Breast augmentation surgery involves the enhancements of the breasts. Those enhancements vary based on the patient’s aesthetic goals. A breast augmentation may involve one of the following or a combined cosmetic procedure in order to achieve the results.
Breast Implants focus on increasing the size of the breasts. This breast augmentation procedure is considered when a patient wants to increase the volume of their breasts or increase the size of their breasts. There are many different types of implants available on the market today. Saline and Gel are the two most popular products.
While breast implants focus on increasing the size of the breasts, a breast reduction achieves the exact opposite result. A breast reduction procedure decreases the volume of the breasts for a shapelier figure that is symmetrical with the patient’s overall body.
While breast implants and breast reduction look to increase or decrease the size of the breasts, these cosmetic surgery procedures may not be able to help rid your breasts of excess skin or sagginess. A breast lift augmentation may be necessary to get the cosmetic result you’re looking for. A breast lift surgery may be done as a separate surgery or combined with another breast augmentation procedure. You and your cosmetic care professional will decide the best course of action to meet your aesthetic goals.
Breast augmentation is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures to date, worldwide. The breast augmentation can:
- Boost your self confidence
- Give you a more symmetrical figure
- Allow you to wear clothing you might not have dared to wear before
What else do I need to know?
A breast augmentation procedure also referred to as a mammaplasty procedure.
Breast augmentation procedures are also performed for reconstructive purposes after a mastectomy.
Like any other surgery, breast augmentation holds its own risks. Discussing all the details with your surgeon and understanding all your options are key to the success of your surgery and results.