Breast Augmentation Surgery

Breast augmentation with saline or silicone gel implants is the most common cosmetic procedure in the United States. In 2016, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, over 290,000 breast augmentation surgeries were performed.

Breast augmentation surgery has proven to be a safe and reliable way to enhance the appearance of breasts. Many women desire a change in the size, shape, or overall look. Some are self-conscious about their breasts, whether in or out of clothing. Many wonder whether the appearance they desire is attainable. During the planning phase, Dr. Lakshman carefully addresses every hope or concern his patients present. He performs a thorough analysis of their unique anatomy, presenting relevant questions and engaging in a candid discussion before arriving at a surgical plan. His objective is to create a pleasing look, shape, and feel that will prove physically and emotionally satisfying for many years to come.

Dr. Lakshman provides the consultation, performs the surgery, and personally sees patients in follow-up. As a dual board-certified plastic and hand surgeon with hundreds of satisfied clients, Dr. Lakshman continues to bring a standard of excellence to breast augmentation in greater Los Angeles and surrounding areas. We invite you to review more of our before and after breast augmentation pictures.

Before & after photos

* Individual results may vary.

* Individual results may vary.

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Are you ready for additional information or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Lakshman?

We invite you to call our office at 626-683-9080 and schedule a free consultation to have all your questions answered.


We encourage you to also review our Breast Lift and Breast Reconstruction procedures.

You can return to the Procedures page to review other excellent cosmetic surgery procedures.


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