Don't your breasts deserve the best?
Dr. Eberbach is in the top 1% in South Florida for breast augmentations. Dr. E is known throughout the Tampa Bay area for producing exceptional results when it comes to breast augmentations, breast lifts, and breast reductions. If you’re unhappy with the size, shape or appearance of your breasts, you might be considering breast enhancement surgery. Or maybe you’re tired of the nagging back pain and postural issues caused by overly large breasts. You’ve probably heard the lingo: implants and lifts and reductions. You may have also heard conflicting information. Before deciding on a life changing procedure, it is important to learn about the various kinds of breast enhancement available. Here is an Eberbach crash course to get you up to speed on the different procedures, and who they can benefit the most. There are also photo galleries on each page that show beofre and after photos of patients.
Breast augmentation is the most common cosmetic surgical procedure in the United States and includes many different approaches to altering breast size and shape. Breast implants are the best known augmentation approach. There are two main types of FDA-approved implants: saline implants and silicone implants. Both are made from a solid silicone, rubber shell; the shell is filled with either saline (sterile salt water) or elastic silicone gel. Women who opt for breast implants have usually been dissatisfied with the size of their breasts for some time and are ready to make an investment in their appearance.
A breast lift, also known as a mastopexy, literally lifts or changes the shape of the breasts. There are full breast lifts or modified breast lifts, depending on the look you want. Often part of a “Mommy Makeover,” breast lifts are ideal for women who have children and are looking to get back to their pre-pregnancy bodies. Women who have lost a significant amount of weight and don’t like the saggy look of their breasts can also opt for a breast lift, which moves the nipples higher up on the chest and restores a more youthful firmer look.
Both women and men are candidates for breast reduction, also called reduction mammoplasty. Men with gynecomastia (larger mammary glands in men), women who have overly large breasts, often opt for this surgery. For both women and men, breast reduction can help ease their pain.