Breast augmentation, technically known as augmentation mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure to improve the shape and size of a woman’s breasts. A breast augmentation can enhance your figure and your self-confidence.
With breast augmentation, we can achieve an increase in breast size, balance a difference in breast size or as a reconstructive technique after a breast resection.
Cohesive silicone gel implants are currently used; This means that it is a more compact gel, similar to a “gelatine”, so there is no risk of leakage of liquid or the gel is dispersed by the tissues in case of a rupture of the implant.
At the first consultation, your health will be evaluated and the surgical techniques that are most appropriate for you will be explained, based on the characteristics of your breasts and your skin.
The most important thing about breast augmentation surgery is that there is good communication between the doctor and the patient. Appropriate size and shape must be determined and proportioned to you, to achieve our goal: an aesthetically pleasing and proportioned result with your body.
The way to insert and position the prosthesis will depend on the anatomical characteristics of your breasts. The incision can be done well in the crease where the breast joins the chest, either through the areola (dark skin surrounding the nipple). Every effort will be made to keep the minimum scars
Through the incision in the skin, a pocket is created directly under the breast or under the pectoral muscle. The implant site depends on some anatomical details of the breasts and varies with each woman. The decision must be made based on a good physical examination and good communication between your surgeon and you.
In most cases you can go on the same day of the procedure. Sometimes it is necessary that you stay one night in the hospital to control the pain.
It is necessary that during two weeks do not do movements of extension of the arms, not to load heavy things, not to handle and not to exercise. After these two weeks you begin to incorporate your activity gradually until achieving a totally normal activity including physical exercise from the month of surgery.