BREAST AUGMENTATION

It is known that every woman loves to have a flawless body, and as breasts are an important feature in the female body, we offer you this procedure to help you get the feminine feature you dream of

BREAST AUGMENTATION

It is known that every woman loves to have a flawless body, and as breasts are an important feature in the female body, we offer you this procedure to help you get the feminine feature you dream of

About the procedure

In this procedure, the main goal is to increase the size, shape, or fullness of the breast. using breast implants or fat transfer
It is usually needed after weight reduction or pregnancy, or to achieve a more rounded breast shape and improve natural breast size asymmetry.
for some women, it’s part of rebuilding the breast for various conditions.

Before the procedure

At the first visit to your doctor, he will examine you, make a suitable plan for your condition, arrange the date for the surgery and will give you some instructions like
You shouldn’t eat or drink anything after midnight the night before the surgery as you’ll go under general anesthesia
You might need to stop some of your medications like aspirin or other NSAIDs two weeks before the surgery
You should cut smoking for two weeks before the surgery and two weeks after
do not consume alcohol or smoke for a few weeks before and after surgery for smooth and fast healing
start a healthy lifestyle before and after the surgery to recover faster and to keep the result for a longer period of time.
Familiarize yourself with your new bras: Your surgeon will provide you with a special post-op bra to wear after surgery. After a few weeks, you’ll graduate to a sports bra. It can help to familiarize yourself with the bras you’ll need and wear before you have to actually start using them.

After the procedure

Full recovery can take on average six weeks or so. every woman’s body is unique, there is no exact timeline for recovery.

you may experience some soreness and swelling for a few weeks after surgery. Bruising is possible, too. Expect scars to fade over time but not disappear completely.

While you’re healing, it might help to wear a compression bandage or sports bra for extra support and positioning of the breast implants. Your surgeon might prescribe pain medication as well.

During the procedure

Medications are administered for your comfort during the surgical procedure Which might be intravenous sedation or general anesthesia. Your doctor will recommend the best choice for you.
the next step will be the placement of incisions depending on the technique used that is best for the patient’s anatomy, taking into consideration her incision preferences.
The surgeon will place the incisions in natural creases as far as possible to keep the subsequent scars concealed.
Then the surgeon will place the implants either in front of the pectoral muscle right behind the breast tissue, or just below the pectoral muscle.
Incisions are closed with layered sutures in the breast tissue and with sutures, skin adhesive or surgical tape to close the skin.

Breast augmentation Techniques

There are multiple techniques used in this surgery

Peri-areola (around the nipple)

The cut is made around the areola (nipple) edge and the scar is somewhat hidden, due to the pigmentation division of the nipple and breast skin. Surgeons tend to use this technique if they want to perform an additional but small breast lift.

Inframammary crease

it is the most popular incision technique used. The incision is made where the breast meets your chest wall, meaning that the scar will be hidden beneath the implant.
It also allows the surgeon to have good access to the breast tissue, they are able to control the fold or height of the implant and they are able to accurately place the implant without excessive handling of it.

Trans-umbilical

The incision is made just above the belly button and the implants are then guided up to the breast from this point.

Trans-axillary

A small incision is made under the armpit. The breast implant will be inserted in this opening by the surgeon using special surgical instruments and a camera to ensure proper placement. The procedure does leave a small scar at the point of the incision but the breast itself remains scar-free.