Breast Augmentation

This involves reducing the size of breasts that have become too large and are causing symptoms like backache/neck ache and rashes.
This involves increasing the size of breasts that have shrunk after breast feeding or are naturally small. Synthetic implants are almost always used. The procedure can be a D/C one or the patient may choose to stay overnight.

Breast Reduction

This involves reducing the size of breasts that have become too large and are causing symptoms like backache/neck ache and rashes. These breasts tend to droop significantly and the procedure entails a lift (mastopexy) as well as a reduction. The patient stays in hospital for two to three nights.

Breast Reconstruction

This involves reconstruction of the breast(s) using either the body’s own tissue (flap) or then a combination of a flap with an implant
This involves reconstruction of the breast(s) using either the body’s own tissue (flap) or then a combination of a flap with an implant. One or both breasts can be operated on at the same time. The patient usually stays two to three nights.

Gynecomastia (Male Chest)

This refers to surgery on male breast(s) that have increased disproportionately in size.