What Type of Implant is Best For Me?

Breast augmentation is the most popular cosmetic surgery in the United States today, and its popularity continues to rise. Many women opt for this surgery because they are unhappy with their small breasts, and others choose breast augmentation to correct asymmetrical breasts. Breast implants may also be combined with a breast lift because they can add volume in the right place once the breasts are re-positioned. No matter what the reason that a woman wants to have breast augmentation, there are several very important things to consider regarding the implants.

Can I Breastfeed with Implants?

One of the first questions many women have about breast implants is whether they will be able to breastfeed in the future. The good news is that breastfeeding following a breast augmentation is very much possible. Women who want to breastfeed in the future can talk to Dr. Patterson about this concern, which allows him to create a surgical plan that will give a woman the very best chances of breastfeeding in the future.

5 Myths About Breast Implants

Breast implants are a very common topic among women today, but despite all the discussion, there is plenty of misinformation out there. Before considering breast implant surgery, it is important that women know the truth. Here are the five most common myths about breast implant surgery.

How to Know When You Need Breast Revision Surgery

Breast revision surgery is something that many women may need to face at one point in their lives. This type of surgery takes a very high level of skill, in fact far more skill than it took to do the original surgery. Dr. Patterson is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and is highly experienced in this type of revision surgery. This experience gives him the skills needed to create a beautiful and natural result that addresses all the areas of concern. Here are the signs that it may be time for a breast revision surgery.