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One of the most frequently performed cosmetic surgery procedures in the USA, breast augmentation can give women with small or unevenly sized breasts a fuller, firmer, better proportioned look through the placement of implants behind the breast. Women may elect to undergo breast augmentation for many different motivations, including balancing breast size and compensating for reduced breast mass after pregnancy or surgery. The procedure may need to be combined with a breast lift for more satisfying results. Learn more about breast implants....

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Breast reconstruction is achieved through several plastic surgery techniques that attempt to restore a breast to near normal shape, appearance and size following mastectomy, lumpectomy or other trauma. Learn more about breast reconstruction...

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Large breasts may cause physical discomfort. The size and weight of large breasts can result in self-consciousness, improper posture, pain in the back and neck, indentations from bra straps, and skin rashes under the breasts. Breast reduction surgery is usually performed to provide physical relief from these symptoms. The procedure may be covered by your insurance.

Performed under general anesthesia, the three-to four-hour procedure removes fat and glandular tissue of the breast and trims resultant excess skin to produce smaller, lighter breasts that are in a more youthful position and demonstrate a healthier proportion to the rest of the body.
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Kenneth Gilbert MD plastic surgeon

Kenneth P. Gilbert, MD • Boston Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Serving Boston's South Shore and the Greater Boston Area in Massachusetts
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