Breast Augmentation

If you wish to achieve increased breast volume or fullness, breast augmentation has helped women everywhere enhance their breast shape and body contour through the placement of breast implants. Every detail of the surgical process, including the type and size of implant utilized, the implant placement location, and the incision location, is personalized to suit your cosmetic goals for a remarkably natural-looking outcome.

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Breast Augmentation + Lift

In conjunction with desiring increased breast volume, many women seek to improve the appearance of sag for a rejuvenated and younger-looking breast appearance. For patients who prefer comprehensive improvement of their breast aesthetic, a breast augmentation plus lift is designed to achieve the benefits of both breast enhancement options in one surgery. Commonly referred to as a breast lift with implants, this dynamic combination procedure can reshape and enlarge the breasts while elevating their position on the chest wall.

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Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

A breast lift is a popular procedure designed to rejuvenate the breasts and minimize the look of breast sag. As a result of many internal and external forces, breast skin can lose its elasticity and cause the breasts to lose shape and projection. Medically termed a mastopexy, a breast lift is performed to remove excess breast skin, reshape breast tissue, and raise the breasts to a more youthful position on the chest wall. Through his extensive experience as a plastic surgeon, Dr. Leber was able to develop the “Dermal Wing Mastopexy”— a more effective approach to the traditional breast lift procedure that can better support the breasts and minimize the possibility of recurrent breast sag.

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Breast Reconstruction

Contending with the physical and emotional distress of a unilateral or bilateral mastectomy can be overwhelming for many women who have received a cancer diagnosis. To help lessen the impact of the diagnosis and resulting treatment, breast reconstruction is a series of procedures designed to rebuild a normal breast appearance and restore a patient’s body image. Dr. Leber is well-versed in the intricate nature of breast reconstruction and has the aesthetic knowledge and extensive surgical experience necessary to create a beautiful final outcome.

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Breast Reduction

Women with overly large breasts often face a number of physical burdens caused by excessive breast tissue, such as body pain, skin rashes and irritation, poor posture, and labored breathing. A breast reduction procedure can be a solution to these concerns by surgically removing excess breast tissue and reshaping the breasts to provide a more proportionate and manageable breast size in relation to your body posture. Many patients characterize breast reduction as a highly rewarding surgery, as the diminished physical strain of large breasts often allows an improved quality of life.

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Breast Revision Surgery

Breast revision surgery can be pursued for a number of reasons that are personal to each patient. Whether you are seeking a revisional surgery to address a breast implant complication that arose over time, wish to exchange your implants, or simply feel dissatisfaction from the outcome of a previous breast surgery performed by another plastic surgeon, breast revision can be an opportunity to achieve your ideal breast aesthetic.

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Gynecomastia Surgery

The visibility of male breast tissue can be a source of great insecurity and self-consciousness for men who experience lingering breast fullness that was never resolved during puberty—a condition known as gynecomastia. While gynecomastia cannot usually be improved with exercise or toning efforts, Dr. Leber offers treatment for the condition at his Boston practice. This procedure is designed to restore the masculine contours of the chest by removing excess fat or glandular tissue in the breasts.

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