Plastic, Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgery - Breast Surgery
Breast Surgery
Breast Augmentation Print E-mail
Breast augmentation is a commonly performed procedure that increases the size of the breasts. This surgery aims to increase the breast size so that they are more in proportion with the rest of your body, or to restore fullness to the breasts that is lost after breast feeding. This can improve your body image and restore your self confidence.
Breast Reduction Print E-mail
Excessive size of the breasts can cause many problems including neck ache, back pain and rashes in the skin creases under the breasts. Breast reduction surgery to reduce the size of the breasts may help to alleviate some of these problems as well as improving your self esteem by bringing the size of your breasts back into proportion with the rest of your body.
Male Breast Reduction (Gynaecomastia) Print E-mail

“Gynaecomastia” is a condition in which there is an increase in the size of the breast tissue in men. This can result from unknown causes, or caused by certain medications and drugs. Using small incisions around the nipples this tissue can be removed, and this is often combined with liposuction to help contour the edges of the breast tissue. 

Breast Reconstruction Print E-mail
A breast reconstruction is performed following the removal of a breast for cancer.  It may be performed at the time of the surgery to remove the breast or at a later date.  A breast reconstruction may involve the use of silicone implants or may be performed by the transfer of tissue from elsewhere on your body (usually the stomach).  Dr Lotz can advise which procedure would be the most appropriate for you.
Breast Lift (Mastopexy) Print E-mail
In women who have lost the fullness and shape of their breasts after breast feeding, a mastopexy can lift the breasts to their natural position. This operation is sometimes combined with the placement of implants to increase the size of the breasts and to replace the volume that has been lost. Sometimes this procedure is performed on only one side in order to increase the symmetry of the breasts.
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Dr Nicholas Lotz, MBBS BSc(Med) FRACS