Breast enlargement surgery

Breast enlargement surgery is a surgical procedure that aims to increase the shape and volume of the breast by placing implants in it.

Who are the right candidates for breast enlargement surgery?

People who are not satisfied with the size of their breasts
People who have lost breast volume due to changes in body weight or pregnancy
People with asymmetrical breast forms
People who want more volume on their breasts

Operation Duration: estimated 90-120 minutes

Type of Anesthetic: General Anesthesia

Preoperative Preparation:

Initial consultation with the doctor, convey the result you want as clear as possible

You can try on different boob sizes before deciding on one. Using “sizers,” a bead-filled neoprene sack, you can stuff your bra to give you an idea of the size you might like.
The doctor considers several factors including the size and shape of the breast, the quality of the skin, nipples and areola
Your doctor will ask you if you have a history of breast cancer (self or family)

Tell the doctor if you are planning on having kids in the future because pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding can change the shape of your breasts.

Operation Process:

Your doctor will take into consideration your beginning breast size and shape, breast tissue, and a number of other factors before recommending which options are best for you and your body.
Doctor will administer anesthesia
Doctor will make incisions in several locations (folds under the breast, lower edge of the areola, armpit area)
After an incision is made, the doctor will make a bag or cavity where the implant will be placed
The incision will be closed during the operation

Risks that May Occur Post-Operation:

Reaction from anesthesia
Blood accumulation that may need to be removed by surgery
Possibility of a ruptured implant

Postoperative Care:

Sutures will be removed about one week after surgery
It is recommended to use bra when doing activities after surgery
You are allowed to bathe 7-10 days after surgery

You are not allowed heavy work activities (especially those involving the chest and arms) for two or three weeks after surgery
Avoid sexual activity at least one week after surgery
Apply gentle treatment on the breasts for at least one month