Q: Dr. Eppley, I am interested in extra large breast implants. I now have cc saline implants and my wish is to come to or over. I want my breasts higher, more together in the middle of the chest. Now they go outside to the sides.. Before my current saline implants I had silicone breast implants.
Extra Large Breast Implants
Extra Large Breast Implants - Plastic Surgeon | Dr. Barry L. Eppley, MD
New patients want to see what results they can expect to achieve with enlargement surgery. Some patients who have already undergone surgery allowed us to post their before surgery and after surgery pictures in our photo gallery. Surgical Options. Morganstern Medical offers a number of options for men seeking enlargement. In fact, we currently have twenty variations of selections at our clinic. For men who believe they have a micropenis, we have procedures available for correction. See micropenis photos below.
Before & After Photos from ASAPS Surgeons
These MTF Breast Augmentation before and after photos provide you with a look at results organized by surgeon. Photos of MTF Breast Augmentation surgery results can also help you understand more about a surgeon's skills and techniques. When evaluating before and after photos to visualize your potential results, be sure to match up your body type to photos of those with similar body composition. Not all surgeons have documented their MTF Breast Augmentation surgery results thoroughly, and many don't publish photos online. However, your surgeon should be able to show you photos of their patients' results at your consultation.
Most mothers who have had breast surgery are able to produce some milk. Some surgeries impact milk production more than others. Research is limited; however, there have been no recent reports of clinical problems in infants of mothers with silicone breast implants. In , the American Academy of Pediatrics AAP issued a statement regarding the Transfer of Drugs and Other Chemicals into Human Milk external icon , indicating that the Committee on Drugs felt there was insufficient evidence to justify classifying silicone implants as a contraindication to breastfeeding.