Breathtaking breast augmentation options in the Plano, Dallas, and Frisco area
Full, well-shaped breasts balance a woman’s proportions. The waistline looks smaller, and clothes fit better. Breast augmentation in the Plano, Dallas and Frisco area is beautifully tailored to your unique body type and goals at Noble Cosmetic Surgery – Patrick Obasi, M.D.
Conventional implant surgery options
Traditional implant surgery usually involves an incision in the crease under the breast at the inframammary fold (IMF). Transaxillary, implants placed through an incision at the armpit; or periareola, incisions around the nipples, are also options.
You and Dr. Obasi determine which type of implant will give you the shape and size you desire:
- Saline – A liquid that exists in your body naturally. Saline can be a good choice for smaller implants (rippling may be visible for large breast sizes).
- Silicone – These implants feel soft and natural.
- Gummy bear – A firmer type of silicone implant that will not deflate if the protective shell ruptures.
- Round – Silicone implants generally have a teardrop shape, with more projection at the bottom. However, some women prefer more noticeable top curve.
- Smooth – Smooth implants have a supple feel, and more natural movement.
- Textured – Internal scar tissue adheres to textured implants, reducing risk of accidental repositioning.
- Silicone – These implants feel soft and natural. Dr. Obasi always use the Keller Funnel to place all silicone implants. This is a (no touch technique) that prevents infections and help to easily insert the silicone implants into the breasts through very small incisions.
Autologous fat transfer
Fat is harvested from other areas of your body, processed, and transferred to breasts to supplement size and shape. The procedure is less invasive than implants, and suitable for smaller enhancement.
Breast augmentation can be performed with breast lift for even more figure improvement. Call (214) 974-4411 to schedule a breast augmentation consultation at Noble Cosmetic Surgery in Plano.