Breast augmentation

Breast augmentation surgery is a popular procedure designed to enhance the size and shape of the breasts, providing women with renewed confidence and an improved self-image. This surgical procedure  involves the insertion of implants, typically filled with silicone gel or saline solution, to augment the breast tissue and can be an excellent option for women looking to achieve a fuller bust, regain lost volume after pregnancy or weight loss, or correct congenital asymmetry. The procedure is tailored to each individual’s unique goals and body proportions, ensuring natural-looking and proportionate results. During his time at UT Southwestern, Dr. Cheah trained directly under the legendary William P. Adams, MD. He was the only resident to have his cases supervised directly by Dr. Adams, a remarkable honor and testament to his advanced skill and clinical acumen. He is a firm proponent of Tissue-Based Planning, which allows for individualized selection of implants in order to achieve natural, long-lasting results, as well as the Rapid Recovery Breast Augmentation protocol pioneered by Dr. Adams and his mentor in turn, Dr. John Tebbetts – a legendary plastic surgeon and former UT Southwestern faculty. Ultimately, breast augmentation empowers women to embrace their femininity, enhance their body contour, and enjoy newfound confidence in their appearance.

Surgical Notes



Length of surgery

2-3 hours depending upon complexity

Procedure type



1-2 weeks

Adjunct Procedures

Breast lift (Mastopexy), Fat grafting, Nipple repositioning, Internal Bra placement