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September 25, 2018

If you are interested in breast augmentation but still want to have children in the future, you may wonder if the breast implants you get will interfere with your ability to breastfeed. Luckily, the answer is no in the majority of cases. Most women who have breast augmentation surgery can still breastfeed successfully afterwards.Family with young infant | Breastfeeding with breast implants | Dr. David Bottger

If you have further questions or would like to schedule your complimentary consultation, please call Philadelphia plastic surgeon Dr. David Bottger today at 610-355-1929. He will be happy to let you know if you are a good candidate for breast augmentation surgery as well as if you are at risk for trouble breastfeeding.

What Factors Affect Breastfeeding After Breast Surgery?

There are a few different variables involved in breast surgery that may potentially affect your milk glands. These include:

  • Incision location
  • Implant placement
  • The shape of your breasts

Incision location is generally the most important factor when it comes to breastfeeding. If your incision is done around the areola, you will have a higher chance of encountering trouble with breastfeeding. This is because areola incisions are quite close to the milk glands. Dr. Bottger typically opts for incisions under the breast, though, as these can be hidden well and do not touch the milk glands at all.

Implant placement can also play a role. Placing the implants under the pectoral muscles is typically safer for breastfeeding. If they are placed over the muscle, they will be right under the milk glands, which could potentially cause issue with breastfeeding.

Keep in mind that even if your implants are placed through areolar incisions and over the muscle, it is not guaranteed that you will not be able to breastfeed. Many women with these placements are still able to produce enough milk for their baby. If your milk supply is affected, you may still be able to breastfeed while supplementing with formula.

The final factor to consider is what your breast shape and size was before surgery. If your breasts were very flat, tubular, or asymmetric, it could be a sign that you have underdeveloped breast tissue. Women with underdeveloped breast tissue often have trouble breastfeeding regardless of whether or not they had breast surgery.

What Can I Do to Raise My Chances of Breastfeeding Successfully?

Breastfeeding with implants is done successfully by women all over the world. One of the most important things you can do to make sure your milk glands are not affected during breast surgery is to visit a highly experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon with a history of satisfied patients. None of Dr. Bottger’s breast augmentation patients have been unable to breastfeed at all after their surgery.

Be sure to tell Dr. Bottger during your consultation that you want to have children in the future and are hoping to breastfeed them. This will affect his recommendations for implant type and incision, and is very important information to share.

Breastfeeding can be difficult for some women even without implants, so if you have trouble, most experts would recommend visiting a lactation specialist for advice. Breast implants are not usually a main concern when it comes to having trouble producing milk, though.

Schedule Your Breast Implants Consultation

If you are interested in improving the size and shape of your breasts, don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Bottger today by calling 610-355-1929. We serve patients in Philadelphia, Newtown Square, and other nearby areas of Pennsylvania.

July 12, 2018

One of the most popular plastic surgery procedures we offer is the tummy tuck. A tummy tuck is a great way to get rid of excess skin and fat in order to create a flatter stomach and more attractive figure. It is also often very attractive to plus sized men and women.Plus size women can often benefit from a tummy tuck | Dr. David Bottger | Philadelphia

If you are overweight but not obese, a tummy tuck may still be a good option for you. You'll get the best results if you are already within striking distance of your goal weight, but even if you still have a ways to go, discuss your options with Philadelphia plastic surgeon Dr. David Bottger. In some cases, a tummy tuck provides a much-needed jump-start to dive into healthy living.

If you are interested in a plus size tummy tuck, call Dr. Bottger today at 610-355-1929 to schedule your initial consultation.

Can A Plus Sized Person Get A Tummy Tuck?

If you have a BMI of over 30, it will very likely be in your best interest to lose some weight before embarking on a tummy tuck. Obese patients may have health concerns that make having elective surgery a bad choice. However, if you are overweight but generally healthy, then a tummy tuck may be beneficial for you.

The truth is that most patients seeking a tummy tuck are overweight to some extent. You'll probably get the best results from a plus size tummy tuck if you:

  • Are already pretty close to your goal weight - within 20 to 30 pounds
  • Are healthy, with no medical conditions that could raise your risk of complications
  • Are committed to living a healthy and active lifestyle
  • Do not plan on getting pregnant again

If you have a lot of weight to lose before you hit your goal, you may want to consider waiting on your tummy tuck. This is because losing a lot of weight can cause excess skin issues, so you may need a revision tummy tuck if you have it too soon.

