Breast Treatment



Women with very large breasts may experience numerous problems due to excessive weight of the breasts. These symptoms may include neck and back pain, deep shoulder strap grooving from the brassiere, and skin irritation. Additionally, the person may be overly self-conscious about her appearance and/or have difficulty fitting into clothing properly.

Breast reduction creates a smaller, lighter and firmer breast by removing skin, fat and glandular tissue. This creates a breast that is better shaped and proportionate to a woman's body.

Dr. Grover utilizes a short-scar technique for many of his breast reduction surgeries. This "vertical mammaplasty" technique avoids any scar beneath the breast, and provides a more shapely breast.

The procedure is performed using general anesthesia in either an inpatient or outpatient setting. The procedure may be covered by medical insurance if deemed medically necessary.
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Breast Lift



Breast liftA cosmetic breast lift or "Mastopexy" surgery elevates and reshapes sagging breasts. A number of factors determine the shape of your breast: your skin, your breast volume, or your connective tissue. Breast lift surgeries are performed by altering one or all of these factors. Breast lifts reshape or remove excess skin, raise the remaining skin and tissue, and reposition the nipples. While these are all physical results that occur from breast lift surgery, what breast lifts really do is help a patient feel better about their feminine shape and contour. Mastopexy also helps treat unproportionate areolas.

There are a few different types of breast lifts that you should be aware of if you're considering breast lift surgery. A full breast lift uses multiple incisions and has the most effective results, offering a more conical breast shape. A modified breast lift, also known as a Benelli breast lift, uses only one incision by the areola. There’s far less scarring, but also less change. If you’re looking for a no scar breast lift solution for drooping breasts, the Benelli is a logical option. However, for more dramatic breast lift results, your surgeon may utilize a different approach.

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Breast Reduction



Women with very large breasts may experience numerous problems due to excessive weight of the breasts. These symptoms may include neck and back pain, deep shoulder strap grooving from the brassiere, and skin irritation. Additionally, the person may be overly self-conscious about her appearance and/or have difficulty fitting into clothing properly.

Breast reduction creates a smaller, lighter and firmer breast by removing skin, fat and glandular tissue. This creates a breast that is better shaped and proportionate to a woman's body.

Dr. Grover utilizes a short-scar technique for many of his breast reduction surgeries. This "vertical mammaplasty" technique avoids any scar beneath the breast, and provides a more shapely breast.

The procedure is performed using general anesthesia in either an inpatient or outpatient setting. The procedure may be covered by medical insurance if deemed medically necessary.

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Breast Augmentation



Breast lift Breast augmentation, or breast enlargement, enhances the size and shape of a woman's breast using either saline (salt water) or silicone gel implants.

The incision may be placed in the axilla (armpit), beneath the areola (colored area), or the fold beneath the breast. Dr. Grover utilizes the endoscopic (camera-assisted) transaxillary (armpit) approach for more than half of his patients requesting breast augmentation. This technique avoids placing any incisions on the breast and provides a pleasing aesthetic result with an inconspicuous scar that is hidden within the patient's own skin crease. A periarealor technique is also utilized for many patients.

The procedure is performed using general anesthesia in an outpatient setting.

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