Breast Augmentation – New Tampa

Breast Augmentation for New Tampa Patients

If you’re considering breast augmentation and live in the New Tampa area, you can visit esteemed breast surgeon Dr. John Roach at the Bayside Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Roach is a highly experienced plastic surgeon offering an array of cosmetic surgery options for New Tampa patients, though he is best known for his expertise as a breast surgeon and is especially renowned for performing breast reconstructions and augmentations for woman who have had mastectomies.

No matter your personal reason for seeking a breast augmentation, Dr. Roach will take the time to get to know you and understand your specific appearance goals, and help you navigate the many choices you’ll have to make before your breast augmentation procedure, like implant size and placement. After examining your breasts and learning about your health history and current lifestyle, Dr. Roach will be able to suggest the best type of breast implants to use for your breast augmentation surgery, as well as determine the ideal surgical technique for implant placement.

One of the most popular types of implants that Dr. Roach uses on his patients is the Mentor ® Memory Gel ® implant. These implants are made from a unique cohesive gel with a consistency similar to the inside of a gummy bear, so they are often referred to as “gummy bear implants.” The cohesive silicone gel maintains uniformity and is believed to provide a more natural look and feel to the breasts than other types of implants. When you visit Dr. Roach for your breast augmentation consultation, he will determine whether Mentor ® Memory Gel ® implants or some other type of implants will best help you meet your appearance goals.

To learn more or to schedule your initial plastic surgery consultation with Dr. Roach, contact the Bayside Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at 727-378-5808. Dr. Roach is proud to be the breast implant surgeon of choice for patients in New Tampa and surrounding communities.

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