Breast Augmentation Surgery Concord, New Hampshire
- What is Breast Augmentation Surgery?
- What are the different types of Breast Implants?
- What is the price of a Breast Augmentation?
- Should I have a Breast Lift and Augmentation?
- What if I want to remove my Breast Implants?
- Contact the Office
- Directions to the Office
- Local Hospital Privileges
What is Breast Augmentation Surgery in Concord, NH?
Breast augmentation surgery is a procedure that uses implants or fat transfer to change the size and shape of the breast. Breast enhancement is used to correct sagging and loss of volume in breasts associated with age, weight loss, pregnancy or breastfeeding.
A typical candidate for Breast Augmentation is a person who is healthy and not pregnant or breastfeeding. Breast Augmentation surgery patients are usually unhappy with the current size, shape, symmetry or volume of their breasts.
What are the different types of Breast Implants?
Choosing the right breast implant is a very personal choice for a patient. Patients may consider four key aspects when it comes to choosing their Breasts Implants:
The Aesthetic Society suggests the implant type a patient chooses is usually determined by their breast anatomy, body type, desired size increase, and skin elasticity.
There is a lot of information available on the different types of Breast Implants available for Breast Augmentation Surgery. Many patients wonder:
- Gummy Bear Implants or Round Implants?
- Silicone or Saline Implants?
- Textured or Smooth Implants?
To learn more about Breast Implants, please visit our blog on Breast Implants Explained.
Before committing to an implant, please contact a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon for a consultation where you can discuss your options, the benefits of each implant type and any associated risks.
What is the price of a Breast Augmentation Surgery in Concord, NH?
The total cost of a Breast Augmentation Surgery in Concord, NH may vary. Patients should take into account the surgeon’s expertise, credentials and experience. Patients who are gathering quotes from several surgeons should ensure that their quotes include any hospital or anesthesia costs.
If you are interested in learning more about the price of Breast Augmentation surgery, please visit our blog Breast Augmentation Cost: How Can I Afford it?
Should I have a Breast Lift and Augmentation?
In addition to Breast Augmentation surgery, many patients consider opting for a Breast Lift at the same time. A simultaneous procedure can give patients a fuller, lifted and more youthful breast contour.
Patients may also consider a Breast Lift if they are hoping to:
- Correct uneven or downward pointing nipples
- Reduce large areolas
- Restore the position and shape of their breasts post weight-loss or pregnancy.
If you are considering Breast Augmentation in Concord, NH or a Breast Augmentation with Lift, then the first step you should take is to seek out a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon that specializes in these procedures.
What if I want to remove my Breast Implants?
Breast Augmentation surgery patients may have a variety of reasons for wanting to replace their implants.
One of the main medical reasons why patients may want their implants removed is if they suffer from capsular contracture. Capsular contracture occurs when the capsule that forms around the implants contracts and squeezes the implant. There are various stages of capsular contracture that patients may suffer. If you believe you may be suffering, you may want to consider a variety of Capsular Contracture treatments.
Some patients may wish to have their implants removed and replaced because they wish to change an element of their implants. 41% of Breast Revision surgeries are performed on patients who regretted their initial choice of implant.
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Contact The Office
As with any form of surgery, patients should make sure they do their research and find a Board-Certified Breast Augmentation surgery specialist who has sufficient experience and that you connect with.
25 Walnut St, Suite 400,
Wellesley, MA 02481
Monday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Tuesday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Wednesday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
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- Get on US-6 W from Iyannough Rd
- Head southwest toward Iyannough Rd
- Turn left onto Iyannough Rd
- Continue straight to stay on Iyannough Rd
- Slight right to merge onto US-6 W toward Boston/Providence
- Continue on US-6 W. Take MA-3 N and I-95 N to MA-16 W/Washington St in Newton. Take exit 37 from I-95 N
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- Merge onto I-93
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- Take exit 37 for MA-16 W toward Wellesley
- Follow MA-16 W/Washington St and Walnut St to your destination in Wellesley
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Local Hospital Privileges
Anna Jaques Hospital
25 Highland Ave,
Newburyport, MA 01950
Monday: Open 24 Hours
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