Breast Augmentation (Breast Implants)
22 year old woman woman who had been very thin all of her life was wearing a 34A bra. States she wanted to be larger but still proportioned for her slender frame. She now wears a 34C bra. Breast augmentation through an inframammary crease incision.
Performed By - Dr. Carlton Scroggins, M.D.
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It has been over a year since my cosmetic surgery. While my body has successfully healed, you cannot believe the significant positive impact the surgery has had on my self-esteem and inner spirit. I can now wear most of the latest fashions and am continuously complimented on my appearance. My twenty-two year old daughter constantly tells me how wonderful I look and often invites me to happy hour and outings with her friends. What a wonderful feeling!
Carlton Scroggins, M.D. is a noted plastic surgeon specializing in cosmetic breast surgery and body contouring. Dr. Scroggins' philosophy is to assure personal attention for those patients desiring a new image through body contouring and weight management.
- Anti-Aging Specialists
- Cosmetic Surgeons
- Medical Spas & Medspas
- Ophthalmology: Oculoplastics
- Plastic Surgeons
Dr. Scroggins owns and operates Plastic Surgery of Greater Washington. He graduated from the University of Missouri, Kansas City in 1980.
Dr. Scroggins completed a 5 year general surgery residency at Howard University Hospital along with a 1 year head & neck fellowship at District of Columbia General Hospital.
He completed his formal training in plastic surgery at St. Louis University in 1988 and then completed a microsurgery fellowship in Washington along with a cosmetic fellowship in Miami, Florida in 1988. After working with renowned plastic surgeons all over the country, he returned to the Washington DC area where he established a plastic surgery practice and assumed the duties as Chief of Plastic Surgery at Prince George's Hospital Center.
He held the position as chief until his resignation in 2002, when he decided to devote himself to exclusively to the private practice of plastic surgery.