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What is a Breast Augmentation?

The breasts are a defining feature of a woman’s body that, for many, signifies femininity, sexuality, and beauty. From weight change to pregnancy to age, many factors can change a woman’s breasts throughout her life. Breast augmentation can significantly boost confidence and change a woman’s shape.

Some of the most common breast augmentation procedures include:

Adds volume to the breasts either by surgically placing a silicone or saline implant into the breast pocket or a fat transfer to the breasts.

(Breast Augmentation
with Fat Grafting)

The process of taking excess, unwanted fat from one region of the body and injecting it into the breasts can achieve a natural breast enhancement.

Breast asymmetry occurs when one breast has a different size, volume, position, or form from the other. A breast mastopexy, or breast lift, may be performed.

Breast Augmentation with Implant

Adds volume to the breasts either by surgically placing a silicone or saline implant into the breast pocket or a fat transfer to the breasts.

Fat Transfer To Breast

(Breast Augmentation
with Fat Grafting)
The process of taking excess, unwanted fat from one region of the body and injecting it into the breasts can achieve a natural breast enhancement.

Breast Asymmetry Correction

Breast asymmetry occurs when one breast has a different size, volume, position, or form from the other. A breast mastopexy, or breast lift, may be performed.

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Why Barrett Plastic Surgery?

Barrett Plastic Surgery specializes in natural-looking breast augmentation and enhancements. Based on the leadership and world-renowned techniques of Dr. Daniel Barrett, the Barrett Breast Augmentation sets the standard for high success rates, low downtime, and minimal scarring. 

A Barrett Breast Augmentation includes:

  • Detailed scar protocols (including the five-layer closure technique) before, during, and after surgery to reduce pain and visible scarring.
  • Holistic, long acting approaches to pain management and recovery to vastly reduce pain and minimize post-operative downtime.
  • Best-in-class technologies to successfully reduce the risk of side effects like capsular contracture far below national averages.
  • Customization to achieve your specific body goals with natural-looking results.

Why Barrett
Plastic Surgery?

Barrett Plastic Surgery specializes in natural-looking breast augmentation and enhancements. Based on the leadership and world-renowned techniques of Dr. Daniel Barrett, the Barrett Breast Augmentation sets the standard for high success rates, low downtime, and minimal scarring. 

A Barrett Breast Augmentation includes:

  • Detailed scar protocols (including the five-layer closure technique) before, during, and after surgery to reduce pain and visible scarring.
  • Holistic, long acting approaches to pain management and recovery to vastly reduce pain and minimize post-operative downtime.
  • Best-in-class technologies to successfully reduce the risk of side effects like capsular contracture far below national averages.
  • Customization to achieve your specific body goals with natural-looking results.

Augmentation

Breast Lift

Breast Reduction

Tubular Breast Release

What Our Patients Say

Questions & Answers

Traditional boob jobs add volume to the breasts by surgically placing a silicone or saline implant into the breast pocket.

After breast augmentation surgery, you should expect three days of full downtime and relative downtime for at least two weeks. You can expect pain, swelling, and sensitivity for a few weeks, but it should subside enough within the first few days to allow you to return to most of your activities without significant discomfort.

There are many factors that go into choosing the right size breast implant. These can include: 

  • Your body size and shape
  • Your desired breast augmentation look and size
  • The amount of breast tissue you currently have 
  • Your lifestyle

You should discuss your options with your surgeon, but ultimately, this is a very personal decision that only you can make.

There is no link between breast implants and breast cancer. A common complication of breast enlargement with implant is capsular contracture. Choosing an experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon to perform your procedure is critical in reducing this risk.

Breast implants can be placed to minimize any interference with breastfeeding, however, any surgery on the breast you can potentially affect its functionality.

The cost of breast augmentation depends on many factors: your choice of board-certified plastic surgeon, the type of implant you choose (saline implants are less expensive than silicone implants), and the placement of your implant (under vs. over the muscle). 

During this cosmetic surgery, your surgeon inserts your implants through the areola, nipple sensitivity is always a risk during any kind of surgery in this area, and any time you do surgery on the breast you can potentially affect its functionality, which includes sensitivity.

Breast implants can last anywhere from 10-20 years, however Dr. Barrett (and the FDA) recommend replacing your breast implants every 10 years. 

There are many different types of implants that can be used to achieve your breast goals. Saline breast implants are filled with saline and are typically the cheapest option. Silicone implants are filled with silicone gel and give a more natural look and feel. Gummy bear implants are made of a cohesive silicone gel, preventing silicone leaking in instances of implant rupture.

Questions & Answers

Traditional boob jobs add volume to the breasts by surgically placing a silicone or saline implant into the breast pocket.

After breast augmentation surgery, you should expect three days of full downtime and relative downtime for at least two weeks. You can expect pain, swelling, and sensitivity for a few weeks, but it should subside enough within the first few days to allow you to return to most of your activities without significant discomfort.

There are many factors that go into choosing the right size breast implant. These can include: 

  • Your body size and shape
  • Your desired breast augmentation look and size
  • The amount of breast tissue you currently have 
  • Your lifestyle

You should discuss your options with your surgeon, but ultimately, this is a very personal decision that only you can make.

There is no link between breast implants and breast cancer. A common complication of breast enlargement with implant is capsular contracture. Choosing an experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon to perform your procedure is critical in reducing this risk.

Breast implants can be placed to minimize any interference with breastfeeding, however any time you do surgery on the breast you can potentially affect its functionality.

The cost of breast augmentation depends on many factors: your choice of board-certified plastic surgeon, the type of implant you have (saline implants are less expensive than silicone implants), and the placement of your implant (under vs. over the muscle). 

If your surgeon inserts your implants through the areola, nipple sensitivity is always a risk during any kind of surgery in this area, and any time you do surgery on the breast you can potentially affect its functionality, which includes sensitivity.

Breast implants can last anywhere from 10-20 years, however Dr. Barrett (and the FDA) recommend replacing your breast implants every 10 years. 

There are many different types of implants that can be used to achieve your breast goals. Saline breast implants are filled with saline and are typically the cheapest option. Silicone implants are filled with silicone gel and give a more natural look and feel. Gummy bear implants are made of a cohesive silicone gel, preventing silicone leaking in instances of implant rupture.