Breast Surgery

Women seeking breast surgery are often hesitant – your breasts are essential to your self-image, and you want to be sure you are going to choose someone who is going to get it right. We couldn’t agree with you more. Whether you are looking to enhance, reduce, or reshape your breasts, or dealing with a diagnosis of breast cancer, we will help guide you through the process. As with everything else in plastic surgery, it is important to plan, plan, plan. Dr. Nagarkar will have an in-depth discussion with you about your specific goals, your photographic analysis and the surgical options available before you choose the procedure that’s right for you.

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Breast cosmetic surgeries

Augmentation: saline or silicone implants to enhance breast size and projection

Reduction: often covered by insurance, this is a surgery for the relief of back, neck, and shoulder pain. However, it is critical to do it in a way that simultaneously improves breast shape.

Lift: sometimes done in conjunction with breast implants, a mastopexy restores sagging or post-partum breasts to their youthful shape

Mommy makeover: a combination of breast, abdominal and other procedures designed to help you regain your pre-pregnancy body, by lifting and enhancing the breasts, and removing stretch marks and loose skin from the abdomen.

Breast asymmetry correction: whether you have had previous breast surgery and have some resulting asymmetry, or your natural breast size or shape is asymmetric, this type of surgery can address latent asymmetries.

Male breast reduction (gynecomastia)

Breast reconstructive surgeries

Reconstruction after mastectomy: using implants or with microsurgical free tissue transfer (e.g. DIEP – where your own abdominal tissue is used to create a new natural breast)

Reconstruction or symmetry procedure after lumpectomy: not all breast cancers require total mastectomy. If you are having a partial mastectomy (or lumpectomy), a reconstructive procedure or symmetry procedure may be needed.

Chest wall reconstruction: reconstruction of chest wounds after open heart surgery, skin cancers, or radiation