Breast Procedures at the Avoca Clinic
If your body image and self-esteem is affected by the shape or size of your breasts, then breast surgery may be the right choice for you.
Whether you’re looking to enhance, reduce or lift your breasts, our team of experienced, qualified plastic surgeons are committed to offering the highest standard of quality and care, in a safe, comfortable and confidential setting.
You may be considering breast enlargement surgery to enhance the look of your natural breasts, correct asymmetry, gain fullness or attain a breast size that suits your body shape. Whatever your reason, the team at the Avoca Clinic is committed to providing personalized care, natural-looking results and helping you through your journey to looking and feeling great about yourself.
Keep reading to get your breast augmentation questions answered, view breast enhancement results from real Avoca patients and discover how our 3D simulations can help you visualize your breast augmentation results ahead of your procedure.
If you’re looking to achieve a breast size in proportion to your frame, or you’ve developed symptoms associated with overly large breasts, such as neck and back pain, skin issues and discomfort during exercise, then breast reduction surgery might be right for you. Of course, we know you don’t take this decision lightly, and we’re here to guide you every step of the way to achieving your desired appearance.
Keep reading for more on what to expect before, during and after your breast reduction procedure at the Avoca Clinic.
Whether through pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight loss, or simply the natural ageing process, your breasts may have lost their youthful shape and perkiness.
If you’re experiencing sagging, or your breasts have lost their firmness, a breast lift procedure from the experts at the Avoca Clinic can raise and reshape your breasts for a higher, more balanced appearance and restored confidence.
Keep reading for more on breast uplift surgery and recovery, as well as financing options for Avoca patients.