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Your Breast Augmentation Armadale

There are several reasons women opt for breast augmentation surgery:

  •  Their breasts don’t feel womanly
  •  They can’t find the right clothes because of their breast sizes
  •   Their breasts never recovered after a pregnancy

In Inspire Cosmetics, breast augmentation is one of our most commonly sought out procedures and it is a means for many women to achieve full, natural-looking breasts.

But what exactly is breast augmentation? Breast augmentation (also called breast enhancement) refers to a procedure where breast implants are inserted in the breast region in order to achieve a better aesthetic look.

How safe is breast augmentation??

Given the right treatment, breast augmentation is a relatively safe procedure compared to other forms of cosmetic surgery. In order to ensure your safety, it is best to select a board certified surgeon with the right credentials for the job.

For safety reasons, it is also important to choose the right kind of implants. Most of our doctors prefer the silicone implants because they are much less likely to rupture and cause skin wrinkling than saline implants. The thick cover of the silicone implants prevents leakage which may cause infection—the silicone gel implants give the perfect combination of the best breast implants matched with low risk of internal body issues, which makes for a near perfect breast augmentation surgery.

Where is the implant placed?

The implant is placed either right behind or in front of the pectoralis major muscle. Finding the right place for the implant is a major decision for the attending surgeon; wrong placement can cause unwanted problems such as a double fold (also known as double bubble effect) or unnatural breast curvature.

What is Capsular Contracture?

Capsular contracture is one of the most common problems that can result from an improperly performed breast augmentation procedure. Since the human body is naturally inclined to protect itself, it will treat any foreign object—including a breast implant—as a threat. When an implant is inserted, the body covers it with a thin, usually benign layer of collagen. So long as a qualified surgeon performs the procedure, the layer of collagen will not be a problem. However, in some cases, the surgeon must take additional steps including proper administration of antibiotics and sterilization of the breast region in order to prevent irritation and thickening of the collagen layer.

What are the different types, shapes and features of breast implants?

Our surgeons are capable of acquiring the purest and highest quality silicone implants available—ones that are usually produced in a fully automated, state-of-the-art facility. There is a variety of implants. Most are made of a silicone outer shell and filled with silicone gel. Other implants, on the other hand, are filled with a sterile saline solution instead of silicone gel. The latter has a greater potential of leaking. Another variety called “Furry Brazilians” (or polyurethane-coated implants) are subtler and dissolve in the body a few months post-operation.

You can also choose from a variety of shapes from teardrop to round implants. The latter are dome shaped; these are the usual choice for most of our clients because they give a more classic and natural appearance. The teardrop (also called anatomical) shaped implants are less popular because require a longer incision to be inserted and can rotate within the breast tissue.

Our patients can also choose between textured or smooth outer covers. There is still an ongoing debate as to whether finely roughened implants can reduce the chances of capsular contracture.

A lot of women prefer substantial enlargement, but at the same time, they do not want to lose the natural look. There are also several breast projections available depending on the anatomy and outlook of the patient—all of which are discussed throughout the consultation process right before the operation.

To reduce any pre-operation anxieties you may have, we suggest that you voice your concerns openly so that our surgeons and staff can tailor the procedure to your needs.