Breast / Chest Procedures

Men and women who have undergone bariatric surgery have seen their health improve while in some respects their appearance has taken a turn for the worse. Sure, you are slimmer and feel better overall, but for many patients, having breasts that droop (a condition known as ptosis) and that have lost volume causes concern. Not surprisingly, different plastic surgery recontouring options are available for male and female patients. Dr. McNemar treats each patient with the individual care they deserve in order to achieve attractive results.

Your Procedure Options

It's time for all your hard work to really pay off. It's time to enjoy a more attractive figure with these cosmetic surgery procedures:

Breast Enhancement

Women who have lost significant weight may need a variety of breast recontouring procedures. Breast lift and breast reduction are common choices at Dr. McNemar's practice, and many women also choose to have breast augmentation to replace lost breast volume.

Male Chest Contouring

As a man, it's particularly difficult to live with sagging skin on your chest or excess fat tissue that makes your chest appear womanly. Dr. McNemar can perform a procedure to eliminate residual fat in the chest area while also removing and reshaping excess skin to create a more flattering and masculine chest.

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Next Steps

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your breasts after weight loss surgery in San Francisco or Northern California, it's time to learn more about your options, including breast lift and breast augmentation. Request your consultation today and receive a complimentary excerpt from Dr. McNemar's latest book, Bariatric Plastic Surgery: A Guide to Cosmetic Surgery after Weight Loss. Or, call (925) 866-0177 for our San Ramon office or (209) 834-0626 for our Tracy office to make your appointment.

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