Experiencing changes in your breast health can cause fear and uncertainty. But don’t worry, you are not alone. Mercy Health’s exceptional team of caregivers will be at your side, helping you every step of the way as you work toward recovery.

And if you’re considering a cosmetic procedure, we’re here to listen to your concerns and help embrace your vision. We’ll give you complete information, making it easier for you to choose the right option for you. With our help, you can make an informed decision to get the results you want.

Our breast surgeons are top experts in a wide variety of breast surgery procedures. Along with your personalized care team, we’re here to provide quality care with compassion to help you look and feel your very best.  It’s not just something we say – it’s what we do every day to help you be well.

Surgeries We Offer

  • Breast augmentation (mammoplasty)
  • Breast cancer surgery
  • Breast reduction
  • Gynecomastia reduction (for men)
  • Mastopexy (breast lift)
  • Microdochectomy

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation or breast enhancement (mammoplasty) uses implants to provide natural-looking enlargement for an enhanced, confident appearance. The implants we use are made of silicone or saline (salt water) encased in a soft silicone shell. Both types are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Breast Cancer Surgery

This can include lumpectomy, mastectomy and breast reconstruction.

Breast Reduction

Breast reduction surgery reduces and reshapes your breasts, achieving the natural, pleasing form and appearance you desire.

Gynecomastia Reduction for Men

Some degree of enlarged breasts (gynecomastia) affects one or both sides of the chest for 40-60% of men. It may be related to hormonal problems, obesity or certain drugs or medications, but often it has no known cause. Chest reduction surgery creates a flatter, more masculine contour.


With mastopexy, we raise and reshape sagging breasts, enhancing your appearance and self-image. We can also reduce the size of the dark area around your nipples (areolas), which may become enlarged or stretched after pregnancy or nursing a baby.


Also known as a total duct excision procedure, this surgical procedure removes milk ducts that cause nipple discharge. 

Why Choose Mercy Health?

You’ll feel at ease with our caring and compassionate team. From your first appointment to post-surgery care, your breast surgery and personal comfort are our first priority. We offer advanced surgery techniques and technology that ensure your surgery is as minimally invasive as possible. Reach out today to learn more or to find a surgeon near you.

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