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One Size Doesn’t Fit All

There are many reasons to consider breast enhancement, but the ultimate goal is simply to look and feel great. Breast procedures are among the most popular cosmetic surgeries, but did you know there are different types of surgery depending on your goal?

Breast augmentation is for women who would like to increase the size of their breasts. Dr. Poulter offers both saline and silicone filled implants. He also offers ‘gummy bear’ implants, which have a semi-solid nature that provide an attractive shape and natural feel. There is also a newer round implant that has additional projection for those wishing to make a statement. Each type of implant has its own characteristics, and selection will be discussed during your consultation.

Breast lift, also known as mastopexy, reverses the effects of gravity, weight fluctuations and pregnancy and can result in a firmer, shapelier and more youthful look. Restoring a youthful position to elongated, sagging breasts can go a long way toward rejuvenating the look of your figure.

Women with large breasts can suffer from neck and back pain and can prevent women from participating in exercise or routine activities. Breast reduction reduces the size and weight of large breasts while making them firmer. The result for most women is dramatically increased comfort and confidence, along with a more contoured and proportionate breast appearance.

Finding a board certified surgeon who has plenty of experience is critical in achieving the results you desire. Dr. Poulter is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Since 1992, he has earned the trust of thousands of patients.

In addition to his attention to detail, Dr. Poulter offers the latest in pain management, such as Exparel®. This time-released local anesthetic maintains patient comfort for up to 72 hours following surgery. By using this, Dr. Poulter is able to significantly reduce or eliminate the need for a narcotic pain pump, which allows patients greater mobility and fewer unpleasant side effects following surgery.

Whatever your goal is for your surgical procedure, we can help you achieve it. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Poulter today or call our office at (309) 663-1222 or Toll Free at (888) 841-4108, and get on the road to looking and feeling your best.