Mommy Makeover: What Areas Does the Procedure Target?

Pregnancy can take a toll on your body, affecting your mid-section, breast, legs and more. After nine months of carrying your little one and the time it takes to nurse, you’ll be more than ready to restore that pre-baby body! You may look for results by dieting, exercising, seeking non-invasive treatments, or cosmetic enhancements. All have been proven effective in achieving post-pregnancy body bliss, but consider a Mommy Makeover if you have more than one area of concern.

A Mommy Makeover is a single-session surgery that combines three procedures; an abdominoplasty, breast augmentation/lift and liposuction in order to target the three common areas of post-pregnancy issues.

Breast Procedures: During pregnancy and after nursing, women experience changes in size, shape or unevenness in symmetry. Breast Augmentation surgery is one of the most common and frequently performed cosmetic enhancements in the United States. The procedure is also used after childbirth to correct a change in size or shape of breasts. To correct this issue, plastic surgeons use breast implants, breast augmentation or a breast lift to enhance the appearance.

Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck): After carrying a child for nine months, the stretching of the skin around your waistline doesn’t just bounce back. After naturally losing weight and some dieting the pounds could shred back to your original weight or you may have remnants of sagging skin. A tummy tuck removes any excess skin and restores firmness resulting in a slimming appearance. Remember not one procedure is perfect for everyone, if choosing this procedure there are four different types to consider.

  • Traditional-full abdominoplasty
  • Extended-belt lipectomy, removing “love handles”
  • Mini-partial abdominoplasty
  • Circumferential-around the waistline, used with massive weight loss patients

Liposuction: This procedure removes fat by suction and vacuum powered equipment. Liposuction is used in conjunction with a Tummy Tuck because it helps accentuate the waist and add definition to the abdomen. A contoured waist will help flatten your appearance giving you a more defined and natural look.

Am I A Candidate?

The best candidates typically exhibit the following characteristics:

  • Generally in good shape
  • Non-Smoker
  • No longer breast feeding
  • Not planning on more children
  • Deflated or asymmetrical appearance of breast
  • Loss of volume in breast contributing to sagging
  • Stubborn fat not improved by diet and exercise
  • Excess skin in abdomen area

Using a combination of the three procedures is great option to achieve a pre-baby body. If you’re considering a Mommy Makeover or any of the cosmetic procedure that coincide with a Mommy Makeover we encourage you to consult with Dr. Rednam at Houston Plastic Craniofacial & Sinus Surgery.

Four Most Common Causes for Nasal Obstruction

Nasal ObstructionSleepless nights have zero room in anyone’s schedule. So when you’re having trouble breathing at night, or breathing period, don’t just assume it’s due to the common cold. If it is occurring more often and lasting longer than week, it may be a deeper lying issue.

Let’s start with the source. Typically, if you have trouble breathing, your nose is the culprit. Your nose serves several purposes that don’t become apparent until breathing becomes difficult. Your nose functions to clear, humidify, filter, and warm the air you breath. For these reasons, normal nasal function is essential.

Nasal Obstruction is not uncommon and contributes to troubled breathing and restless sleep among people of all ages. Children and adults alike can experience difficulty breathing. Symptoms range from congestion, cough, headaches, to mouth-breathing, tooth decay, and sleep apnea. All in all, they most definitely are treatable, read on to see the four most common causes for nasal obstruction.

1. Structural Abnormality

Deformities of the nasal septum, also referred to as a deviated septum, can cause difficulty breathing. Patients may experience enlargement of the inferior turbinates. These nasal structures direct airflow within the nose and create nasal cycle. Turbinates can become swollen and constrict nasal passages due to allergies, chronic usage of nasal decongestants or a collapse of an external nasal valve.

Treatments: Most effective treatment is Septoplasty, in which the deviated cartilage or bone is removed in efforts to straighten structure or relieve nasal obstruction. Depending on the location, rhinoplasty may be needed to reconstruct nose mechanism and appearance.

2. Allergies

Change in weather or environment can lead to an allergic reaction to mold, pollen, and dust causing congestion. During an allergic reaction, your body mistakes a normally harmless substance as a dangerous invader and produces antibodies in order to protect itself. When exposed, antibodies release histamine and similar chemicals to clean out the substance by producing watery or thick clear nasal mucous to alleviate congestion.

