Unfortunately, there are some women who do not wish to have breast implants, and they might have to live with their original breast shape. The type of breast implant surgery will depend on what kind of implant you want. You can have your nipple, areola or both placed in the desired location. Some people prefer a saline filled breast implants, while others prefer silicone.
Many patients are concerned about the risks involved in breast augmentation surgery. However, you can reduce your risk factors by using the right breast augmentation surgery. Your surgeon will discuss all of your options with you. You should understand the potential risks and benefits prior to going under the knife.
Breast augmentation is a cosmetic surgery that is performed in an outpatient setting. In order to obtain an ideal result, your doctor will first perform a basic physical exam and perform a breast ultrasound. During the appointment, you will be asked to discuss your breast size, as well as any other questions that are relevant to your case. Your doctor will be able to answer any questions you may have before or after the procedure.
A preoperative exam is an important part of breast augmentation. Your doctor will take your medical history, and he or she will also want to know whether you have any particular allergies, or if you have any skin allergies. It is not uncommon for people to experience allergies after a mastectomy, as well as having scars that are not smooth.
This is one of the most common cosmetic surgery procedures. The doctor will remove a small amount of tissue. If you have ever had a mastectomy, you know the pain can be intense. The doctor will then implant new skin to cover the area that was removed.
In some cases, the plastic surgeon will also perform a breast lift to increase the size of your breasts. Your surgeon will place your implants in such a way that they will be aligned with your natural nipple and areola, and so they will feel comfortable. It is important to understand that the number of your breasts will not change, but rather the placement of your implants will change.
After your implant is implanted, the physician will then reposition your implants so that they look natural. Your doctor will use a combination of technique, as well as physical tools. This will allow your surgeon to create a seamless look for your breasts.
As far as the physical operation goes, you can expect to be placed under general anesthesia. This is generally because your doctor is worried about the overall appearance of your breast, and the rest of your body after the procedure. Once the surgeon has you in his or her hands, he or she will then assess your new breasts.
You should know that breast augmentation surgery can be performed during general anesthesia. For this reason, some people choose not to have a full mastectomy. Your doctor will decide whether or not it is best for you to have a full mastectomy. This decision will be made based on several factors, including the type of implants you will have, the severity of your mastectomy, and your body mass index.
Women with a very low body mass index (BMI) do not require a full mastectomy. The doctor will tell you at your initial visit if you will need a full mastectomy. Youmay also find out about other alternatives such as an inverted "U" shaped incision, or you may be offered a physical therapy option, or an implant with a smaller incision.
As you can see, there are many things to consider when deciding on breast augmentation surgery. Your doctor will explain all of your options and he or she will answer any questions you may have prior to any procedure. in order to give you the peace of mind that you need while still achieving your desired results.
Bruce K. Smith, M.D.
1315 St Joseph Pkwy #940, Houston, TX 77002