Breast augmentation is a procedure that involves simply the use of a breast prosthesis or a breast erection with a prosthesis and is performed on patients who are unhappy with their breasts' natural look. During pregnancy and nursing, there is often a loss of form and asymmetry between the breasts.
While the patient's primary aim is generally to increase the breasts, we strive to execute the most appropriate surgery for your body that will not give you any long-term complications.
Before surgery, several measures are required to establish the size of the breast prosthesis. The breast form, thorax and breast measurements, skin quality, nipple positioning, and amount of breast tissue to retain the prosthesis are all factors to consider.
About Breast Implants: How to use a prosthesis?
The goal of breast augmentation surgery isn't only to add volume to the breasts or to create extremely huge breasts. It is preferable to use a prosthesis that is appropriate for your body structure, can be used for a long period, and does not interfere with your regular body structure.
Gel silicone or serum is used in breast prosthesis. Newer silicone implants are recommended since they are more durable and natural looking.
Salt dentures, on the other hand, were widely used when the silicone prosthesis was banned. It is, however, less desirable since its structural characteristics deteriorate over time. Because silicone implants are more viscous and solid in form, they seem more natural, especially when standing.
Breast implants made recently are denser and can keep their form for a longer period of time. As a result, the brand and model of the implant utilized are critical. Because old implants with poor density or serum cannot be maintained over time, their usage is problematic.
What do we do before the surgery?
The choosing of prosthesis is the initial step in the interview with the patient. Consider your breast size and tissue volume before deciding on the best prosthesis for you in the long run.
The implants are chosen based on the patient's size and weight. The B-Cup may be too tiny for large patients, but it is great for small ones. The size of the prosthesis used in two patients using the same body bra can differ because of differences in skin thickness and breast tissue volume. A smaller prosthesis may be necessary depending on the patient's structure, which may include thin skin and low breast tissue.
The size of the prosthesis to be inserted is influenced by the flexibility of the breast. Larger prostheses are used in patients with strong elasticity.
In the case of sagging caused by childbirth or weight increase, an erection procedure may be required in addition to augmentation. Furthermore, the prostheses to be utilized differ depending on the skin's flexibility and the volume of the breast tissue.
The incision's location
Breast augmentation surgery: Nipple, armpit or lower curved side of the nipple.
The lower breast, sometimes known as the nipple, is the most popular site for breast augmentation.
Subcutaneously, under the breast tissue, or under the membrane, the breast prosthesis can be inserted. Despite the fact that the researchs contains a variety of studies and outcomes on the three zones, we normally position the prosthesis under the muscle.
The goal of breast augmentation surgery is to provide a long-lasting and comfortable prosthesis that meets aesthetic goals. The most serious concern with prosthetic surgery is that the skin and breast tissue are thin and fragile, and the prosthesis is visible from the outside, causing irreparable skin deformations. The prosthesis should be positioned under the proper thickness of tissue in such patients.
The healing phase after surgery
The recovery period is not unpleasant. Within 2-3 days, you begin to feel better and return to your normal routine.
After the second week, you can begin light exercises such as walking. After the fourth week, you can begin additional exercises such as swimming and jogging.
It takes at least a month for the puffiness to go away and the contour of the breasts to return to normal.
Numbness or loss of sensation can be caused by the nipple and nipple. As the tension in the room decreases, so does the number of complaints. Your breast tissue may take 6-12 months to restore its soft consistency and relieve all of your discomfort.