Treatments: Medicine used to treat allergies are creams, nasal or oral corticosteroids, decongestants, antihistamines, and allergy shots.

3. Nasal Polyps

As a result of allergies, sinus infections, or aspirin sensitivity, nasal polyps may develop. These soft grape-like growths, reside inside the nasal cavity causing sever or complete nasal obstruction in one or both passages of the nose. Although painless, the larger they grow, other side effects lead to loss of smell and frequent infections. Medication can shrink or eliminate the presence of nasal polyps, but surgery is an option to remove them completely.

Treatments: Medications common for nasal polyps consist of nasal corticosteroids (oral or injectable), antihistamines, and antibiotics and are used in effort to reduce size or eliminate nasal polyps. If after taking medication does little to shrink size, endoscopic surgery may be needed to remove and correct problems to eliminate inflammation and future nasal polyp development.

4. Sinus Infection

An ongoing cold can lead to a sinus infection, where a viral or bacterial infection causes increase blood flow to the nose and results in swelling. Once the nasal membranes have become congested, excess mucus blocks the nasal airway and discolored secretions obstruct the nose and drain into the throat causing a cough.

Treatments: Over the counter medications, including antihistamines and decongestants. Doctors typically prescribe antibiotics, while specialists may look into surgery to resolve issues with chronic sinusitis more successfully. Removing the blockage created by damaged tissue in combination with antibiotics.

If you are experiencing symptoms related to nasal obstruction, it is important to consult with a Rhinologist for an accurate diagnosis and plan for treatment. Consult with any of our board certified Rhinologist at Houston Plastic Craniofacial and Sinus. Book your appointment today with either Dr. Samer Fakhri, Dr. Arjuna Kuperan or Dr. Regina Rodman.

Complete Your Transformation: Which Enhancement Is For You?

Weight lossYour weight loss journey was no walk in the park. After a couple hundred laps and countless trips to the gym you’ve managed to not only lose the weight, but regain control of your life. Even though you’ve witnessed positive changes to your body, it’s not uncommon that the remnants of weight loss can leave excess skin, unsightly scarring and stubborn fat deposits. These side effects can be uncomfortable, cause infection, and make day to day activities more difficult. Don’t feel discouraged, cosmetic enhancements simply do just that; enhance the body you’ve worked so hard to achieve!

Below is a list of enhancements to consider:

Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) – This surgery removes unwanted skin and fat from the lower abdomen. This is especially common in women whose abdominal muscles have stretched due to childbirth.

Brachioplasty (Arm Lift) – The procedure improves the appearance of the under portion of your upper arms, typically the area between our arm pit and elbow.

Breast Augmentation – One of the most frequently performed cosmetic surgeries in the U.S.. Perfect for adjusting breast size, asymmetry, unhappiness with shape and alleviating general dissatisfaction.

Mastopexy (Breast Lift) – As a result of natural aging, pregnancy, genetics and or fluctuations in weight, lack of elasticity in skin causes sagging and drooping of the breast. This procedure elevates and lifts to give you the breast shape you desire.

Mommy Makeover – A combination of plastic surgery procedures tailored to achieve a pre-baby body. Includes tummy tuck, breast augmentation/lift, liposuction and more.

Liposuction – An excellent option that sculpts and contours your body, suctioning excess fat from arms, breasts, back, love handles, hips, thighs, knees, and/or calves.

Lower Body Lift – This operation addresses excess skin and fat in the abdomen, waist, hips, outer thighs, and buttocks.

Facial Rejuvenation (Facelift/Necklift) – Tightens facial muscles or appearance of neck by removing excess skin and wrinkles.

Thigh Lift – A surgery to reshape and contour thighs while reducing cellulite.

Smartlipo Triplex – The latest advancement in high definition body contouring this laser lipolysis system treats troubled areas that are resistant by natural weight loss measures.

Here at Houston Plastic Craniofacial & Sinus Surgery, our surgeons are familiar with the changes that occur after weight loss, and are here to support your life-changing journey. Each candidate has unique needs and individual goals. Meeting with our cosmetic surgeons will give you the insight you need to complete your transformation.

If your considering any of these procedures, we encourage you to consult with board- certified plastic surgeons Dr. Sean Boutros, Dr. Rukmini Rednam, Dr. Scott Reis, and Dr. Erika Sato, who specialize in surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures. Book an appointment today.

