Breast augmentation is a cosmetic surgery or saline implants. From the perspective of a plaastic surgeon, the ultimate goal of breast augmentation is to improve the natural proportions of a patient and create a more symmetrically and aesthetically pleasing breast profile. The exact procedure is designed to meet the individual needs of a woman.
Genetics or natural changes in your body can leave you too small or undefined breasts. You can feel that your breasts do not give you the feminine curves you want. Whether you lack fullness, volume or an attractive shape, a breast augmentation can help. With implants, breast augmentation can improve the size and shape of your breasts to create a balanced and voluptuous aesthetic.
The incisions are made in discrete areas to minimize visible scarring. We will discuss which incision options are appropriate for your desired result. Incision options include: along the areolar border (peri-areolar incision), the fold under the breast (inframammary fold) and in the axilla (axillary incision).
The great advantage of silicone implants is that they are the softest breast implants on the market. If you are looking for the most natural-looking breast implant, there is no doubt that you will be happy with a silicone breast implant. Silicone breast implants are among the most studied medical devices in the world, and to date, all research shows that there is no risk to the health of silicone implants. This means that you do not have to worry about leaking or spreading the silicone. They are really safe and the softest and most natural feeling implant on the market.
The size of the implants you choose depends on a number of factors, including your ultimate appearance goals and your individual framework. In the same way that the same bra or even a shirt can fit different people completely differently depending on the size and shape of its chest, the same size of implant may seem completely different from patient to patient. During the consultation, the size and placement of the implant will be carefully chosen to suit each patient individually.