Breast surgery is tailored to each individual patient and a number of decisions need to be made with regards to your procedure. The selection of the breast implant shape and texture, fill material (silicone versus saline), position and incision location are all decisions which are undertaken with Dr. Mosser’s assistance and tailored to your individual needs.
Breast implants can be placed through a number of different locations, such as the axillary incision (armpit), periareolar incision (along the darker portion of the areola), or inframammary fold incision (underneath the breast) can be options for breast augmentation. The Natrelle implant company created the Pre-Consultation Kit for patients considering breast augmentation.
The kit contains implant sizers, an educational DVD, and exclusive specials. To learn more click here. Bay area patients have a clear advantage with Dr. Mosser’s extensive knowledge and experience, helping patients obtain beautiful, natural breast enhancement results.
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Some patients need only a small incision right around the areola (pigmented skin surrounding the nipple), while others will require further incisions to remove the excess skin, while for others, a breast implant can slightly increase the volume of breasts and give the appearance of slightly lifted breasts.
During your consultation, San Francisco Plastic Surgeon Dr. Mosser takes the time to discuss your aesthetic goals and discuss the best treatment options with you to give you a more youthful breast shape and contour.
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Inverted Nipple Correction
In the past, women with inverted nipples were reticent about demanding help; San Francisco Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Mosser now receives more frequent requests for information and help from women seeking a surgical solution. Fortunately, the condition can be easily corrected, and Dr. Mosser is happy to explain the various surgical techniques available for inverted nipple correction.