Botox® Maintenance: How Often Should You Get Botox®?

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Botox® Maintenance: Are deep wrinkles and fine lines starting to make you feel old? Do they distract you each time you look at yourself in the mirror? If you answer ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you’re probably now ready for Botox®.

For years, Botox® remains to be one of the go-to anti-aging treatments. Even at Houston Plastic Craniofacial & Sinus Surgery, both men and women come in for Botox® treatments. That is how popular and effective it is in restoring a youthful appearance to the face.

How Botox® Treatment Works

Before we delve into the “how often” you should get Botox®, it’s best to understand how the treatment works.

Each time you raise an eyebrow, smile, or cry, the muscles underneath your face contract. These muscular contractions allow you to form different facial expressions, physically revealing your inner emotions. Sadly, these contractions also make wrinkles more visible. Overtime, the wrinkles and fine lines become permanent fixtures in the face.

This is where Botox® comes into play. A Botox® injection contains substances that block the nerves from sending a message to the facial muscles to prevent them from contracting. The result are softer and more relaxed wrinkles and less visible fine lines.

How Often Should You Get Treatments

While Botox® can temporarily block the nerve communication, the effects are not permanent. As months go by after getting the treatment, you’ll start to notice the old facial wrinkles returning. With regular treatment, however, the wrinkles will become less pronounced.

One aspect that affects the results of your Botox® treatment is how many units are used. If a smaller amount is injected into the target area, the results will wear off quickly. This explains why it’s always best to consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon as the doctor can recommend the appropriate dosage for the target areas.

During your initial treatment, your surgeon will start you with a low dose to see how well the treatment works on you. If the response is positive, your surgeon may increase the dosage.

Long-Term Treatment Strategy( Botox® Maintenance)

Typically, the effects of Botox® last for up to three to four months. Therefore, the recommended treatment is once every three to four months. Nonetheless, if your facial muscles begin to train themselves to contract less, the period of time for each treatment may be extended longer than three or four months. For this reason, it’s essential to work with a surgeon in order to create a customized treatment plan.

Botox® injections are safe for continued use, on a condition that the surgeon administering the treatment is board certified and experienced. If you’re considering this treatment, we encourage you to consult with Dr. Sean Boutros at Houston Plastic Craniofacial & Sinus Surgery. Book an appointment today.

Investing in Yourself: 3 Unexpected Benefits of Getting Plastic Surgery

Getting Plastic SurgeryUnexpected Benefits of Getting Plastic Surgery: If you’re having doubts about getting plastic surgery for the fear of being labeled as self-absorbed or vain, think again. While plastic surgery can alter your looks, it can also improve your emotional and mental well-being.

Indeed, plastic surgery can be a powerful confidence-building tool that can enhance your look and enrich your life. Here are three unexpected benefits of Getting Plastic Surgery you can reap when you decide to get plastic surgery:

  1. Increased Confidence

The insecurity and unwanted attention due to a crooked nose or excessively large breasts can lead to anxiety and depression. Consequently, these can affect your personal and professional life.

If you’re feeling insecure about your physical appearance, and decide to correct it through plastic surgery, you’ll enjoy freedom from your insecurities. You’ll feel more confident to face any challenges you may encounter in your personal and professional life.

  1. Improve Health

Getting Plastic surgery doesn’t only enhance your looks, but it can also improve your health and well being. For instance, rhinoplasty will not only correct a crooked nose, but also improve your breathing. A breast reduction will relieve you of the neck, shoulder and back pains you experience due to large breasts. Botox® injections can provide migraine relief as well.

Many patients have reported significant improvements in their health and wellbeing after surgery. So, if you’re having second thoughts on whether to get a facelift or a tummy tuck, consider the benefits. Many patients find that the benefits outweigh the risks and discomfort associated with plastic surgery, and so will you.

  1. Excel in Life

Contrary to what people want to believe, looks do matter. It’s what makes a good first impression. In fact, many people perceive beautiful individuals as healthier, smarter, more trustworthy, and more mate-worthy. They’re the ones who tend to get more opportunities that will improve their careers, love lives and many other aspects of their lives. We’re not ones to promote this superficial reality, but we do know that fixing a flaw here or there can create an overall more aesthetically pleasing image. Why not put your best foot forward?

