- Breast enlargement with either implant, a patient’s own fat, or a combination of the two.
- Breast reduction for both women and men.
- Correction of asymmetrical breasts, as in the case of congenital abnormalities like Poland’s syndrome, where one breast does not develop at all.
- Breast lifts can be performed, combined with reduction, enlargement, or fat grafting to lift sagging breasts.
- Reconstruction of breasts after breast cancer, utilizing a patient’s own tissues (autologous breast reconstruction), placing breast implants (often after a tissue expander was placed), using a patient’s fat, or using a combination.
- Areolas can be made smaller, inverted nipples corrected, or too-large nipples reduced.
- For breast cancer, new nipples can be created for patients where nipples must be removed. Areola or nipple tattooing often restores the nipple-areola complex, even if only artistically.