The goal of our Beverly Hills breast augmentation is to increase breast volume, improve breast shape or to correct breast asymmetry. Although it’s one of the most common cosmetic procedures, it can be anxiety-provoking due to the sheer number of choices available such as implant size, shape, and position.
A combination of aesthetic concerns requires a combination surgical plan. Breast augmentation with lift can beautifully restore full, firm, and elevated breasts that complement the figure and provide you with a broader range of wardrobe choices. Sagging, sunken breasts can be caused by not only aging, but also by pregnancy and nursing, weight fluctuations, and heredity.
During the procedure, the doctor will assist you in selecting the right implants for your body. Implants today come in a variety of shapes and sizes, so the procedure can be personalized to meet your needs. If asymmetry is an issue, saline implants can be filled to two different capacities, combatting the imbalance.
Dr. Lee will then perform a breast lift, using one of the following techniques:
Most patients are sore for the first week. Dr. Lee and her team and PERK will closely monitor you after surgery and optimize your recovery with tailored bras, lymphatic massage, lasers for bruising, guided meditations, nutritional support and postsurgical exercise.
Dr. Michelle Lee created PERK Plastic Surgery to give clients a chance to realize the most outstanding versions of themselves possible. As an ivy-league-educated, board-certified plastic surgeon who starred in E! Entertainment's Dr. 90210 TV show, Dr. Lee has honed a virtually unsurpassed degree of artistry, skill and precision, which is evident in her transformative results.
After obtaining her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania on a merit scholarship, Dr. Lee pursued a six-year Integrative Plastic Surgery Residency at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Lee then completed an elite Fellowship in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery at Harvard Medical School's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.