Getting Plastic surgery isn’t a guarantee that you’ll excel in life. However, as you embrace the new you and feel more confident about your appearance, other aspects in your life may also improve.

Plastic surgery can enhance more than just appearance. It can also improve your mental and emotional wellbeing. If you want to look and feel beautiful, consult with one of our surgeons, such as Dr. Scott Reis. Dr. Reis strives every day to provide his patients with the best, most compassionate and comprehensive care. He specializes in all aspects of plastic and reconstructive surgery, with a special interest in facial, breast and body aesthetics as well as microsurgical reconstruction after cancer or trauma.

Is Bigger Better? Your Guide to Breast Implant Sizes

Breast Implant SizesBreast Implant Sizes: Is having big breasts better? Not always. It really depends on the woman’s aesthetic goals. For surgeons at the Houston Plastic Craniofacial & Sinus Surgery, big breasts that look natural and proportionate to a woman’s body are considered beautiful – unless the patient prefers a dramatic change. In this case, our surgeons will still provide fully satisfying results.

As a breast implant size has a direct impact to your breast enhancement goals, it’s crucial to select the right size that will provide balance to your entire body. This is where consulting with a surgeon comes in to play.

However, that is not all.

As getting breast augmentation is a personal matter, choosing an implant size should also be personal. It should not be based on what others want for you, or what your friend or sister reccommends. Selecting your breast implant size should be based on what your aesthetic goals are and what will look proportionate to your body.

In light of that, here’s a simple guide to help you select the implant size that is suitable for you.

  1. Breast implant sizes are measured in cubic centimeter or cc.

There is no standard measurement for bras. This explains why many bra manufacturers label their bras differently. For instance, a Playtex B cup bra is a Victoria’s Secret C cup bra. This also explains why surgeons use cc when referring to implant sizes.

In most cases, a cup size bra is equivalent to 150 to 200 cc of breast implant size. If you want to increase your bra size from an A cup to a B cup, you’ll need an implant size of at least 200 cc. If you want to go from a B cup to a D, you’ll need an implant size with 300 to 400 cc.

  1. The Rice Test

You may also use two sandwich bags and some rice to give you an idea of what your ideal breast size will look and feel on you. Fill the bags with rice and place them in your desired bra size. Once you have enough rice to meet your desired size, pour the contents into a measuring cup, and convert the volume to cc. Use this chart to guide you.


1 cup236 cc
½ cup118 cc
¾ cup177 cc
2/3 cup156 cc
1/3 cup78 cc
¼ cup59 cc
1/8 cup30 cc


  1. Lifestyle

Breast augmentation can affect certain aspects of your life, such as your fitness routines. Therefore, consider your lifestyle as you decide on your breast implant size.

Choosing Breast Implant Sizes is just one of the decisions you have to make in your breast augmentation journey. For expert guidance, consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon. Contact Houston Plastic Craniofacial & Sinus Surgery today to schedule a consultation with one of our talented surgeons, including Dr. Erika Sato, who specializes in surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures to help you with Breast Implant Sizes.

Common Medical Conditions That A Rhinoplasty Can Improve

Common Medical Conditions That A Rhinoplasty Can ImproveRhinoplasty: Many people spend a fortune to have a nose like Scarlett Johansson’s, Halle Berry’s or Kate Beckinsale’s. For them, spending money for a nose job is an investment they make for themselves.

Getting a rhinoplasty, though, can offer more than that. It’s true that this cosmetic procedure is designed to reshape the nose to have a more pleasing appearance, but it can also improve breathing issues. In fact, a rhinoplasty can solve both issues at the same time.

Rhinoplasty is the second most requested procedure for good reason. Here are some of the most common medical conditions that this procedure can correct.

  1. Chronic Sinusitis

Millions of people in the US alone suffer from chronic sinusitis and other sinus-related problems. Nasal allergies, sinus congestions and many others, which usually flare up in the cold months, could leave sufferers weak and disrupt their normal routines. If you’re experiencing congestion in the airways, chronic sinus infections, or dry mouth, you can find relief by getting a rhinoplasty, more specifically a functional rhinoplasty.

  1. Cleft Lip and/or Cleft Palate

These are malformations or birth defects that occur while the baby is developing inside the mother’s womb. Cleft lip is a narrow split that appears in the upper lip, which sometimes extends to the nose’s base and to the bones of the upper jaw or gum. A cleft palate, on the other hand, is a split on the roof of the mouth. Both defects are due to the lack of tissue in the lip and mouth during pregnancy. These oral malformations are treatable through rhinoplasty.

