Breasts can naturally be too small or too large. Size and shape can also be affected by pregnancy, breast-feeding, weight gain or loss. Women can achieve their desired breasts through breast augmentation (enlargement), reduction or lifting procedures. We understand the desires specific to New Zealand women who are unique in their combination of body type and lifestyle.
The surgical technique of breast augmentation is tailored to your individual needs for women who may feel that their breast size and shape is unsatisfactory.
Breast reconstruction allows women to gain back their femininity after mastectomy performed for breast cancer.
A breast lift (mastopexy) is a surgical procedure that lifts the breast, removing droopiness, and keeps your current bra cup size the same. I
Breast augmentation mastopexy is a cosmetic procedure that increases the size, and improves the shape and appearance of the bust.
A breast reduction is a surgical procedure that reduces bust size and also lifts the breast. It removes excess breast gland, fat and skin to reduce your cup size to make it more in proportion with your body.
Gynaecomastia surgery is a surgical procedure that reduces breast size for men. It removes excess fat, breast gland and skin to flatten and shape the chest to a more masculine appearance.
Breast augmentation is performed using implants sourced only from the world's leading manufacturers. Revision breast augmentation surgery is offered by both of our plastic and cosmetic surgeons who are experienced in these techniques. Female breast reduction and breast lift (mastopexy) surgery are performed using techniques that maximise shape and minimise scarring. Men who develop unwanted breast shape (gynaecomastia) can also have their chest size reduced with male specific breast reduction surgery.
Modern male breast reduction is performed using liposuction and surgery to through small incisions to conceal scars and make them inconspicuous. Female breast reconstruction requires considerable experience in plastic and cosmetic breast surgery to reconstruct defects following breast cancer surgery. Breast reconstruction is a process that both our surgeons are dedicated to.