Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is one of the most popular procedures performed by Toronto plastic surgeons. Although most patients are very happy with the results of their breast augmentation surgery, it is important that a board-certified plastic surgeon performs the procedure…

Breast Implants

There are two basic types of implants. These can be filled with either saline or silicone. Saline is essentially intravenous fluid composed of a saltwater solution. Saline implants require smaller incisions and are generally less expensive. There are a number of downsides to using saline implants. …

Breast Fat Grafting

Although implant based breast augmentation is the most common way to increase breast volume and improve overall breast shape, a recent technical advance involves transferring fat from another part of the body to the breasts. Often, fat is harvested (liposuction) from areas …

Breast Lift

As women age, their breasts tend to droop or sag, resulting in an unwanted change to what is an important part of a woman’s body and self-image. Factors other than time that can cause this include weight change, pregnancy or breast-feeding. Thankfully, Toronto breast surgery specialist Dr. Asif Pirani…

Male Breast Reduction

The development of excess breast tissue in men is termed gynecomastia. Gynecomastia can be caused by excess gland or excess fat or a combination of both. The condition can cause a significant amount of embarrassment, especially when changing in public or swimming…

Breast Asymmetry

It is normal to have slight asymmetries between your breasts. Often one breast will be more developed than the other, or will have a slightly different shape than the other breast. Nipple / areola size and shape differences can also be a source of asymmetry…

Nipple and Areola Reduction

Large nipples are a common condition that can be a source of embarrassment for many women. Fortunately, it can be treated rather easily as a minor procedure under local anaesthesia. The procedure often takes less than an hour, without the need for general anaesthesia…

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