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For many women, breast enhancement surgery is a means to overcoming insecurities and feeling better about their bodies. The procedure involves putting implants above or underneath the breast tissue, depending on the woman’s pectoral muscles.
Although mentioning breast augmentation is taboo for many, it should not be frowned upon. It can serve as a solution to a variety of problem, especially for women with underdeveloped breasts or for those who have had complications with childbirth and age.
To get started, you can consult our surgeons to help you get closer to your ideal breast shape and size.
Breast implants are placed in two locations: either in front or behind the pectoral muscle. Choosing between which type of placement to follow is based largely on the client’s body type and the surgeon’s discretion.
Placing the implants under the pectoral muscle usually produces a more natural result, and it is usually the first option for most surgeons. This process requires a longer recovery period but produces more natural results. In cases where the client already has a lot of breast tissue, surgeons usually advise placing the implant in front of the pectoral muscle. This method requires a shorter recovery period and takes less time to complete.
All forms of surgeries and procedures each come with their own risks, and breast enhancement is no exception. Patients who are between 20-35 years old and are relatively fit rarely experience any complications. For those that do experience complications, the general issues that arise include post-operative bleeding, infection, and bruising. These complications often arise as a result of misplaced implants. To avoid these complications, it is best to discuss with your surgeon before your surgery.
Breast implants will usually last around ten to fifteen years before they need to be replaced. Going beyond the advised timeframe increases risk of ruptures, tears, and leakage. In the event that your implant does rupture, your doctor will usually ask you get an MRI scan to get a picture of the situation. More often than not, the surgeon will remove and replace the implants via a secondary operation.
The kind of implant, placement, and location of incision are a few of the many choices that you and your surgeon must discuss before the operation. At Inspire Cosmetics, all operations are done in state-of-the art medical centers equipped with the latest machines and devices. All our rooms are comfortable and very private.
In the very beginning of the process, around three weeks before your operation, you will be required to fill up some paperwork concerning your procedure. You will also have to go to pre-operation consultations with your attending surgeon. On 12 midnight before your operation, you will be told to fast and rest.
The surgery proper will take around one to two hours. You will be given general anesthesia by one of our certified anesthesists.
After the operation, your breasts will be filtrated with local anesthesia after your procedure in order to minimize risks of blood loss. All your wounds and incisions will be closed up using dissolved sutures to ensure they heal fast and infection-free. You will also be given gentle gauze bandages and waterproof dressings. In the days following the surgery, you will be monitored for a day to make sure that you do not encounter any problems. You will be able to return home two days after the operation but will have to return for a follow-up consultation and evaluation.