Finding female plastic surgeons in your area is easy. Simply follow the links above to select your state and then the city closest to you. Then fill out our form with some basic information so that your request can be routed to the woman surgeon who is the best fit for you. Questions are encouraged so that your surgeon can better understand the scope of your needs and address them properly. Please allow two business days for a response as our female plastic surgeons are often very busy working to help their patients. Once you have been contacted, you and your plastic surgeon will work together to arrange a consultation before your surgery. Please contact one of our female plastic surgeons today. Items of discussion are breast augmentation photos breast augmentation cost and transumbilical breast augmentation. Discussion forums complications from surgery and plastic surgery financing. Post breast augmentation infection recovering from breast augmentation. Incision sites facts submuscular breast augmentation belly button breast augmentation and revision. Other topics discussed and other female plastic surgery procedures including saline breast implants and silicone breast implants.

If you are undergoing breast augmentation, be aware that breast implantation may not be a one time surgery. You are likely to need additional surgery and visits to your female plastic surgeon over the course of your life. Breast implants are not considered lifetime devices. You will likely under go implant removal with or without replacement over the course of your life. Many of the changes to your breast following implantation are irreversible (cannot be undone). If you later choose to have your implant(s) removed, you may experience unacceptable dimpling, puckering, wrinkling, or other cosmetic changes of the breast. Ask your female plastic surgeon about replacement issues. Breast implants may affect your ability to produce milk for breast feeding. Also, breast implants will not prevent your breast from sagging after pregnancy. With breast implants, routine screening mammography will be more difficult, and you will need to have additional views, which means more time and radiation. For patients who have undergone breast implantation either as a cosmetic or a reconstructive procedure, health insurance premiums may increase, coverage may be dropped, and/or future coverage may be denied. Treatment of complications may not be covered as well. You should check with your insurance company regarding these coverage issues.

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