Palm Harbor Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Isidoros Moraitis, is experienced in Breast Asymmetry Surgery for women in the Palm Harbor and Clearwater area. While a slight difference in breast size is common among most women, breast size discrepancy in some women can be marked. A woman’s breasts can be different not only in size but also in shape. The position of the nipple can also be quite different in each breast.Read More
Symmastia, also known as Symmastia, is a condition that occurs when breast implants sit too close to the middle of a woman’s chest and in extreme cases even touch each other. Some women refer to symmastia as “breadloafing” or the “uniboob” look.Read More
Breast Reduction Surgery may be your solution to the discomfort caused by excessively large breasts. The constant back and neck pain, shoulder notching from bra straps, poor posture, and difficulty participating in certain activities are several of breast reduction most common complaints from patients in Palm Harbor and Clearwater with naturally large breasts.Read More
A breast lift improves the aesthetics and symmetry of the breasts by reducing droop (ptosis) and repositioning the breasts to a higher position. Palm Harbor and Clearwater patients often choose breast lift surgery to rejuvenate their appearance after pregnancy, following significant weight change, or to combat the effects of aging and gravity.Read More
Whether your breasts have diminished in fullness over time or have never been the size you desire, you may be a good candidate for breast augmentation. Palm Harbor and Clearwater patients choose Dr. Moraitis as their plastic surgeon because of the approach and experience he brings to their care. He prioritizes natural-looking enhancement that complements the patient’s frame, and he focuses his surgeries on improving fullness, symmetry, and shape.
Dr. Moraitis works with each patient to help her achieve the look she wants. He can perform many variations of breast augmentation, and he will discuss your options and preferences during an in-depth consultation. This helps ensure that the outcome matches your expectations.
Gynecomastia is the development of abnormal breast tissue in men. This condition is more common than many realize. If you are one of the estimated 40 to 60 percent of the male population that is affected by this, you are not alone. Gynecomastia, or large male breasts, can involve only one breast or both.Read More