Breast Plastic Surgery Procedures

We are so thankful you contacted us to help you in your plastic surgery journey. While the term breast implant illness is currently not an official medical diagnosis, it has become synonymous with certain inflammatory symptoms that may or may not be the result of, or exacerbated by, having breast implants. There is currently no way to diagnose breast implant illness or even a medical code for it.

However, due to recent changes in regulations from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the FDA, Dr. Webb is no longer offering breast augmentation surgery for first time implant patients. We will never be the office that values income over risk.

Therefore, we are still performing breast implant exchanges and removals and fat grafting to the breast with liposuction. Oftentimes, patients find that lifting the breast tissue they naturally have will give them a fuller look without the need for implants. We also offer fat transfer to the breast as an alternative. This is a great procedure for those who want to be a little larger in cup size or who want more fullness in certain areas all while losing some inches in other areas!

Let Confidence Be Your New Look

A woman’s breasts are a sign of her femininity and oftentimes a cause of concern when not the size or shape she thinks they should be. Thanks to Dr. Webb, every women has the power to boost her self-confidence by taking control of her image.

Whether your breasts are too large, too small, sagging, or oddly shaped, Dr. Webb can transform them into breasts you can feel proud to be a part of your body.

Our breast procedures include:

Look As Young As You Feel

Due to gravity, weight loss or gain, pregnancy, and other factors, a woman’s breasts can lose their youthful shape and position. All of our breast procedures can help any issue you may find with your breasts. Let us help you regain your youthful body and self-esteem at the same time.

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