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Five Things You Should Know Before Breast Augmentation Surgery

Last Updated: November 25, 2016 | Author: MPS Group

Plastic surgery is a type of medicine that has grown in popularity in Houston, and around the world in the last few decades. One of the main plastic surgeries that women elect to have is the breast augmentation procedure. They choose this for our variety of reasons. It could be that they want to increase their breast size, or they may be they want to adjust the volume or shape. The majority of women report that they’re happy that they have had the surgery and that it has been shown to increase self-confidence and self-esteem.

 

breast augmentationIf you are a woman who is considering having breast augmentation surgery, there are some things that you should know beforehand to better prepare you for the surgery. The procedure has seen great advancements over the years. It is a safe surgery and offers remarkable results. The more you know about the procedure, the better equipped you will be to enjoy the results and to deal with the recovery.

 

The types of implants

 

There are essentially two primary types of implants that surgeons recommend. One is made with silicone, and the other is made with saline. Saline implants have seen a lot of use because they’re deemed by many people to be safer than silicone. Silicone did have issues at one time with leakage, but the implants themselves have been improved, and rarely if ever leak today. There are positives to both types of implants, for instance women report that the silicone implants feel more like natural breast tissue. However, the saline implants help with volume. If leakage were to occur, saline is considered safer because it is made of a sterilized water and salt solution.

 

Breast augmentation requires anesthesia

 

A breast augmentation procedure is considered major surgery, and as such there are inherent risks and the possibility of complications. Anytime anesthesia’s involved you have risk factors. This is a risk that the majority of women clearly are willing to take. Fortunately, problems are few and far between.

 

Touching the breasts after surgery

 

It can take up to a month before physical contact with the breasts is advised. Your plastic surgeon will provide guidelines in terms of when physical contact is allowed, when bruising and swelling will go down, how much pain and soreness you might expect.

 

Issues that may arise from the surgery

 

For the most part, breast augmentation surgery is carried out without problems. Issues can occur, however. For instance, there can be a loss of sensitivity in the nipples. Infection is always a possibility when there are incisions involved. Their can be bleeding and pain. There will also be scarring. The scars will fade over time, but they will never fully go away.

 

Finding the right plastic surgeon

 

The key to a successful plastic surgery is the breast augmentation. When you are doing research, it is important that you look for a surgeon that is board-certified. A board-certified plastic surgeon has extensive training beyond the normal surgical residency. They’re also held to higher standards. They undergo extensive training and testing. A board-certified plastic surgeon will also reduce the possibility of complications and risks.




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