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BREAST AUGMENTATION IN BANGALORE
(BREAST ENLARGEMENT / BREAST IMPLANTS /AUGMENTATION MAMMAPLASTY)
Breast augmentation, is a surgical procedure helps to change the size and shape of breasts to achieve a fuller, more symmetrical larger breasts. Breast Augmentation even serves as a reconstructive procedure to correct breast asymmetry following breast cancer, or to restore volume caused by weight loss, pregnancy or ageing. Breast Augmentation is not suitable for people with an immune disorder or who have cancer. Also not appropriate for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Breast Implant Types
Breast implants, both saline and silicone, have proven to be a safe and effective cosmetic enhancement option that provides women with breasts that are fuller and more youthful in appearance.
Silicone implants are FDA-approved for use in breast augmentation patients who are over the age of 22. Composed of a silicone outer shell and filled with a thick, silicone gel, this type of implant is known for its natural appearance and feel. There is a lesser risk of rippling with silicone implants, and they are often more advantageous for women who are exceptionally thin or are undergoing breast reconstruction.
- Candidates who wants to increase fullness and/or size of breasts
- Candidates who wants to improve Breast asymmetry
- Candidates who want to improve Breast sagging
- Candidates who want to increase lost volume after pregnancy, breastfeeding or weight loss
- Candidates who wants to increase self-confidence.
- Candidates whose one breast is lower than the other
- Individuals do not have medical illness / life-threatening illness that can impair healing.
- Non – Smokers and Non alcoholics
- Best suited for
Breast augmentation is typically performed under general anesthesia. It can also be done using intravenous sedation that gives you medication through an IV in your arm that makes you drowsy. During the procedure different incisions can be used to place breast implants. The most common incision is called an inframammary incision, and it is made underneath the breast, along the breast fold. Implants can also be placed using an incision in your armpit (transaxillary), or along your areola (periareolar), the pigmented area surrounding your nipple. Under some circumstances, an incision is made in your belly button (umbilicus) to place breast implants.
Pain, discomfort swelling, soreness and bruising are the most common symptoms after the surgery, but this can be managed with medication. Stitches are typically removed within the first 10 days after surgery. Patients can usually get back to their normal routines within a few days to a week. For the first two weeks it is recommended that you sleep on your back or side. Avoid smoking for at least three weeks after surgery as it impairs wound healing.