I had a breast augmentation in 2008 after I had my second son. When I was pregnant with both of my children my boobs were bigger than a DDD, and after each child they shriveled back down to a nearly B cup. When I had my first surgery it was done by a different doctor not Dr. Geppert, and I knew something was not right about the way my implants looked right away. There was a lot of extra skin and they were spilling out of my bra and bathing suits. When I went in for my consultation with my first surgeon he said that I should get implants, as well as a lift, because of the extra skin from each of my pregnancies, but I could go without the lift and they would look fine. I decided to just get the implants, and I decided on 375cc saline implants. I ignored the issues I was having after my surgery, and I just thought that I would deal with the extra skin issues, because they looked decent with clothes on. After 2 years my implants started dropping even more, and they made a very strange squishy sound. They were also very heavy, and my bra straps started leaving indentions in my shoulders. After a few more years my boobs started sagging even more, and eventually my 375cc implants that were hanging halfway down to my belly button. I was wearing a 34 DDD bra, and I could not wear the clothes, bathing suits, or even bras that I wanted. I found myself hating them, and I did not even want my husband to look at them. I went to Dr. Geppert and I was really happy to find a woman plastic surgeon in my area. She walked in the room and knew right away what issue I was having by the way my boobs looked in the robe. She was very understanding and listened to what I was feeling, and what I was going through over the past 5 years with these implants. She gave me her advice about what I should do, and she said with the amount of extra skin I had before my first augmentation I should have had a lift to begin with. The extra skin over time was getting pulled down even more from the implants, and the implants were completely out of the pocket that was created in the first surgery. She explained what she was going to do, and the difference between silicone and saline. I decided I wanted her to exchange my saline implants with 400CC Silicone implants, and she was also going to do a breast lift to remove the extra skin. The day of the surgery she was very supportive, because she knew I was nervous. I knew as soon as the dressing was taken off that my new boobs looked amazing. My husband took one look at them, and said they looked amazing even with the tape on them. I healed very well and was back to work after 4 days. I went to my follow up appointments, and Dr. Geppert answered all of my questions about how long my recovery would take, and what I could expect in the next few weeks. When I went for my 6 week follow-up appointment Dr. Geppert clipped the strings from the stitches, and she was just as excited as I was about my results. I even started crying and I told her she changed my life in such a great way. I couldn’t have asked for better results, and now I have perfect size D boobs. They are very natural looking and feeling, and they fit my body perfectly. Dr. Geppert gave me exactly what I wanted, and I am very grateful to her, because I feel like I have my life back. I feel good about what I am wearing, and I can run around with my children, workout, and go swimming without having to tug at my bra or bathing suit top. Thank you Dr. Geppert for being such an amazing doctor. I know this is a long review, but I wanted to my experience with my previous surgery, and how Dr. Geppert helped me so much.