Breast Enhancement Options for Land O’Lakes Patients
Are you considering a breast enhancement procedure and live in Land O’Lakes or a nearby community? If so, you can receive expert care and guidance from reputable plastic surgeon Dr. John Roach of the Bayside Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Dr. Roach is committed to providing his patients with the best care possible, and is especially dedicated to making sure that all of his patients are well-informed on their chosen procedures and that they feel comfortable throughout their cosmetic surgery experience. When you see Dr. Roach for your initial breast enhancement consultation, he will take the time to answer any questions you may have, as well as thoroughly explain the procedure and all of the options that are available, including:
- Implant type – Dr. Roach typically uses one of two types of silicone breast implants: silicone shells filled with a saline solution, or silicone shells filled with a cohesive, silicone gel. The saline implants only require small incisions to be placed inside the chest cavity, because they are filled after placement. Silicone gel implants offer the benefits of more natural looking and feeling breasts, but require larger incisions for placement.
- Implant size – Many patients come to Dr. Roach with an implant size already in mind for their surgery, but Dr. Roach will need to take into account your aesthetic goals, your unique anatomy, and your everyday lifestyle before suggesting an ideal implant size for you.
- Implant placement – Your breast implants can be placed beneath the pectoral muscle, above the muscle, or in such a way that the implant lies partially above and partially below the muscle. Dr. Roach will determine the ideal placement for you based on things like your anatomy and your desired aesthetic outcome.
If you’d like to learn more about the options available for your breast enhancement procedure in Land O’Lakes, or you are ready to schedule a consultation with Dr. Roach, contact the Bayside Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery today.