Breast augmentation, is a surgical operation that is performed to enlarge the breasts for a number of reasons:
To enhance the shape of a woman, who feels that her breast size is too small.
To correct a loss in breast volume after pregnancy.
To correct a difference in breast size, when there is a noticeable difference between the size of breasts.
To restore breast shape after mastectomy procedure.
To replace existing breast implants for cosmetic or reconstructive reasons.
Breast enlargement is accomplished by inserting a breast implant either behind the breast tissue,or under the chest muscle.
The incisions are done so that they leave scars as inconspicuous as possible, around the lower part of the areola.
Breast implants are available in a variety of shapes and sizes. Implant selection and size, will depend on your preferences, your anatomy, and the Doctors recommendation.
The shape and size of the breasts prior to surgery will influence both the recommended treatment and the final results.
We will help you obtain the ideal breast shape that will both complement and enhance your body proportions.
This information will give you a basic understanding of the breast enlargement procedure. However, all patients are unique. An individualized consultation is needed to select the procedure most appropriate for your needs.
Breast augmentation, also known as mammoplasty, is a surgical enhancement procedure to accentuate the size and shape of a woman’s breasts. While breast augmentation will make the breasts larger, the surgery will not move the breasts closer together or lift sagging breasts. Breast augmentation is tremendous help to patients who desire a fuller profile, who have lost breast volume due to pregnancy or nursing, or who have undergone breast reconstruction and want to gain a more natural look again.
Breast enhancement surgery, whether it is implants or breast lift, will be accomplished using local anesthesia with sedation. This will insure safety at all levels of your treatment. we have been using this method for over 30 years, serving over 30,000 patients without complication.
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