Something else to consider is your lifestyle. If you can't maintain your weight and live a healthy lifestyle, you'll probably regain fat in your stomach area. In addition, while it's safe to have children after a tummy tuck, pregnancy will ruin your results and you'll probably need to have revision surgery afterwards. It's almost always best to wait to have a tummy tuck until after you're finished having children.

Considerations When Having A Plus Size Tummy Tuck

It's very important to have realistic expectations from your surgery when considering a plus size tummy tuck. A tummy tuck is not a magic wand that will transform your body into your celebrity of choice. It will help to flatten your stomach and tighten your abdominal muscles, but it will not address your breasts, love handles, buttocks, or thighs. If you are a size 20, you should not expect to become a size 2 after your surgery.

That being said, most plus sized candidates absolutely love their results. While you cannot realistically expect to become super thin after surgery, you can definitely expect a big change in your body proportions and to drop a number of clothing sizes. Most of our patients find that clothes fit and look better, and they are much less self conscious in bathing suits or lingerie. Plus, although a tummy tuck is not a weight loss device, it can make you look like you lost weight and provide a boost to your self esteem.

Schedule Your Plus Size Tummy Tuck Consultation

If you are interested in a tummy tuck with an experienced and knowledgeable board-certified plastic surgeon, call Dr. David Bottger today at 610-355-1929 to schedule your consultation. We serve patients in greater Philadelphia, including Bryn Mawr and Newtown Square.

June 13, 2018

One of our most popular plastic surgery procedures is the tummy tuck. This surgery can help men and women achieve a flatter, more toned stomach, and is especially good for helping post-pregnancy women get their old figure back. However, before embarking upon tummy tuck surgery, you should know what the recovery process is like.Be confident at the beach after a tummy tuck | Dr. David Bottger

Philadelphia plastic surgeon Dr. David Bottger takes every step possible to make sure your tummy tuck recovery is as easy as possible. He is available to answer questions for you by phone, and will schedule follow-up appointments as needed. This commitment to aftercare is just one way that Dr. Bottger strives to provide the best experience possible for his patients.

If you are interested in a tummy tuck, call Dr. Bottger at 610-355-1929 today to schedule your initial consultation.

How Long Before You Can Return to Work After a Tummy Tuck?

A tummy tuck is an extensive and complex surgery, and you will need to take some time off of work in order to recover properly. Each patient heals at a different rate, but in general, you should expect to take two weeks off work. It may be possible for you to return earlier than that, but you will need to discuss this with Dr. Bottger.

It is very important that you take as much time as needed to rest and recover. Recovery can be easily compromised if you try to do too much too quickly. Don't push your body beyond its limits, and make sure to follow Dr. Bottger's post-operative care instructions carefully.

Tummy Tuck Recovery Timeline

Immediately after your tummy tuck surgery, you will need to rest for a while in a recovery room. Tummy tucks are performed under general anesthesia, so you will need some time to fully recover from the anesthesia effects before going home. If your surgery was especially extensive, we may recommend a stay overnight.

After you return home, your recovery timeline will look something like this:

  • Bed rest with some walking
  • Take prescribed painkillers as needed
  • Attend all scheduled follow-up appointments with Dr. Bottger
  • Gradually increase amount of walking and light exercise done
  • Return to work after around two weeks
  • Resume light cardio
  • Resume more strenuous exercise, including weight lifting, after around 6 to 8 weeks

If you have young children, you should have someone around to help you with childcare for at least the first few days, preferably for a week. In addition, we recommend having help with any necessary housework for the first few days as well.

Tummy tuck surgery does require a long incision, so you will have a scar. However, over time, the scar should fade until it is barely noticeable. Dr. Bottger also hides the scar low along the bikini line, so it will be covered if you go to the beach or pool.

Schedule Your Tummy Tuck Consultation

If you are frustrated with excess skin and fat in your abdomen, especially after pregnancy, you may be a good candidate for a tummy tuck. Call Philadelphia tummy tuck surgeon Dr. Bottger today at 610-355-1929 to schedule your initial consultation today.

We serve patients in Philadelphia, Newtown Square, and other nearby areas of Pennsylvania. 

