Cosmetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery
Dr. Ali specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery. In addition to medical training as a surgeon, Dr. Ali has gone through extensive additional training in aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery. His qualifications also include years of training in cosmetic surgery, trauma surgery and pediatric surgery. Additionally, Dr. Ali has performed hundreds of breast enhancements and enjoys privileges at several major Michigan hospitals.
Following medical schooling, Dr. Ali completed 11 years of additional training, including fellowship training, in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery at Women’s College Hospital in Toronto. In addition to his fellowship training, Dr. Ali has completed:
- Fellowship in Microsurgery and Trauma at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto
- 1 year fellowship at Children’s Hospital in Toronto for Pediatric Surgery
- 2 years of plastic surgery at Providence Hospital
- 5 years of general surgery training at Providence and North Oakland hospitals in Michigan
- 1 year pediatric internship in New York
The following are types of breast procedures performed by Dr. Ali on a regular basis.
A breast augmentation uses implants to enlarge one or both breasts. Learn More
A breast lift typically removes tissue and reshapes the breast in order to provide a more youthful appearance to the breast. A breast lift can be combined with implants to also increase volume. Learn More
This procedure rebuilds one or both breast, often after mastectomy or major trauma. Dr. Ali is a top breast reconstruction surgeon who handles many referrals from oncologists and other doctors. Learn More
Large breast can cause many health issues and discomfort. A breast reduction removes tissue and reshapes one or both breast to provide a smaller profile. Learn More
There are a variety of conditions that can be corrected with nipple surgery, including size change, repositioning and inversion. Nipple correction surgery can be combined with a breast enhancement or performed as a stand-alone procedure. Learn More