Breast Surgery Milwaukee
Dr. Tracy McCall provides a variety of breast surgery procedures at her practice serving the greater Milwaukee area, including Waukesha, Pewaukee and Brookfield. Some of the most popular cosmetic procedures available today revolve around women and their bust lines. From reshaping to repositioning to rebuilding, there is a breast procedure that can address a variety of aesthetic concerns. We perform breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction, and breast reconstruction. Please contact Lake Country Plastic and Hand Surgery, serving the greater Milwaukee area for more information on breast surgery, or to schedule a consultation with McCall.
Many women are unhappy with the size of their breasts. They may feel that their clothes do not fit properly due to the smaller size of their bust, or they may be self-conscious wearing a swimsuit or form-fitting top. Breast augmentation enhances symmetry and improves self-confidence.
Some women are pleased with the size of their breasts, but are very unhappy with the shape. When your breasts flatten or start to droop and your nipples point downward, it may be time for a breast lift. A breast lift removes excess skin and tightens tissue to raise and firm your breasts.
Breast cancer is common, affecting one out of every eight women. Many times, mastectomy (full removal of the breast) or lumpectomy (partial removal of the breast) is needed. Breast reconstruction creates a soft, natural-looking breast for women who have experienced a mastectomy or lumpectomy.
Breast reduction, or reduction mammoplasty, removes fat, excess tissue and skin to minimize extremely big or pendulous breasts. Overly large breasts can cause a number of physical and psychological problems. A breast reduction can eliminate strain and help women feel confident about their bodies.
Breast Augmentation Revisions
If you are dissatisfied with the results of a previous breast augmentation, Dr. McCall can perform a breast implant revision surgery. This procedure can address concerns with the size, shape, or style of your implants, as well as issues such as capsular contracture.