April 26, 2018

After having children, a woman's body has undergone many changes that may be difficult or impossible to reverse through diet and exercise alone. Philadelphia plastic surgeon Dr. David Bottger offers a procedure called a mommy makeover, which is a customized combination of treatments aimed specifically at restoring your pre-baby body.New mother holding child | Mommy makeover surgeon Dr. David Bottger

If you are interested in a mommy makeover, don't hesitate to contact Dr. Bottger at 610-355-1929 to schedule your personal consultation.

Common Procedures In A Mommy Makeover

What is included in a mommy makeover will vary depending on your individual needs and concerns. However, the most common procedures include:

  • Tummy tuck
  • Liposuction
  • Breast augmentation
  • Breast lift

These treatments can address the breasts and stomach, which are the two areas which tend to be most affected by pregnancy and childbirth. Other plastic surgery procedures that may be included in a mommy makeover can include vaginal rejuvenation, butt lift, and thigh lift.

Body Contouring Procedures

During pregnancy, the abdomen stretches to accommodate the growing baby. In many cases, this stretching causes the abdominal muscles to loosen and separate. Once this happens, the only way to restore these muscles is through surgical intervention. A tummy tuck is a safe and effective procedure that tightens the abdominal muscles and eliminates excess skin and fat for a flatter, more attractive stomach area.

Liposuction alone is an option if the abdominal muscles have retained sufficient tightness and the only problem is minor areas of excess fat; however, most often, it is used in conjunction with a tummy tuck to refine the contour of the body.

Breast Enhancement Procedures

After childbirth and breastfeeding, the breasts have a tendency to deflate and change in both size and shape. A breast augmentation, breast lift, or combination of both can help to restore youthful, perky breasts as well as confidence in your body and femininity.

If your breasts have sagged significantly, you will likely need a breast lift to bring them back up to their natural position. Some women opt to have breast implants placed at the same time, in order to create more volume and a rounder shape. Breast augmentation plus breast lift is a great combination procedure to obtain your desired size and shape.

If your breasts have gotten smaller but have not sagged that much, a breast augmentation alone may suffice for your needs. In cases of minor sagging, breast implants can help to adjust the shape and fill out the breasts for a pleasing appearance. However, if you do have a lot of sagging, you will need a breast lift.

Schedule Your Mommy Makeover Consultation

If you are struggling to regain the body you had before children, please don't hesitate to contact Philadelphia mommy makeover surgeon Dr. David Bottger. Call 610-355-1929 today to schedule your personalized, one on one consultation to come up with a treatment plan customized to your needs.

We serve patients in the greater Philadelphia area, including Bryn Mawr and Newtown Square.

March 16, 2018

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons has released their annual recap of plastic surgery statistics. The top spot remains taken by breast augmentation, and tummy tuck jumped back into the top 5 after falling out in 2016.

Without further ado, here are the top 5 cosmetic surgical procedures performed in 2017:ASPS Top 5 Plastic Surgery Procedures 2017

1. Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is consistently the most popular plastic surgery procedure in America. Many women are unhappy with the shape and size of their breasts, and undergo breast augmentation to finally achieve satisfaction with their body.

Breast augmentation can be a great choice if you think your breasts are too small or too asymmetrical. Dr. Bottger will work with you to help you find the best size and shape for your body to give you the best results.

2. Liposuction

Number  two on the list was liposuction. Liposuction is a highly effective and minimally invasive way to eliminate excess fat and contour the body, so it's no wonder it only continues to grow in popularity among both men and women.

Liposuction can help treat many different areas of the body, including the abdomen, love handles, back, thighs, and even the chin. Although it is not a weight loss procedure, patients often find that they look like they lost weight and may even drop a pant size. A healthy lifestyle with a nutritious diet and regular exercise is key to maintaining results after liposuction.

3. Rhinoplasty

Nose reshaping takes the number 3 spot. The nose is one of your most prominent features, and reshaping it to be more balanced and harmonious with your other facial features can often create a beautiful change.

Rhinoplasty is another procedure that is popular among both men and women. Dr. Bottger has experience performing both male and female rhinoplasty, and can shape your nose in accordance with your masculine or feminine features in order to create the best results for your individual case.

4. Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, is one of the best ways to create a more youthful appearance. The eyes are one of the first features to show significant signs of age, as the eyelids start to droop and sag. A blepharoplasty can help to tighten the skin of the eyelids in order to create a bright and youthful look.

Blepharoplasty can also address large bags under the eyes. As we age, it's common for the fat pads under our eyes to slip forward, causing the appearance of bags. Lower blepharoplasty can eliminate these bags, leading to a younger and less tired appearance.

5. Tummy Tuck

After not making the top 5 in 2016, tummy tuck is back for 2017. Also called abdominoplasty, a tummy tuck is the perfect way to get rid of excess fat in the abdomen as well as tighten loose skin and muscles.

Tummy tucks are especially popular among post-pregnancy women, as pregnancy has a tendency to stretch out the skin and abdominal muscles. After having a baby, a woman may find that she can't get back to her pre-baby body no matter how hard she tries. A tummy tuck can restore a flat stomach and help you regain confidence in your body.

Schedule Your Consultation

If you are interested in any of these procedures, please don't hesitate to contact Dr. Bottger at 610-355-1929 today to schedule your consultation. We serve patients in Philadelphia, Newtown Square, and other nearby areas of Pennsylvania.

February 19, 2018

When thinking about a tummy tuck procedure, cost is usually a consideration. However, it should not be your main consideration. When thinking about getting a tummy tuck, the absolute most important factors are the skill and experience of your surgeon and how comfortable you feel with them.

Philadelphia plastic surgeon Dr. David Bottger places patient safety and satisfaction first. He understands that the cost of a tummy tuck can seem high initially, so he offers financing for Best tummy tuck surgeon and costs in Philadelphia, PApatients in order to help them get the best tummy tuck surgery. If you are seriously considering a tummy tuck, please call Dr. Bottger at 610-355-1929 today to schedule your consultation.

The High Cost of a Cheap Tummy Tuck

There are many unscrupulous and unethical so-called "cosmetic surgeons" out there who take advantage of people searching for the cheapest tummy tuck surgery they can find. In many states and other countries, you are not required to be board-certified in plastic surgery to perform plastic surgery procedures. This leads to unqualified physicians offering plastic surgery as a way to make a quick buck.

Tummy tuck surgery is very safe and has wonderful results, when performed by a properly credentialed and experienced surgeon. When performed by someone without the proper training and experience, though, it can lead to disfiguration and even death. We strongly encourage you to do your research and make sure whichever plastic surgeon you choose is reputable, skilled, experienced, and compassionate. Board certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery is a must.

Calculating the Cost of a Tummy Tuck

Your final tummy tuck cost will be comprised of several different factors, including:

  • OR fees
  • Anesthesia fees
  • Surgeon fees
  • Complexity of your procedure
  • Number of procedures you are having done

A mini tummy tuck will generally cost less than a full tummy tuck, because the mini tummy tuck procedure is less complex. However, a mini tummy tuck also produces less comprehensive results, and may not be a good option for you to achieve all of your goals. On the other hand, a tummy tuck with liposuction and a full lower body lift will usually cost more than just a tummy tuck due to the number of procedures involved.

Dr. Bottger will honestly assess your situation and let you know which procedures or combination of procedures will best help you achieve the look you want. During your consultation, we will let you know exactly how much your customized treatment plan will cost. We will also let you know your options for tummy tuck financing, and will help you apply for financing if needed.

Schedule Your Tummy Tuck Consultation

We welcome men and women who are hoping to achieve a flat stomach to come in for a personal consultation with Dr. Bottger. Call us at 610-355-1929 to schedule your consultation today. We serve patients in Philadephia, Newtown Square, and other nearby areas of Pennsylvania. 

December 28, 2017

Get a head start on your resolution to make 2018 a great year by finally having that cosmetic surgery procedure you’ve been thinking about. Men and women who have cosmetic surgery for the right reasons often report feeling more confident and attractive afterwards, which can boost self esteem and lead to an improved quality of life.Cosmetic Surgery for the New Year | Philadelphia, PA

Some of our most popular cosmetic surgery procedures in December and January include:

  • Facelift: A facelift is a great way to help reverse signs of aging and achieve a refreshed, rejuvenated, youthful appearance. Dr. Bottger has a delicate touch and knows how to create a very natural look, so that no one will even know you had a facelift done unless you tell them.
     
