Have you had previous surgeries which did not yield the desired results? Perhaps you have some issues with genetic abnormalities that keep you from enjoying your femininity? Are you uncomfortable or unable to participate in activities due to large breasts? Dr. Spiegel offers breast correction surgery for these concerns and truly wants every woman to be fully confident in her appearance and ready to enjoy her life fully.
To schedule your consultation for one of the corrective procedures below, call the office at 713-441-6102 or fill out the contact us form and we will get back with you within 24 hours.
Before Your Visit —
We encourage you to review the educational information on your chosen surgery, view our before and after gallery, and read about our patient journeys prior to your visit with Dr. Spiegel. We want you to feel comfortable with your choice and believe an informed decision is best. Please make note of any questions or concerns you have so that Dr. Spiegel can address them at your visit.
The forms below should be filled out and brought with you for your appointment. If you are unable to print and fill them our ahead of time, please be sure to arrive at least fifteen minutes before your scheduled appointment to allow yourself enough time to complete them.
*Please note there are two history & physical forms, you need only choose one. Just be sure if you are interested in breast reduction that you complete that particular form, all other surgical procedures should choose the new patient form instead.
During Your Visit —
Dr. Spiegel and her team will review your history and have a brief interview with you. You will have a physical examination and photographs will be taken for your medical record. Once the history and physical is performed, Dr. Spiegel will address any questions and concerns and discuss the individual restorative options that are available for you based on your lifestyle, activity level, medical status, body type, and expectations. Some patients find it helpful to have a significant other or a family member accompany them for their appointment, as there is a lot of information to take in and they can also be an important source of support that can help you in making decisions.