Breast Procedures

Dr. McLaughlin, West Magnolia Plastic Surgery in Fort Worth, Texas offers breast reconstruction and a wide variety of cosmetic breast procedures including breast augmentation, remove and replacement of breast implants, breast lift, breast reduction, breast revision, and inverted nipple surgical procedures with an on-site state-of-the-art operating suite. Patients enjoy not only extra pampering (comfy slippers, pretty gowns and soft blankets), but also the familiarity of Dr. McLaughlin’s regular staff, all with the added convenience and privacy that go with being able to have your procedure completed on-site.

Breast Augmentation- Fort Worth, TX

Breast augmentation is simply enhancing breast volume, as well as shape, with an implant. This procedure is done under general anesthesia as an outpatient surgery and may be combined with other breast or body procedures such as a breast lift or in combination with multiple procedures for a complete mommy makeover.

Breast Lift - Fort Worth, TX

Breast lift indicates removal of volume less significant than a breast reduction. Patients whose breasts have become deflated (known as breast ptosis) are generally candidates for this procedure.


Breast Reduction - Fort Worth, TX

Breast reduction indicates removal of more significant volume than a breast lift. Patients whose breasts have become larger than desired and perhaps deflated (known as breast ptosis) are generally candidates for this procedure.


Breast Revision - Fort Worth, TX

Breast Revisions include change of implant size or placement, exchanging saline for silicone gel implants, replacing older implants, capsular contracture, visible rippling, leaking implant, cosmetic complications.

Gynecomastia Correction - Fort Worth, TX


Breast & Nipple Reconstruction- Fort Worth, TX

Breast reconstruction is the process through which a patient with breast cancer has restored ‘breasts’ through either implant and/or tissue based techniques. Reconstruction is planned when a breast cancer diagnosis is first received and generally combined with the mastectomy…either one breast or both depending on many factors. Reconstruction is most commonly a staged technique requiring a series of surgeries with the timing influenced by the need for chemotherapy and/or radiation.