  • Breast Augmentation: Breast augmentation is an extremely popular type of plastic surgery in Philadelphia. It can help you to look more feminine with better body proportions, and can help you feel less self-conscious in bathing suits or low cut tops.
     
  • Liposuction: While it is not a weight loss procedure, liposuction can help you achieve your New Year’s resolution to drop a pant size and look better in a bathing suit. Liposuction helps to eliminate small areas of unwanted fat and create a more pleasing body contour.
     
  • Tummy Tuck: If you’ve been despairing of ever getting your pre-baby body back, or if the thrill of losing lots of weight was crushed by the realization that now you have a ton of excess skin that you can’t get rid of, a tummy tuck may be right for you. Tummy tucks help to tighten loose abdominal muscles, excise excess skin, and eliminate larger amounts of fat around the abdomen.

If you are interested in looking and feeling your best in 2018, don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Bottger at 610-355-1929 today to schedule your consultation. We serve patients in and around Philadelphia, including Newtown Square and Bryn Mawr. 

November 21, 2017

The winter holidays are here, and men and women everywhere are preparing for company parties, reunions with old friends, and visits with extended family. It's time to bring your A-game and look your absolute best, and Philadelphia cosmetic surgeon Dr. David Bottger can help. Whether you're looking to wow with a new hourglass figure or simply steal the show withPhiladelphia Plastic Surgery and Injectables | Newtown Square beautiful, glowing skin, we have a treatment option for you.

If you're interested in breast surgery, body contouring, facial surgery, or non-surgical treatments, give us a call at 610-355-1929 to schedule your consultation. We help patients in Philadelphia, Newtown Square, and nearby areas of Pennsylvania get the appearance they want.

Breast and Body Surgery

If you're reluctant to bring out a low-cut dress due to lack of cleavage, or if you can't fit into the party dress you had your eye on, breast augmentation or liposuction may be able to help. Breast augmentation over the holidays is popular because:

  • Women want to fill out their holiday clothes and dress to impress
  • Often, companies give ample paid time off during the holidays, so you won't need to take a lot of personal time for recovery
  • Breasts often deflate after childbirth and breastfeeding, and many women want to restore their fullness before embarking on the holiday party circuit

Breast augmentation is often combined with a tummy tuck for a "mommy makeover" that can restore your pre-baby body and confidence.

Liposuction is another popular procedure, as it can contour the body with minimal downtime. If you've been working out and dieting all year long but don't have the kind of results you were hoping for, liposuction can help get rid of that stubborn fat for a slimmer, well-contoured body.

Facial Surgery

A facelift, eyelid lift, brow lift, or rhinoplasty can have a huge effect on the appearance. Sagging skin and drooping eyelids or brows contribute to looking older and more tired than you may actually feel. The nose is a central feature of the face that can throw off your facial harmony if it is out of balance in some way.

Look as amazing as you still feel inside with a facial surgery procedure done by board-certified, experienced plastic surgeon Dr. Bottger. He has the skill and experience to create subtle, natural results that will enhance your appearance while still retaining your unique beauty.

Non-Surgical Treatments

If cosmetic surgery is off the table for you but you still want to look great for the holidays, we offer a variety of non-surgical treatments to perk up your appearance. Some of the injectable treatments we offer include:

  • BOTOX® Cosmetic
  • Restylane
  • Juvederm
  • Radiesse

These treatments can help correct issues such as:

  • Nasolabial folds
  • Forehead wrinkles
  • Crow's feet
  • Frown lines
  • Thinning lips
  • Sagging cheeks
  • Dark circles
  • Hollow temples

Plump and smooth aging skin, enhance the lips and cheeks, reduce wrinkles, and take a few years off of your appearance without the need for surgery. Botox and dermal fillers require no recovery time and usually take fifteen minutes or less to perform, making them a perfect choice for someone on the go who wants to refresh their appearance but can't commit to surgery.

Schedule Your Consultation

If you're ready to face the holidays with a refreshed and rejuvenated appearance, don't hesitate to contact Dr. Bottger at 610-355-1929 today to schedule your consultation. We serve patients in Philadelphia, Newtown Square, and other nearby areas of Pennsylvania. 