  1. Deviated Septum

This is a condition wherein the bone and cartilage that divides the nasal cavities are crooked or off center. Trauma or injury is often the cause of a deviated septum. However, some individuals suffer from this since birth. Aside from making the facial appearance look asymmetrical, a deviated septum can also cause breathing problems. Active individuals can greatly benefit from a rhinoplasty to fix this, as they can enjoy optimum cardiovascular function thanks to an unrestricted airflow.

These three are just some of the most common medical conditions a functional-rhinoplasty can correct. Additionally, a it can be beneficial in certain medical cases, such as to correct a facial deformation or broken bones.

Whatever medical issue you may have, you can always consult with one of the talented surgeons at HPCS to find out if a rhinoplasty can address it. If not, we can recommend a different treatment plan for you that’d be more suitable in solving your medical concern.

To learn more about rhinoplasty and other procedures, contact Dr. Samer Fakhri at Houston Plastic Craniofacial & Sinus Surgery today. Dr. Fakhri is an internationally renowned rhinologist who has been practicing in the Houston area for over 10 years.


Start 2017 With A Flat Tummy: 3 Tips to Help You Achieve a Slimmer Body

hpcs-3059Flat Tummy: Do you always wear loose shirts or dresses just to hide your belly bulge? Are you always self-conscious about your stomach whenever you pass by a group of people while wearing tight-fitting clothes? Are you frustrated with the lack of results despite dieting and doing exercise regularly? If you answer ‘yes’ to any of these questions, what you probably need is cosmetic medical intervention.

There are different ways to get Flat Tummy, but not all of them can work for you. The reason is our bodies are unique. One solution that may be effective for one person may not be responsive to you. Fortunately, there are surgical and non-surgical treatments that work almost everyone.

For a gorgeous, sexy new you this 2017, here are three cosmetic medical treatments you might want to try.

  1. Tummy Tuck

Also known as abdominoplasty, this body-contouring procedure removes excess skin and fat in the stomach. Depending on your case, a tummy tuck can also include tightening of the muscles to reshape the area. The result, of course, is a flatter and trimmer stomach. This is great for those who have excess skin after excessive weight loss, as well as for women who have extended abdominal muscles due to childbirth. If you have excess fat that doesn’t respond to diet and exercise, liposuction can be included in your tummy tuck.

  1. Liposuction

If excess sagging skin is not a problem but isolated deposits of fat are, then you can banish the belly bulge by getting liposuction. This procedure can sculpt your body and add a sexy contour to it by suctioning excess fat in your torso area. In addition to contouring the tummy to make it look flat, you can also use liposuction to remove stubborn fat in other areas of your body, such as the thighs, arms, hips, and buttocks. If you have unwanted fatty deposits in other areas of your body that you want to eliminate, then this minimally invasive procedure might be just what you need.

  1. Smartlipo Triplex

Just like liposuction, Smartlipo Triplex can remove unwanted fat in your abdomen. The only difference is this procedure uses a laser lipolysis system for a simple and safe fat removal process. Along with excess fat removal, Smartlipo Triplex can also tighten the skin. This makes if perfect for you if you are not significantly overweight, but are having issues with stubborn fat deposits accumulating in your belly.

As you can see, you have three options to help you achieve a flat tummy for 2017. If you would like to get more information on any of these procedures, consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon at Houston Plastic Craniofacial & Sinus Surgery, including Dr. Scott Reis, who specializes in all aspects of plastic and reconstructive surgery, with a special interest in facial, breast and body aesthetics.

Scared of Scars? Five Expert Tips to Recovering Post-Surgery

Recovering Post SurgeryRecovering Post Surgery: Most scars have an interesting story to tell. However, when scars appear due to a cosmetic surgical procedure, most patients would prefer to keep them discreet. What’s the point of enhancing the face, abdomen, or breasts if people will see the scars, right? As much as possible, cosmetic surgery patients would rather have scars remain invisible or disappear.

If you’re scared of scars, don’t worry. There are several ways to help keep scars less visible. What you do before and after your surgery play a role in minimizing the visibility of scars.

