BREAST AUGMENTATION IN MIAMI, FLORIDA
For many women, the natural size or shape of their breasts is less than ideal. Genetics may result in a small breast size for some women, and others lose breast volume after pregnancy or even as they age. If you live in Miami and would like to improve the appearance of your breasts, a breast augmentation surgery can enhance both breast size and shape. Including:
|☛ Create a curvier figure||☛ Restore volume||☛ Enhance breast shape and definition|
|☛ Improve body proportions||☛ Boost self-confidence||☛ Help you look and feel more feminine|
Breast Augmentation FAQ
Q: How many times will I have to undergo a breast augmentation?
A: A breast augmentation should only take one procedure to achieve your desired results. Dr. Hochstein prides himself on performing the surgery right the first time. However, natural complications can occur that may require correction.
Q: What risks are associated with a breast augmentation?
A: As with all surgeries, a breast augmentation has possible risks and complications. These include an adverse reaction to the anesthesia, bleeding, infection, changes in nipple or breast sensation, implant rupture, capsular contracture, or the wrinkling of the skin over the implant. If you have any irregular feelings after a breast augmentation procedure, please contact Dr. Hochstein in Miami immediately.
Q: Will a breast augmentation surgery improve a sagging breast appearance?
A: A breast augmentation is not designed to treat sagging breasts. However, a breast lift can be combined with your augmentation if you need to correct weak, drooping tissue.
Q: How is implant size determined?
A: Choosing a suitable breast implant size is a critical step in planning the patient’s breast augmentation procedure. Dr. Hochstein will carefully examine the patient and her goals to determine the appropriate size. An implant that is too small or too large often produces an unsatisfactory result. Therefore, Dr. Hochstein believes that the best and most natural results are achieved by selecting an implant that is proportional to the patient’s anatomic features.