In this post, we can address questions that usually arise regarding breast augmentation surgery, such as:
1. How is breast augmentation surgery performed and what is the procedure?
2. What are the risks and complications that can arise after surgery?
3. How is the appropriate size and shape of breast implants chosen?
4. How long is the recovery time and what are the recommendations after surgery?
5. What results can be expected from breast augmentation surgery?
Breast augmentation surgery, also known as breast augmentation mammoplasty, is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries worldwide. Through this surgery, the shape, size, and fullness of breasts can be improved, with the goal of achieving a more attractive and proportional appearance. In this process, breast implants are used and are placed underneath the breast gland or pectoral muscle, which can be made of different materials. If you are considering breast augmentation surgery, it is important to understand everything that it entails and to work closely with a certified plastic surgeon to develop a safe and effective treatment plan that meets your aesthetic needs and goals.
How is breast augmentation surgery performed and what is the procedure?
Breast augmentation procedure is generally performed under general anesthesia and can last between 1 and 3 hours. The surgeon makes an incision in the skin under the breast, around the areola, or in the armpit and places the breast implant either under the pectoral muscle or under the breast gland.
What are the risks and complications that can arise after surgery?
Breast augmentation surgery is considered safe when performed by a certified and experienced plastic surgeon in a properly accredited healthcare facility.
In summary, although there are no absolute safety guarantees in any surgery, breast augmentation surgery can be safe and effective for many patients as long as it is performed with care and caution, in an appropriate medical setting, and by a certified and experienced plastic surgeon.
How is the appropriate size and shape of breast implants chosen?
The choice of size and shape of breast implants is based on the anatomy and individual preferences of each patient. The plastic surgeon will work together with the patient to determine the size, shape, texture, and material of breast implants that best suit their needs and desires.
How long is the recovery time and what are the recommendations after surgery?
Recovery after breast augmentation surgery varies from person to person, but it generally takes several weeks to fully recover. It is recommended to avoid lifting heavy objects or performing strenuous activities during the first few weeks after surgery. The use of a special bra for breast support and to help reduce swelling may also be recommended.
What results can be expected from breast augmentation surgery?
The results of breast augmentation surgery may vary according to the patient and their individual anatomy, but in general, an increase in breast size and fullness can be expected. The results are usually long-lasting, but breast implants may need to be replaced at some point in the future.
In conclusion, breast augmentation surgery is a safe and effective procedure that can help improve the appearance of breasts and increase the self-confidence of many women. If you are interested in undergoing this type of surgery, contact us or schedule an appointment at Renovarte at 818 401 8126 or you can also ask questions through WhatsApp at 81 1225 5681.1.