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Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health, offers a variety of breast procedures in Dallas—from breast implants and breast augmentations to breast reductions and reconstructions—to assist with patients’ cosmetic and medical challenges.

Breast augmentation plastic surgery procedures

Enhancement surgery is more safe, popular and natural-looking than ever thanks to technological advancements in breast augmentation procedures and breast implants.

Breast implants or augmentation

Breast implants—also known as breast enlargement, breast enhancement, mammoplasty enlargement or augmentation mammoplasty—enlarges small breasts or restores breast volume lost after having children. Additionally, breast implant plastic surgery can create a more balanced, proportionate figure.

Breast lift

A breast lift plastic surgery procedure, or mastopexy, is ideal for women whose breasts have begun to sag or lose their shape as a result of pregnancy, gravity or weight loss. The removal of excess skin and lifting of the nipples helps breasts appear fuller and with a more youthful shape.

Breast reduction

Breast reduction (reduction mammoplasty) offers a solution to cosmetic and medical problems caused by large, sagging breasts. The plastic surgeon here in Dallas removes excess skin and breast tissue during the breast augmentation and sculpts the remaining tissue into a smaller, more flattering shape. Breast reduction can give women with large breasts relief from discomfort—both physical and emotional.

Breast reconstruction

Breast reconstruction is a type of plastic surgery that can be performed either immediately following a mastectomy to create a breast similar in appearance to the breast that was removed or years later. Breast reconstruction can improve the significant differences in the size and shape of many women’s breasts. Current federal legislation requires health insurers to cover the cost of these plastic surgery procedures.