R. Scott Haupt, M.D.

Utah Cosmetic Surgery (801) 293-8100
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Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

We are known as the pre-eminent breast enlargement surgical center in the Salt Lake Valley area. Quite simply, if you are interested in breast augmentation in Salt Lake City Utah, we are the experts you should turn to. For over two decades, we have performed thousands of breast enlargements, and our results are recognized as being among the very best in the industry.

Breast augmentation is based on two factors – the patient’s body shape and their goals. These are very subjective factors, which is why we highly recommend that you contact us for a consultation. However, several things are true regarding almost all breast enlargement surgeries.

Implants will be inserted, which could be either saline or silicone gel implants. On November 17, 2006, the FDA lifted its restrictions on the use of silicone gel implants, approving them for all women aged 22 or older having their first breast augmentation. Now that they are fully available, we would recommend silicone gel implants over saline implants, as they have a more natural look and feel to them.

The end result is largely determined by your body type. Most women want breasts that are larger, yet natural looking. This is what we specialize in. To achieve this, the size of the implant must be relative to your height, weight, and body frame. This can only be determined by a physical examination. The end goal is fuller, but natural-looking breasts.

Minimal scarring is always our top priority. Scarring is the number one concern for most women when considering breast augmentation and enlargement surgery. We understand this, and utilize the most advanced techniques available -- in most cases, there will be very minimal scars that are very hard to detect. See Surgical Methods for more information.

There are a variety of ways the implant can be inserted. This is determined by your personal preference, body type, and our recommendations. While each type of insertion technique works well, certain types are better in certain situations – please see Surgical Methods for more information.