Breast Implant Surgery for Land O’Lakes

Breast Implant Surgery for Land O’Lakes Patients

Are you considering breast implant surgery and live in Land O’Lakes or a nearby community? If so, you can receive superior care from a highly experienced and reputable plastic surgeon when you turn to the Bayside Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Our resident surgeon, Dr. John Roach, has performed countless breast augmentations for patients from Land O’Lakes and elsewhere throughout the Tampa Bay area. Dr. Roach completed seven years of intensive training in general, plastic, and reconstructive surgery, and is highly esteemed for his skill as a breast surgeon. Dr. Roach is also known for providing his patients with attentive, personalized care throughout their plastic surgery experience.

During your initial consultation, Dr. Roach will want to learn about your reasons for wanting surgery and the goals and expectations you have for your breast augmentation with implants. He will also ask you questions about your health history and lifestyle. Using this information, Dr. Roach will be able to make the best recommendations for your surgery in terms of:

  • Implant type – Dr. Roach typically uses one of two types of implants: silicone shells filled with a saline solution or silicone shells filled with a cohesive silicone gel. The silicone gel implant is believed to offer a more natural look and feel to the breasts, and is a popular option among Dr. Roach’s breast augmentation patients.
  • Size – Depending on your existing breast tissue, your lifestyle, and your aesthetic goals, Dr. Roach will suggest an implant size that he believes will work best for you.
  • Placement – Your implants can be placed on top of the pectoral muscle, beneath the pectoral muscle, or in a position in which they lie partially above and partially below the muscle.

To learn more about the options available for your breast implant surgery in Land O’Lakes, or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Roach, contact the Bayside Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery today.

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