Breast implants can help you accomplish your cosmetic goals and boost your self-confidence. However, you’re not alone if you’re considering removing them. Approximately 20,500 patients underwent breast implant removal in the United States in 2017, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, apart from certain types of skin cancer. An estimated 1 in 8 women will receive a breast cancer diagnosis in America.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month helps to encourage discussion, action, and a sense of community in the face of this disease. This is a time for everyone to come together to share stories of survival, donate time or money, and advocate for breast health.
It's another hot, sunny summer across Colorado, and opportunities abound to take a dip in the pool or lake. If you've experienced pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding, you probably already know that these life events can lead to physical changes, particularly changes to the shape of your breasts. For this reason, it's normal to feel a little less happy with the way you look in a bikini or swimsuit. If you want to restore firmer breasts with improved shape, then one of the following may be a good option for you:
Our experienced Denver breast surgeons can answer all of your questions during a complimentary cosmetic consultation. Call (720) 457-4471 to schedule one. Common questions include:
What type of Breast Surgery is right for me?
There are several breast procedures, each producing a specific outcome:
All women have some degree of asymmetry between their breasts. Our doctors like to tell patients, "Breasts are sisters, not twins." Your asymmetry may be more or less pronounced, and more or less noticeable than some other women experience. In certain cases, especially when the asymmetry is quite pronounced, there may be a breast surgery technique to make your breasts more similar to one another.