Anatomical Factors To Consider
During your consultation, we will consider these anatomical factors to help determine the best type of implants and placement for your body and shape.
- Shoulder Width
- Chest Wall
- Pectus Deformities
- Spacing and Matters of Cleavage
- Widely Spaced Breasts
- Low Breasts
- Breast Placement
- Nipple Placement
- Narrow Base (Tubular)
Read more of Dr. Saltz’s articles about breast augmentation:
- Introduction: Talking About Breast Augmentation with Dr. Lori Saltz
- The History of Breast Implants
- The Evolution of Silicone Breast Implants
- Types of Saline Breast Implants
- Anatomical Factors To Consider With Your Surgeon
- All About Incisions: Choosing Your Incision Placement
- Implant Placement: Over or Under the Muscle?
- Breast Implants and Mammograms
- What Can Go Wrong With Breast Augmentation?
- What Is Capsular Contracture?
- Scheduling a Breast Augmentation Consultation at LJC