Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Procedures & Minimally Invasive Procedures

To many people, being a woman means having full breasts. This strong cultural influence can be seen in modern fashion, where clothes are designed to accentuate and call attention to women’s body shape. Many young women grow up dreaming about shapely breasts, only to feel short-changed by nature. Many others suffer unwanted changes to their breasts due to pregnancy and body weight changes. Not having the breasts you want can be a source of unhappiness. Fortunately, breast augmentation can now safely and effectively offer you, what you desire. Breast implants can enhance the shape, size, fullness, proportion, and appearance of your breasts so that you can feel confident in your femininity and beauty.

Candidates for Breast Augmentation

Many candidates for breast augmentation have naturally small breasts. If you desire larger breasts but want to retain a natural appearance, breast implants can be used to enhance them and balance your body proportions. With the proper choice of implants, your breasts can be larger but still look natural and beautiful.
Some candidates for breast augmentation desire full, round, voluptuous, and shapely curves. Certain types of breast implants can create a fuller and bolder look that draws more attention and creates more cleavage. If you desire dramatically enhanced curves and full, round breasts, breast augmentation can help.
Volume loss in the breasts can occur after pregnancy, weight loss, or aging. Women whose breasts were once firm and round may feel discouraged if their breasts have become saggy, flabby, deflated, and shapeless. Breast implants can recreate youthful volume and firmness to give your breasts a more defined and curvy appearance.

Breast Augmentation Options

Implant options:

Because women’s bodies and preferences are so unique, there are many breast implant characteristics to choose from for your breast augmentation.
Breast implants are comprised of an outer silicone shell and may be filled with either sterile saline (salt water) solution or silicone gel. Additionally, implants come in various sizes, shapes, textures, and profiles. As there are pros and cons of each option.

Implant placement:

During your breast augmentation, the surgeon will create a pocket for the implants either directly beneath your breast tissue or beneath your pectoral muscles.
If the implants are placed beneath your breast tissue (over the muscle or subglandular placement), it requires less tissue trauma and has a shorter recovery. However, patients must have sufficient natural breast tissue to cover the implant, which may not be the case for those who have smaller breasts. If the implants are placed below the muscles (under the muscle or submuscular placement), the ability to see or feel the implant is significantly reduced, and the results tend to look even more natural. The implants will be inserted into the breast pockets and centered beneath your nipples

Incision types:

The surgeons goal is to create optimal results while ensuring the strategic placement of the incision scars.
One of three incision types is used: along the breast crease (inframammary), under the nipple-areolar complex (periareolar), or under the arm (transaxillary). Your incision type will be selected according to your personal preferences, anatomy, implant type, implant size, and other related factors.


Recovery after breast augmentation is usually fairly short in comparison to other major surgeries.
Dressings and stitches are removed about one week after the surgery. You should be up and about within a couple of days after surgery, but you will be sore and tired for about a week. Expect the initial swelling to subside within a month,Your surgeon will provide you with specific instructions to follow to ensure a safe, speedy, and healthy recovery.


Incision scars are generally unavoidable.
The surgeon is usually careful to make the incisions as precise and discreet as possible so that they will be inconspicuous. Surgical scars are typically well-hidden and well-tolerated, and they are likely to fade over time.


Soreness and discomfort may persist during the first week or so of recovery.
Prescribed medications can be taken, as instructed, to control any discomfort

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