Breast Augmentations – Helping Women Feel More Feminine and Confident

Breast augmentation is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures. Women may desire breast augmentation to achieve a more feminine contour or restore volume loss related to age and breastfeeding.

For a limited time, Quintessa is offering complimentary breast augmentation consultations, and if you refer a friend, you both will receive $250 off your surgery!


During the consultation process, you will meet with Dr. Butz who will provide you with all the information you’ll need to consider during this procedure, listening carefully to your specific needs. He will then assess your unique situation and allow you to test different implant sizes in order to find the perfect match for you.

During the surgery, our surgeons may use an inframammary fold incision (an incision along the lower part of the breast). This 1.75 inch incision will hide within the natural fold, allowing the scar to hide naturally.

With the expertise of Dr. Butz, we will ensure the procedure meets your goals as closely as possible.


After the the breast augmentation procedure you can expect to take pain medicine for 1-2 days and the over the counter pain relievers for another 1-2 days. However, some patients may need no pain medicine at all.

It is normal to feel a slightly uncomfortable sense of tightness or swelling around the breast area, but most patients report that this feeling goes away within a week.

Recovery Time: 5-7 days

See Dr.  Butz and his Surgical Coordinator Jamie Koch discuss the procedure in the video below!


To schedule a consultation or for more information, call 1-800-499-4309 or fill out the consultation form below!

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Whether you’re interested in plastic surgery or exploring non-surgical alternatives, we’re confident Quintessa’s team of certified specialists can help achieve the results you’re looking for. Schedule a consultation today or visit us in person at one of our southeastern Wisconsin locations in Delafield, MadisonMequon, Middleton and Sheboygan to learn more.