Breast augmentation

Breast augmentation, or "boob job", as patients often call it, is done for patients who want to improve their breasts' overall size and shape, correct asymmetry, or restore volume and contour after weight loss or pregnancy. It involves using breast implants, or patients own fat to increase the breast size. This can also be done for breast reconstruction after mastectomy or injury.

Breast augmentation does correct mildly droopy but not severely drooping breasts. A breast lift may be required, along with a breast augmentation for sagging breasts to look lifted. Dr Klutch will help advise and guide you in making this decision and also assist you with choosing the right implant size, shape and type to suit your needs and lifestyle.

Breast implant removal

Breast implant removal and replacement/revision surgery are when Dr Klutch removes old/problematic or leaky breast implants and the capsule that forms around them from previous breast augmentation or breast reconstruction you may have had. She is also able to improve the overall shape of the breast and/areola at the same time. You may want to go bigger or smaller or change the profile of your next implant, and we are dedicated to how we can best assist you.

*Like most plastic surgery procedures, breast implant revision surgery is not a standard or routine procedure and needs to be tailored specifically to the patient's goals and desires. Therefore, this surgery should be performed by a certified plastic surgeon who is well-trained and experienced in all types of breast surgery and who will listen to the patient's goals and desires and will develop a surgical plan specifically to address all of the issues at the time of surgery.

Breast lift

A breast lift or mastopexy removes excess skin resulting from massive weight loss/ weight fluctuations/sun damage/pregnancy/ageing/gravity/genetics. It tightens the surrounding breast tissue to reshape and raise the breasts resulting in a perkier better shape. The areola can also become enlarged over time, and Dr Klutch will reduce this during your surgery.

Breast lift surgery does not significantly change the size of your breasts or round out the upper part of your breast. If you want your breasts to look fuller, consider breast lift and breast augmentation surgery. If you want smaller breasts, consider combining breast lift and breast reduction surgery.


Breast reduction

Breast reduction or reduction mammaplasty is a procedure where excess breast fat, glandular tissue, and skin are removed to achieve a breast size and shape that is more in proportion with your body and relieve the discomfort associated with macromastia (excessively large breasts). (macromastia).

Macromastia can cause physical and psychological discomfort resulting from the weight of their breasts. The resulting pain can make it challenging for some patients to perform everyday things easily, like exercising or finding correctly fitting clothes and bras. Shoulder, neck and back pain are common complaints, as well as rashes and bra straps cutting into their shoulders.

The solution: Breast reduction surgery

This procedure is performed by a qualified and certified Plastic and reconstructive surgeon. After careful patient assessment and screening by Dr Klutch, the breasts and areolas are reduced in size and the patient is left with smaller, perkier and more aesthetically shaped breasts.


1How long do breast implants last?
Today's implants are designed to endure over a decade on average, with the risk of rupture increasing by 1% per year. As a result, the older your implants are, the more likely they are to rupture or cause other issues. Breast implants can last up to 20 years in most situations.
2Is breast augmentation painful?
Pain and soreness are frequent for the first two to three weeks after breast augmentation, especially incisions. Following our postoperative instructions, including incision care, is an excellent approach to avoid issues that could cause further pain.
3How long does it take to recover from surgery?
Breast augmentation recovery takes 6 to 8 weeks on average. If you suffer issues, such as an infection or an implant leak, it could take longer. Follow your surgeon's instructions to ensure a quick recovery. Wear the healing bra and take care of your incisions according to the instructions.

When should I see a plastic surgeon?

For physical conditions that may necessitate a visit to a plastic and reconstructive surgeon, you will most likely be referred to Dr Klutch by your doctor. However, for cosmetic procedures, you can consult Dr Klutch whenever you are ready for plastic surgery.