Breast Augmentation: The Procedure Behind Surgery

Breast Augmentation: The Procedure Behind Surgery

Having beautiful and healthy breasts is every woman’s dream. And the beauty can only be seen when the shape is proportional to the body of the owner. Everything that is proportional will certainly look beautiful and charming. So is with your breasts. One of many ways to get a proportional body is by Breast Augmentation.

What is Breast Augmentation?

Breast Augmentation is a surgery designed to increase breast volume by inserting silicone implants or saline. Every year more than 250,000 women do this surgery (data from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery).

How is Breast Augmentation Performed?

The basic principle of this operation is to insert the implant into the breast. The implant is made of a silicon bag containing a saline physiological solution (NaCl) or from cohesive silicone gel material.

Shape wise, implants used in breast augmentation are usually circular or anatomical shape. Another popular form is the high profile. Contrary to the low profile, A high profile provides a fuller forward projection with a smaller base diameter. It is best applied to women who want their breast significantly become fuller and pointing forward. And also best for women with small breasts who can potentially get protrusion under the gland if using larger implants.

While the placement of implants can be placed behind the breast glands or placed behind the chest wall muscles. Both placed under the breast gland and behind the breast wall muscles, as a result, the implant will not interfere with the breast function when the client is pregnant and breastfeeding.

This operation requires an average of 1-2 hours.

Risks?

There is a lot of rumours around implantation nowadays, such as losing sensitivity to the nipple, fear of not being able to breastfeed or vulnerable to breast cancer. If the surgery is performed by a good plastic surgeon, implant placement will not interfere with the production of breast milk. The loss of sensitivity, although quite a lot occurs, is usually only temporary and will return to normal. Based on research, the installation of implants in the breast also does not make their owners more vulnerable to breast cancer.

Before surgery, prospective clients must undergo an examination to ensure that their breasts are free from the seeds of cancer malignancy. From an intensive study, no relationship was found between implantation and the onset of cancer in a person.

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