October 25, 2017

An eyelid lift, or blepharoplasty, is a common plastic surgery procedure in Philadelphia. However, there are actually two different procedures under the “eyelid lift” or “blepharoplasty” umbrella: upper and lower eyelid surgery | philadelphia plastic surgeonupper and lower. These procedures accomplish different goals, and one or the other (or both) may be appropriate for you depending on your concerns.

Philadelphia plastic surgeon Dr. David Bottger has years of experience performing upper and lower blepharoplasty surgeries. Schedule your consultation by calling 610-355-1929 today.

What Is an Upper Blepharoplasty?

An upper blepharoplasty addresses the upper eyelids, and can help to remove excess skin and fat that are creating a drooping, tired look. Many men and women have upper blepharoplasty done in order to brighten and rejuvenate the entire eye area, leading to a more youthful and refreshed appearance.

Upper blepharoplasty can be combined with a brow lift if your eyebrows have begun to droop and affect the appearance of your eyes. Often, a combination brow lift and upper eyelid surgery provides the most comprehensive results.

You may be a good candidate for an upper blepharoplasty if:

  • You have excess skin or fat on the upper eyelid
  • You’re interested in obtaining a more youthful looking eye area
  • Your upper eyelid skin is sagging due to age

What Is a Lower Blepharoplasty?

A lower blepharoplasty focuses on the lower lid, and is best for removing under eye bags and wrinkles. As they age, many people develop prominent bags under their eyes, and under eye wrinkles can become a problem as well. A lower blepharoplasty removes eye bags and helps create a smooth, youthful appearance in the lower eye region.

Lower and upper eyelid surgery can also be combined if you want to address the entire eye area, rather than just a part. Often, patients opt to have combination surgery in order to achieve total rejuvenation of the eye area.

You may be a good candidate for a lower blepharoplasty if:

  • You have significant bags under your eyes
  • You have wrinkles under the eyes that bother you

Does Insurance Cover Upper or Lower Eyelid Surgery?

In rare cases, upper eyelid surgery may be covered by insurance. If your upper eyelid skin is so heavy that it obscures your vision (a condition called “ptosis”), insurance may deem your procedure medically necessary and cover some of the costs. However, you will need to undergo vision tests and obtain documentation from your eye doctor in this case.

Eyelid surgery for cosmetic purposes is not covered by insurance. Dr. Bottger does offer financing through CareCredit to help you afford your procedure, though. He will discuss the costs of upper and lower eyelid surgery during your consultation.

Schedule Your Blepharoplasty Consultation

If you are interested in achieving a more youthful eye area, don’t hesitate to contact Philadelphia eyelid surgeon Dr. David Bottger at 610-355-1929 today to schedule your consultation. Dr. Bottger will listen to your concerns, examine you carefully, and help you decide on a treatment plan that will achieve your goals.

Dr. Bottger serves patients in Philadelphia, Newtown Square, and other nearby areas of Pennsylvania. 

August 28, 2017

Philadelphia breast liftFor Philadelphia-area women considering a breast lift, finding the right variant of the procedure is important. You should only undergo the procedure that is right for you, and it's important to ensure you don't undergo anything more than you really need to achieve your goals.

Fortunately, when it comes to the breast lift, there are a few variants of the procedure that involve different incision types. This allows you to find the option that is right for you, instead of going through a one-size-fits-all process.

There are three variants on the breast lift procedure, and Dr. Bottger performs two of them. They are:

  • Circumareolar: This is sometimes called a “donut lift” because of the shape of the resulting scar. The procedure requires one subtle incision around the areola complex, and it's the best option if you have only mild sagging you wish to address. It also reduces the projection of the breast and nipple.
  • Vertical: This procedure is sometimes referred to as a “lollipop” lift. An incision is made around the areola and then vertically down to the fold of the breast. This is the best option for you if you have more significant sagging concerns.
  • Traditional: Finally, there's the so-called “traditional” breast lift technique, which involves the use of an incision around the areola, another vertically down to the breast fold and a final, crescent-shaped incision along the breast fold. Dr. Bottger does not offer this incision technique.

With the traditional technique out, this leaves you with the option of a circumareolar incision or a vertical incision. This decision will be determined by your unique circumstances – specifically, the extent of the breast sagging you wish to address. Dr. Bottger will ensure you only undergo the procedure that is appropriate for you.

If you live in or around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and you have questions about the breast lift, please call Dr. David A. Bottger today at 610-355-1929.

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