Archive for April, 2018

Breast Reduction San Francisco

The Breast Reduction surgery has a high rate of satisfaction in women who undergo the procedure in order to reduce the size and weight of their breasts. It can result in more comfortable and confident living. Overly large breasts puts a constant strain on the neck, back, and shoulders and can restrict physical activity and make finding clothing that fits appropriately more difficult. Aside from the physical strain and restraints disproportionately large breasts can cause, some women feel self-conscious of the size of their breasts in public.

The Breast Reduction procedure reduces the breasts to a size more comfortable for the woman. Dr. Anthony works with each patient to understand their specific concerns and goals and uses that to create the best procedure plan for achieve the results they want. If you are interested in learning more about Breast Reduction and to find out if you may be a good candidate for the procedure, contact our office to schedule your consultation with Dr. Anthony today.

Breast Augmentation Prep San Francisco

Breast Augmentation Prep starts with a consultation with a plastic surgeon. During your consultation the plastic surgeon will ask you about your goals, your concerns, your medical history, and will examine your breasts. During this consultation the plastic surgeon will determine if you are a good candidate for the procedures and, if so, start to formulate the best procedure plan for achieving the desired results. During the consultation the patient is also interviewing the plastic surgeon in a sense to find out if they are the best plastic surgeon for them. It is important to find a plastic surgeon who has the training, certification, experience necessary to give you the safest procedure possible, as well as one who understands you aesthetic goals.

Before the procedure, your Breast Augmentation prep may include getting a blood test, you may be asked to adjust any medications you are taking, if you are a smoker you will be asked to stop, and you will be advised to not take any aspirin or other anti-inflammatory drugs, which can increase bleeding during the procedure. If you are interested in learning more about the breast augmentation prep process and to find out if you may be a good candidate for this procedure, contact our office to schedule your confidential consultation with Dr. Anthony today.