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We know that for many women, self-esteem is closely tied to their feelings about the size and shape of their breasts. If a woman feels her breasts are too small or unshapely, this can have a strong, negative impact on how she feels about herself overall and a breast augmentation may be the best solution. Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure to enhance the shape and size of the bust by means of an implant, gently inserted within the breast. Breast augmentation results in a full, naturally rounded looking figure.

During breast augmentation a discreet incision is made. The surgeon continues the breast augmentation procedure by placing the implant either beneath the breast gland or under the pectoralis muscle, and then closes the incision. Breast augmentation results in beautiful, natural-looking breasts that are shaped in harmony with the rest of the body. If you would like to learn more about breast augmentation, call us for a consultation at True Me.

Procedure Details:

  • Various incisions can be made to place breast implants
  • Breast implants can be placed under the breast gland or under the pectoralis muscle.
  • The final result should be natural, in harmony with the body shape, and with inconspicuous scars.

Many women seeking a breast lift wish to restore their once-firm bust line. Many factors can cause a woman’s breasts to sag. Many of the breast lift patients we treat have been through pregnancy and nursing, serious weight fluctuations, or simply the natural process of aging, all of which cause breasts to lose elasticity and firmness. A breast lift can reverse this effect, restoring a fuller, firmer bust line as well as a woman’s confidence in her appearance.at they have had surgery.

If you are interested in a breast lift, True Me would be happy to discuss your particular circumstances with you.

Procedure Details:

  • Large pendulous breasts are not just a cosmetic burden, but often are uncomfortable, and the root of chronic back pain
  • The breasts are marked in a specific manner and excess breast tissue is removed
  • The incisions typically are around the areolas, down vertically, and in the breast crease. This can vary, depending upon technique
  • The final result should be shapely and still in harmony with the overall body type

The breast reconstruction patients at True Me are usually breast cancer survivors who have undergone either total or partial mastectomy or considering immediate reconstruction for cancer or to reduce risk of developing it. In either case, women seeking breast reconstruction at True Me all have in common the desire to restore or create a natural figure to their bodies.

Breast reconstruction surgery involves a complex series of operations to first reconstruct the breast mound and then fashion a new nipple. The highly skilled breast reconstruction surgeon at True Me use either breast implants or transplanted tissue from another part of the patient’s body, typically from the abdomen, to accomplish breast reconstruction.

All women have slightly different breasts but in some the difference is noticeable enough that may warrant corrective surgery. Sometimes one breast has not developed as much (may be tuberous breast). It may be that part of the chest wall & muscles have not fully developed (Poland’s Syndrome). At True Me we will be happy to advise you on all these conditions.

Most women enquiring about a breast reduction at True Me suffer from chronic back and neck pain due to overly large and pendulous breasts. Many of the breast reduction candidates we see at True Me also feel embarrassed or self-conscious about their appearance. We have found that a breast reduction can be an excellent way to make a woman feel both physically and emotionally comfortable in her body.

After the breast reduction procedure, our patients find their breasts shapely and in harmony with their overall body type. If you are considering a breast reduction True Me would be happy to discuss the procedure with you in further detail. Please contact our practice today.

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