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Breast Augmentation Surgery

- Implant type: Silicone implant

- Emplacement technique: under the armpit (transaxillary)

- Implant placement: over the pectorial muscle

Breast Augmentation Surgery

- Implant type: Silicone implant

- Emplacement technique: under the armpit (transaxillary)

- Implant placement: under the pectorial muscle

Breast Augmentation Surgery

- Emplacement technique: under the breast fold (Inframammary)

- Implant type: Silicone implant

- Implant placement: over the pectorial muscle

Breast Augmentation Surgery

- Implant type: Silicone Implant

- Emplacement technique: under the breast fold (Inframammary)

- Implant placement: under the pectorial muscle

Breast Augmentation Surgery

- Implant type: Silicone implant

- Emplacement technique: under the nipple (periareolar)

- Implant placement: over the pectorial muscle

Breast Augmentation Surgery

- Implant type: Silicone implant

- Emplacement technique: under the nipple (periareolar)

- Implant placement: under the pectorial muscle

Breast Augmentation Surgery

- Implant type: Silicone implant

- Emplacement technique: belly button (transumbilical)

- Implant placement: over the pectorial muscle

Breast Augmentation Surgery

- Implant type: Silicone implant

- Emplacement technique: belly button (transumbilical)

- Implant placement: under the pectorial muscle

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Breast Augmentation

The female breast was, is and will be one of the most powerful female "weapons". Breasts are unable to kill but perfectly capable to captivate the eye. The more they are well-formed and richer; breasts are considered a symbol of sexuality.

  • What is breast augmentation?

    Breast augmentation involves using implants or fat transfer from elsewhere in the body, to increase its size and to restore elasticity after losing weight or after pregnancy.

  • What are the effects of such an operation??

    Breast augmentation can: Make the chest look more "full" and firmer. Improve the "balance" of your silhouette. Strengthen your confidence and improve the image you have of yourself.

    Implants may be used also to restore the appearance of the breast after mastectomy. Breast augmentation, CANNOT restore a very droopy chest. If you wish to show your breasts more 'full' and firmer but encounter special flaccidity problem you may also need a breast lift surgery done simultaneously with the augmentation.

  • When do you need to undergo breast augmentation surgery?

    The surgery is a very personal matter and should be done for the woman herself and not someone else. It is a decision that the woman should take to make a gift to herself and not to please someone else.

  • You are the right candidate for breast augmentation surgery when:

    You are perfectly healthy. You have realistic expectations. Your breasts are fully developed. You find stressing that your breasts are small. You are dismayed that after pregnancy or weight loss your breasts have lost their firmness and volume. You feel that the upper part of your body is "empty". Your breasts are asymmetrical, one breast or both failed to grow properly and are tubular.

  • What implants do we use?

    The implants used are ONLY implants with FDA approval and therefore offer all the guarantees for the patient to feel safe and secure. Usually we use the company MENTOR. The implants are either round or anatomical depending on the anatomy of the patient, and the choice of the physician.

  • What are the techniques used in breast augmentation?

    The basic techniques are three.

     

    • Placing the implant beneath the breast. (Sub glandular)
    • Implant Placement beneath the fascia and muscle (Sub facial)
    • Placement of the implant beneath the muscle. (Sub -Muscular or Dual plane)
     

    The technique that the doctor will use depends on the anatomy of the patient. For example, for a chest which has volume-mass and we just want to augment it, we place the implant beneath the breast (subglandular) because the implant is covered from the breast.

    With the first two techniques, Subglandular and Subfacial, the pain is minimal and the patient can return home 2-3 hours after surgery. In Dual plane, because the muscles are involved, you might need some painkillers

    When there is no chest and there is the aesthetic risk of the implant to show, it is placed underneath the muscle and the membrane that cover it. The point is the chest to seem as natural as possible. Those are the techniques. Any other names appearing in various magazines and websites are trade names used by physicians for obvious reasons.

  • Can you change the implants and if so when?

    The last generation implants we use- being the 6th generation of implants since their first production- promise eternity! You do not have to remove them if they do not disturb.

  • When can the implants annoy me?

    The insert can irritate only if a complication called capsular fibrosis will occur.

  • What is capsular fibrosis?

    Our organization surrounds any 'foreign' object, as the silicone implant, with tissue in order to integrate it into our bodies, with a casing called capsule. Some people (today 1-1.5%) create fibrous, i.e. hard, capsule. In breast augmentation this means that the chest hardens and creates a feeling of pain. When and if this happens, no one can know and certainly it cannot be foreseen by the doctor. It is for example like a vaccine, to some is not apparent, to others it is.

    If this happens to me what can I do? If the patient develops capsular fibrosis, with a small and brief intervention, we remove the capsule and renew the implants. Minor complications may arise in all surgical procedures, of any kind. The hands of an experienced surgeon, however, are able to solve all these problems easily and painlessly.

 

 
 
 
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