Cosmetic Breast Surgery

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You want your breasts to look different. You also want them to look natural.

That is the specialty of Drs. Showalter and Vastine. Both have extensive experience performing breast reductions, breast lifts (or mastopexy), breast augmentations using implants, breast reconstruction for cancer patients, and gynecomastia reduction (male breast reduction).

Breast Augmentation

With breast implant surgery, also known as breast augmentation, you’ll have the option of changing your breast size and shape immediately. You can add volume to your breasts and curves to your profile, all in one procedure. Women have breast …

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Breast Reconstruction

Women most often seek breast reconstruction surgery after a breast cancer diagnosis and mastectomy, but reconstruction may also be required due to issues like trauma or congenital defects. Since we have experience in all types of breast surgery, we can present …

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Breast Reduction

Very large breasts can be the source of serious problems for women, causing physical, social, and emotional distress and making it difficult to carry out normal daily activities. For many, breast reduction surgery offers significant relief by removing much of …

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Breast Implant with Tissue Expander

Reconstruction using an implant and a tissue expander requires a staged approach. Often, mastectomy surgery doesn’t leave enough tissue to adequately cover a new implant. Instead, a tissue expander is put in place, and slowly increased in volume through a series of in-office …

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Breast Asymmetry Correction

While all women have some degree of breast asymmetry, those with a noticeable difference may choose to have corrective surgery. Our doctors will describe which breast surgery techniques are appropriate during a personal consultation.

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Latissimus Flap

The latissimus dorsi flap method of breast reconstruction has been in use for more than 30 years. Like the TRAM flap, the latissimus flap uses tissue from your body to reconstruct the breast.  This method, commonly combined with a tissue expander and …

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Nipple Reconstruction

Women may require nipple reconstruction as part of breast reconstruction, or for other reasons such as trauma or infection. Dr. Showalter and Dr. Vastine are able to create a new nipple during reconstruction surgery. Once the new nipple is healed, pigment is added during an …

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Post-Mastectomy Reconstruction

This procedure may be performed at the time of the mastectomy, or it could take place after the mastectomy. A number of options are available for post-mastectomy reconstruction.

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Removal or Revision of Breast Implants


Occasionally, women who have had cosmetic breast augmentation will have to have their implants removed or exchanged. This may happen for a variety of reasons, including implant rupture, scar tissue formation, breast cancer diagnosis, or simply the desire for a …

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TRAM Flap

A TRAM flap breast reconstruction uses your own abdominal tissues to construct a new breast. During a TRAM (for Transverse Rectus Abdominus Myocutaneous) flap procedure, the breast is reconstructed from muscle, skin and fat. Although the TRAM procedure can mean a longer …

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Breast

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Men

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Non-Surgical