Breast Implants are suitable for women who perceive their breasts as being too small, either because their breast tissue hasn’t fully developed, or as a result of the loss of breast tissue that often occurs after pregnancy and breast-feeding.
Small breasts may also be due to massive weight loss. If breast sagging accompanies small breast volume, breast lift operation called Mastopexy may be required. Breast implants and breast lift can be performed together or separately.
In addition, post-mastectomy breast reconstruction is also performed to correct the deformity resulting from the removal of a breast, e.g. for cancer.
This operation is very successful and has helped many women attain a better figure, which in turn has made an important psychological contribution to their feelings of femininity, confidence, general sense of well-being and happiness.
With almost 27 years of practice in Australia, the USA and Europe, Dr Jassim Daood is one of Australia’s most experienced and trusted cosmetic surgeon.
Dr Daood is a trusted professional and one of Australia’s leading surgeons, specialising in Breast Augmentation, Breast lift, Breast Reduction and Liposuction as well as all other cosmetic procedures. His perfectionist approach is evident in his patients’ results, and ever praising testimonials.
He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh / United Kingdom) and member of Fellow of the European Academy of Cosmetic Surgeons.
Fat removal by liposuction is one of the most exciting and effective treatments of modern cosmetic surgery. It is an excellent technique that produces very favourable results – it can also be judiciously employed with other procedures to enhance their effects.
However, we must have realistic expectations and remember that your final result will benefit from good eating habits and exercise.
The information provided on this site is not intended to replace the need for a doctor’s consultation. Final decisions should not be made until an individual assessment has taken place with the surgeon. There is no obligation on the part of the patient to undergo surgery by attending a consultation.