Your breasts are an important part of your femininity, so understandably, you want them to look their best. If you are unhappy with the size or contours of your breasts, we offer breast augmentation in Houston that may be right for you.
The Erickson Difference
Dr. Cameron Erickson is a highly-acclaimed plastic surgeon specializing in breast surgeries. Breast augmentation is a highly personalized procedure that demands active communication and collaboration between the patient and surgeon. You have numerous options for breast augmentation techniques, implant materials, implant size, placement, and other factors. Instead of offering a cookie-cutter treatment plan, Dr. Erickson informs you about your options and helps you make an educated decision for your treatment, ensuring results that conform to your goals.
What is Breast Augmentation?
Breast augmentation, also known as augmentation mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure that involves the placement of breast implants to increase the size, fullness, and shape of the breasts. Breast augmentation can be performed for several reasons, such as to improve the proportions of the body, to restore breast volume that has been lost due to weight loss or pregnancy, or to achieve a more youthful appearance. For expert breast augmentation in Houston, don’t hesitate to schedule a consultation at our practice today!
Goals of Breast Augmentation:
- Improving the shape and size of the breasts
- Restoring breast volume after weight loss or childbirth
- Making the breasts look fuller
- Improving the overall contours of your body
Consult Dr. Erickson
Dr. Cameron Erickson is a highly-acclaimed plastic surgeon specializing in breast augmentation and other breast surgeries. He ensures his patients feel safe and comfortable through every step of the process. To that end, he offers his personal number to his surgical patients, thus maintaining a direct line of communication. If you want to elevate your contours and are looking into breast augmentation in Houston, please schedule a consultation with Dr. Erickson today.