Breast procedures account for the majority of plastic surgery procedures. These operations include increasing breast volume, decreasing volume to improve symptoms, improving breast shape, and recreating absent breast tissue, nipple, or areola after tumor removal.
Consultation with Dr. McDaniel will be helpful to determine the specific procedure that will be most beneficial for you.
Breast procedures are very popular plastic surgery operations. These include increasing breast volume (augmentation), decreasing volume to improve symptoms (reduction), improving breast shape (mastopexy or fat grafting), and recreating absent breast tissue, nipple, or areola after tumor removal (reconstruction).
Consultation with a Dr. McDaniel, board-certified plastic surgeon ,will be helpful to determine the specific procedure that will be most beneficial for you.
Augmentation mammaplasty utilizes silicone or saline-filled breast prostheses, or implants, to enhance breast size. For more information, please click here.
Mastopexy, or breast lift, involves removal of excess skin and a small amount of tissue to reposition and restore youthful shape to the breasts.
Reduction mammoplasty carries the highest satisfaction rate of any operation in plastic surgery, and is designed to decrease or eliminate symptoms caused by large breasts. For more information please click here.
Male Breast Reduction
Male breast enlargement (or Gynecomastia correction) is a common disease. This most often occurs without a clear cause, but may also occur because of medications or hormonal imbalance. Male breast reduction is often able to be performed through smaller incisions than in females. Techniques must be modified for each individual patient to provide optimal results.
Reconstruction after partial or total mastectomy can improve clothing fit and self-confidence. The Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998 requires all group health plans to reimburse breast reconstruction after cancer.
Nipple Reconstruction & Areolar Tattoo
Reconstruction of the nipple is helpful after breast reconstruction or in cases of an incompletely formed or congenitally absent nipple. Skin is used to create the nipple, followed by shaded tattooing of the areola. Tattooing may be repeated if fading of the pigment occurs.
Schedule a Consultation with Dr. McDaniel
A consultation with Dr. McDaniel will be helpful to determine the procedure/procedures that will be most beneficial for you.
Whether your goal is restoration of functionality or enhancing the esthetics of one or many parts of your body, Dr. McDaniel combines the expertise and personable bedside manner to make your journey as pleasant and rewarding as possible.