breastaugpicA breast augmentation is a very personal decision. Breast size is important to many women, and the decision to enhance their breast size is based on many factors. As a board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Marshall Yellen brings his skills and expertise in enlarging small breasts, correcting asymmetry and restoring fullness.

Several variations of the procedure exist, but all consist of making a small incision in the skin (in one of three locations) and placing a specifically designed implant under the breast tissue or muscle. The implants are usually placed in two main categories: those filled with either saline or silicone, a gel-like substance. These implants are either round or shaped offering a variety of sizes and profiles.

Women consult with Dr. Marshall Yellen at Plastic Surgery Clinic of Jackson for many reasons, including:

  • Desire for fuller breasts
  • To restore breast volume from being lost pregnancy, weight loss or breastfeeding
  • To recover better symmetry when breasts are uneven in shape or size augmentation

Breast augmentation surgery involves using a breast implant or even fat to increase the size of your breasts. We are able to take the fat from one area of your body and transfer it to enhance the size of your breasts. Women typically want surgery after weight loss or pregnancy, however we welcome any woman who wants to increase the size of her breasts.

Breast augmentation can have many benefits. First, it will increase the fullness and projection of your breasts. It will also improve the balance of your figure, enhancing your self-image and self-confidence.

Your consultation with Dr. Yellen will include a discussion of your concerns, expectations and desires, and the details of breast augmentation. This will also include the likely outcomes of breast surgery and any potential risks and complications. Dr. Yellen is dedicated to helping his patients achieve their aesthetic goals.

If you have any questions regarding breast augmentation or reduction surgery, contact us today at (731) 668-2490.