Before your surgery, it’s crucial that you follow your surgeon’s instructions about quitting smoking and stopping blood-thinning medications. After your surgery, here are five expert tips to help recovering post surgery.

  1. Wear Sunscreen

Protecting your skin from sun exposure can minimize scarring. We recommend you to wear sunscreen that contains titanium dioxide or zinc and has a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30.

  1. Keep Wound Area Clean

Infection causes the development of bigger and thicker scars so always keep the wound area clean. Apply antibiotic cream or ointment on the affected area as directed to maintain moisture and to keep bacterial infections at bay. As soon as you see the signs of infections, such as a significant amount of pus coming out of the wound, fever, or redness or swelling in the affected area, contact Dr. Boutros immediately.

  1. Massage the wound

The removal of sutures occurs typically within five to eight days. Once they’re removed, massage the area gently using a moisturizing cream or lotion rich in Aloe or vitamin E. Massaging will increase blood flow to the wound area, preventing scar tissue buildup.

  1. Avoid Scrubbing the Wound

Scars are the body’s natural way of signaling that the wound is healing. So even if it’s okay to wash the affected area when you shower, avoid scrubbing the crusts. It’ll only open the wound again and make it prone to infections.

  1. Eat and Drink Healthily

Eat a well-balanced diet of fruits and vegetables. Don’t forget protein as well, as it’s one of the building blocks that help skin heal. Drink plenty of water, too, as hydration contributes to skin healing.

The appearance of scars is normal after surgery. Fortunately, there are ways to minimize their visibility. So don’t let them keep you from getting the long overdue surgery you need. To learn more about our different cosmetic surgeries, contact Houston Plastic Craniofacial & Sinus Surgery today.

Top 5 Health Benefits of a Breast Reduction

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Benefits of a Breast Reduction: Are your large breasts constantly catching unwanted attention? Do you suffer from back and neck pain, even if you don’t have scoliosis, or you’re too young to be suffering from osteoporosis? If you suffer from any of these discomforts due to your large breasts, you can find relief by getting a breast reduction surgery.

The Gift of Breast Reduction

Breast reduction is a safe and effective surgical procedure that removes excess breast fat, skin, and glandular tissue. It’s used primarily to make breasts more proportional to a woman’s frame and to give permanent relief from aches and pains due to large breasts.

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the number of requests for breast reduction surgery is on the rise due to its cosmetic and health benefits.

Health Perks of Breast Reduction

A breast reduction can make your figure more balanced, sleek, and proportional. However, there are benefits for this surgical treatment that go beyond aesthetics. If you’re considering getting a breast reduction, also known as a reduction mammoplasty, you can also enjoy the following perks:

  1. Better Sleep

You will be able to sleep in whatever position you want to. You no longer have to worry about the extra weight placed on your chest muscles and tendons. With this freedom, unrestful sleep will be a thing of the past.

  1. Feel More Confident

Getting unwanted attention due to your large breasts can take a toll on your self-esteem. Once you decide to reduce your large breasts to a more modest size, you’ll begin to feel less anxious and self-conscious. You can even exercise, and move more freely than before. By getting proportional breasts, you can finally celebrate your femininity without having to hide it.

  1. Relief from Chronic Skin Irritations

Aside from getting relief from back, neck and shoulder pains, you’ll also enjoy relief from rashes and skin irritations. These skin issues are commonly due to wearing ill-fitting bras, sweating, poor air circulation and many others.

  1. Shop Stylish Clothes

Since most clothes are made for the average woman, your options for stylish clothes will widen once you have a breast reduction, which can boost your self-confidence. You can even buy swimsuits and bikinis and be confident about how you’re going to look.

  1. Improve Posture

A heavy chest can cause the back to hunch, leading to a permanent rounding shape of the upper spine. Breast reduction can help you stand tall with your back straight, making you look more confident.

Breast reduction surgery is not just a treatment to improve appearance. It also offers wonderful health benefits. Best of all, men and women can greatly benefit from this.

If you’d like to learn more about this procedure, and whether or not this is right for you, please consult with one of the talented surgeons at the Houston Plastic Craniofacial & Sinus Surgery center, such as Dr. Rukmini (Vinaya) Rednam. Dr. Rednam specializes in all areas of Plastic Surgery including aesthetic surgery of the face, breast and body, body contouring following massive weight loss, and hair restoration and transplantation.