Recontour Your Breasts
If you are a man or woman who is looking to change the appearance of your breasts, the following procedures may be right for you.
Women who have large breasts may experience a variety of problems such as back, neck, and shoulder pain, and skin irritation. Breast reduction is usually performed for relief of these symptoms rather than to enhance the appearance of the breasts.
For those who want to improve the appearance of their breasts, breast augmentation is the ideal procedure. A breast enlargement procedure includes placing silicone or saline breast implants under/or over the breast muscle for additional volume.
Breast lift, or mastopexy, is a surgical procedure to raise and reshape sagging breasts after factors such as pregnancy, nursing, weight change, aging and gravity produce have changed their appearance.
Gynecomastia is a condition where men have enlarged female-like breast effecting dues to excessive glandular tissue or fat. Breast Gynecomastia correction is a surgery performed on men of any age who are healthy and emotionally stable.
Are you tired of trying everything under the sun to get a picture-perfect appearance? Do you want something more than serums and off-the-shelf skincare products? If so, then cosmetic surgery may be the answer.
At Clinique Dallas Cosmetic Surgery Center, we’re committed to helping our patients look and feel their best every single day. We offer a range of procedures that can transform your breasts and leave them looking naturally beautiful without any telltale signs of cosmetic surgery.
And because our team is made up of board-certified plastic surgeons, there’s no need to worry about anything. All you have to do is enjoy results that will make you feel like a million bucks!
Breast surgery is performed to enhance the appearance of a person’s breasts through augmentation, reduction, and more. Cosmetic surgeons improve their patients’ self-esteem, boost their morale, and help them live their lives to the fullest without feeling conscious about their bodies.
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Why Choose Clinique Dallas?
If you want to improve your looks or your self-esteem suffers at the hands of your insecurities, cosmetic surgery may be a solution for you. Whether you want to get a facelift to enhance your features or just want to get rid of sagging tummy fat, you deserve a beautiful body that you love.
At Clinique Dallas Cosmetic Surgery, we believe that beauty is a state of mind. Our surgeons specialize in making our patients look and feel their best, and we are proud to offer the most advanced cosmetic surgery procedures available. Contact us for a free consultation today and find out if cosmetic surgery is right for you.
Frequently Asked any
Before your procedure, prepare a list of questions to ask your surgeon. This will help ensure that you’re well-informed about your procedure and that you understand what to expect during recovery.
Ask about how long it should take to recover after surgery, how much pain you’ll experience, whether any follow-up appointments need scheduling, and what medications you’ll need to take afterward.
It’s also important to ask about potential risks associated with your procedure, as well as issues related to anesthesia and other medications that might be used during or following surgery.
While many people think they’ll look like they just stepped off a magazine cover after their cosmetic procedure, this isn’t always true. Depending on the type and extent of your surgery, you may have some swelling or bruising. Your incisions will also be tender, but they’ll heal very quickly. You may have a bandage over your incision site for a few days, but most patients have stitches removed between three and seven days after surgery.
It’s important to eat well before and after your procedure. The day before your surgery, eat light food — no red meat, sweets, or dairy products — and drink plenty of water so you’re well hydrated. On the day of your surgery, don’t eat or drink anything after midnight. Your doctor will tell you what you can eat when it’s time for solid food again (usually 72 hours after surgery).
To avoid any serious complications, don’t smoke and consume alcoholic beverages for at least 48 hours before your scheduled surgery.