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Augmentation mammoplasty, or breast augmentation, is typically performed to enlarge small, under developed breasts or breasts that have decreased in size after a woman has had children. Breast augmentation is accomplished by surgically inserting an implant behind each breast.
Many women consider undergoing breast implant surgery to enhance the size and shape of the natural bustline. Breast implants are also commonly used to restore a breast that has been removed or disfigured as a result of a mastectomy.
Body image is important to many women, and that includes the appearance of their breasts. In fact, breast implants come in a variety of sizes, shapes and profiles to achieve a natural-looking physique. Other important features include the texture of an implant’s shell and the substance that fills the shell. Implants approved the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) silicone which impact the look and feel of a breast implant, which affect the overall appearance of your breasts.
Breast Implants Standard Procedure Techniques
Individual factors and personal preferences will help you and your plastic surgeon to determine your appropriate breast size, the location of incisions, and whether breast implants will be placed on top of or underneath the chest muscle.
The size, type, and location of your breast implant may be determined by your goals for breast enhancement, your existing body frame, and mass, your existing breast tissue, and the preferences you and your plastic surgeon discuss.
A patient education video features a real patient who talks about her real breast implant surgery to help you make an informed decision and safely achieve a satisfied outcome.
Breast Implants Recovery Process
At the conclusion of your breast implant procedure, you may be placed in a surgical dressing that may include a support bra or garment. You should follow your plastic surgeon’s directions as prescribed. Prior to your discharge, you and your caregiver will be given detailed instructions about your post-surgical care including drains if they have been placed, the normal symptoms you will experience, and any potential signs of complication.
There is no downtime and you can walk soon after your breast implant surgery. It is very important that you walk a few minutes every few hours to reduce the risk of blood clot formation in your legs.
The first 2-5 days following your breast implant surgery you may feel stiff and sore in the chest region. Any dressings will be removed within several days, and you may be instructed to wear a support bra. Your breasts may feel tight and sensitive to the touch, and your skin may feel warm or itchy. You may experience difficulty raising your arms. You should not lift, push or pull anything, or engage in any strenuous activity or twisting of the upper body. Some discoloration and swelling will occur initially, but this will disappear quickly. Most residual swelling will resolve within a month.
Your surgeon may instruct you to do displacement exercises/implant massage. This is usually recommended when round smooth implants are used, and are done to try to keep the breast pocket open. The idea is to allow room for the implant to move and try to keep the breast soft and more natural looking. It is important to follow your surgeon’s instructions as directed.
*Disclaimer-"There is no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary from person to person."
Breast implants are a good way to enhance your breasts and get a well-defined breasts.
Results are just as great and help in boosting your self confidence and provide you the breasts that you have always desired.