Full, round breasts are the hallmark of a youthful physique, yet as the body ages, the breasts begin to sag.
Whether due to pregnancy and nursing, gravity and the aging process, or simply poor genetics, the breasts sometimes begin to sag and deflate.
While women typically desire and seek out an increase in their breast size, for men enlarged breasts can be a major source of embarrassment and frustration.
While ideally a surgical breast augmentation procedure will go right the first time and be performed by a skilled and experienced board certified plastic surgeon, this isn’t always the case.
After breast cancer, a mastectomy can rob a woman of her self-confidence and sense of identity.
While many women desire a full, voluptuous bust, there are those that suffer from breasts that are so pendulous and disproportionately large that they place an undue burden on the back, shoulders, neck and ribcage.
Although breast augmentations last for years, they eventually have to be replaced, or removed if you are going that route
View the letter sent out to all patients from Dr. Allen Gabriel on the subject of breast surgery with implants - whether reconstructive or aesthetic.