With work that has been called “life-changing” and “magic” by patients, Dr. Repta has made a name for himslef with his outstanding results. If you’re considering any kind of breast surgery in the greater Phoenix area, we invite you to reach out to our office to schedule a consultation with Dr. Repta. Consultations with the doctor are private and comfortable, and offer the opportunity to voice any questions or concerns you may have.
Breast Augmentation is the most common plastic surgery procedure in the country followed only by rhinoplasty (nose job). Although breast augmentation may go by many different names including breast implants, breast enhancement, and boob job, it all means the same thing: to increase the volume and improve the shape of the breast.Learn More
What is a breast lift. Simply put, a breast lift is any breast shaping procedure designed to lift and shape the breast into a more youthful and aesthetically pleasing appearance. Breast lifts are generally needed to correct breast ptosis. Breast ptosis is when the areola, breast tissue, or both have sagged below the border of the infra-mammary fold or breast fold.Learn More
While breast augmentation is the most popular plastic surgery procedure, breast reduction remains a tremendously gratifying and helpful procedure for women who happen to have too much of a good thing. Many women struggle with large breasts and the symptoms that are associated with supporting heavy breasts.Learn More
Breast augmentation continues to be the most common plastic surgery procedure in the U.S. Because of this the frequency of patients that decide to revise their breast augmentation is also common. Breast revision surgery is the process of figuring out what the issue or issues are and understanding what the patient is ideally trying to accomplish and then generating a plan that best meets those needs.Learn More
While countless women enjoy breast implants without any complications, some suffer from breast implant illness (BII) at some point after breast augmentation. The symptoms can start shortly after surgery or many years later. BII is not a disease, as such, but a range of symptoms that some women experience after breast augmentation.Learn More