast Augmentation and Reduction (BAR) procedure, you have come to the right place.
I educate and advise; I don’t sell. I am humbled and flattered that patients often comment that I am “honest and direct.” I hope this means that I am true to my role as a medical provider whose primary interest is in your health, safety and well being.