While many women desire to have larger, firmer breasts, and know that plastic surgery is the route to achieve them, some may not realize that corrective breast surgery encompasses more than simply lifting and enlarging.
Plastic surgery can achieve so much more than increasing cup size or boosting a post-baby bust. Corrective breast surgery can both beautify the breasts you were born with or remedy issues resulting from prior breast surgery.
If being happy with the appearance of your breasts is more complicated than simply increasing the size, or if you have already had a surgery that disappointed you, is there any hope?
Fortunately, the answer is yes. Dr. Lane Smith can help you achieve the beautiful breasts you desire — even correcting cases that other plastic surgeons are reluctant to tackle.
Some of the most common issues that patients approach Dr. Smith to correct are unevenness, narrow, pointed breasts, and scarring, sagging or uneven spacing from previous surgeries.
It is very common for women to have asymmetrical breasts — even differing as significantly as several cup sizes from one breast to another. Or, one breast may sit higher on the chest or be “perkier” than the other.
A board-certified plastic surgeon who has mastered the artistry of breast correction will be able to personally analyze your situation to recommend implants, a breast lift (mastopexy), or a combination of approaches to equalize uneven breasts.
Women with a “tuberous breast deformity” will have very narrow, pointed breasts due to a lack of breast tissue in the bottom portion of the breast. This can result in women feeling dissatisfied with the contours of her breasts, as well as wishing to have their breasts lifted so that the nipples do not point downward.
Dr. Smith offers highly-individualized surgical solutions to these patients, depending on the degree of their condition. Even women who have been unhappy with the appearance of their breasts since puberty can have beautiful busts with corrective surgery.
After having plastic surgery, most assume that the issue they sought surgery to address will be eliminated, corrected, beautified. And why wouldn’t it be? That is what they paid for, after all.
But sometimes, patients are not happy with their prior surgical outcomes. Some are dissatisfied due to less than optimal results, scarring, or perhaps even unrealistic or poorly communicated expectations.
This eventuality can be greatly reduced by carefully choosing a qualified, board-certified plastic surgeon. Patients should carefully research a surgeon’s education, qualifications, and credentials, as well as examine their before-and-after photos.
However, if you have already had a surgery that has disappointed you, we can still help.
Whether you have had an implant deflate, developed scar tissue after several years, or were simply never that happy with the appearance of your post-surgery breasts to begin with, there are many options available to you.
In our practice, we have helped women achieve more beautiful, evenly spaced cleavage, repaired ripples from poor surgical technique in implant placement, and boosted breasts that should have been surgically lifted at the time of the first implant surgery.
Remember, if you have had a breast surgery, you should wait six months before making any further surgical decisions. This is because it can take that long to see the final results — and what doesn’t look quite right at two months may look just right at five. Dr. Smith will not perform corrective surgery on another surgeon’s patients before six months has passed for this reason.
Dr. Smith has repaired or corrected hundreds of breasts during his surgical career and welcomes the opportunity to consult with you on how he can help you achieve the results you have always desired. Please call our clinic at (702) 838-2455 to schedule your appointment.