Breast Enhancement Surgery
The breasts are one of the most iconic parts of the female figure. Women who feel self-conscious about their breasts can struggle with low self-esteem and poor body image. Cosmetic breast enhancement surgery can help women of all backgrounds embrace their bodies and love their curves.
At Harrington Plastic Surgery, we believe that every woman deserves to feel confident in her own skin. Dr. Harrington has helped women from the Twin Cities metro area and throughout Minneapolis achieve their ideal look with breast enhancement surgery.
Contact us online or call our Plymouth office today at 651-290-7600 to take the first step toward reaching your goal appearance.
Breast enlargement can fill out your figure and create more flattering proportions with the use of saline or silicone breast implants.
For women interested in having fuller breasts without implants, fat transfer breast augmentation offers a natural alternative. Fat grafting can enhance breast size and shape with a completely natural look and feel.
Breast augmentation is never a one-size-fits-all procedure, and a selection of breast implant choices, including saline or silicone implants, helps ensure that each woman can achieve her desired outcome.
Whether a change in your body or lifestyle inspires you to update your look, or a previous breast augmentation didn’t deliver your ideal outcome, breast implant revision surgery gives women a second chance at enjoying beautiful results.
Also known as mastopexy, breast lift surgery can rejuvenate a sagging profile by lifting and reshaping the breasts for a perkier look.
When overly large breasts cause physical discomfort or feelings of self-consciousness, breast reduction surgery can create lighter, more proportionate curves.
After a mastectomy or lumpectomy, breast reconstruction can help women achieve a sense of wholeness so they can move on from breast cancer with confidence. Contact us online or call our Plymouth office today at 651-290-7600 for more information about our breast enhancement surgery options.