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Breast Augmentation Surgery

Cosmetic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

What are the conditions precedent for a Breast Augmentation Surgery?

Breast augmentation can be a cosmetic procedure or a reconstructive procedure in the case of breast reconstruction surgery. When use of implants or fat injection is the desired option for reconstruction, the treatment will depend on factors such as how much bigger you want your breasts to be, your breast anatomy, skin thickness, body type and conditions of the thoracic cage.

The actual technique to be employed may vary according to the patient’s particular needs.

  • Fat Injections: Fat injection is a widely common and frequent type of breast augmentation procedure, over the recent years. In certain cases, however, the procedure may need to be repeated for a few times, if not a permanent outcome can be obtained, due to insufficiency of a single operation in yielding the desired results. Fat injections enriched with stem cells may guarantee permanence by up to 80 percent, on any occasion.
  • Silicone Implants: Silicone implants have evolved drastically, since the very first time they were launched for mass production in world history. The 5th generation silicone-gel breast implants currently in use, offer a lifetime guarantee against problems such as rippling or leaks, that were frequently reported with their predecessors of the first generation. The most astonishing features of this new generation of implants include possession of a very nice level of cohesiveness meaning less viscous gel content, rough implant surfaces and ability to give better upper pole fullness and produce a rounder, fuller breast.

Following the surgery, which will boost your self-confidence, liberate your dressing preferences and deliver a safe and permanent beauty on your physical appearance, all it takes will be just a few couple of days to rejoin the business life and mind your own career.


  • The feeling that breasts are too small or dissatisfaction with breasts losing shape and volume after pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • Medium to large sized breasts that sag


  • The procedure requires general anaesthesia
  • In case of reconstruction with fat, thinning will occur in the fat donor area
  • The surgery takes 1 hour in average
  • The patient may return home upon release on the same day
  • The procedure makes use of dissolvable stitches
  • The patient will have to use sports bras for about four weeks after the surgery to support the new breast contour


  • Silicon-gel implants are now able to endure a whole lifetime, thanks to advanced technologies
  • The procedure does not prevent nursing
  • The breasts have a more firm, youthful and raised appearance after the operation
  • Scars are left beneath the breast crease and can easily be hidden behind underwear

Frequently Asked Questions

Since women who have recently delivered a child will undergo certain changes in breast tissue, time should be allowed for expiry of the breastfeeding period and for natural recovery of the breast tissue. This period may vary between 6 months and 1 year.
Your silicone implant should fit your body type, skin thickness and body mass index. During your consultation with your attending physician, he or she will perform all your body measurements and listen to your particular wishes and expectations. Based on the information provided, the physician will offer you a viable range of implants fitting your body size, in no time. It would be at your best interest to make a choice out of this range, established by informed decisions.
There will be barely noticeable scars at approximately 4.5 cm below the breast crease. These scars will gradually fade, at least in appearance, if treated properly with scar remover ointment matching the colour of your body.
The silicone implant inserted for enlarging the breast will be hardly noticeable by any outside viewer, if placed properly and in appropriate size from behind the inframammary crease. To get the best and most natural outcome, you should consult an experienced plastic surgeon.
The first day will go easy, thanks to the strong pain-killers applied back at the hospital. The subsequent use of pain-killers and muscle relaxants will be sufficient to cope up with the pain. There may be dulls attributable to movements of the arms during the first couple of days, but, they usually fade almost completely, at the end of the first week.
The only sports option allowable would be trekking for the first month following surgery. Such heavy, strenuous exercises that rely mostly on movements of the arms as swimming or pilates require a minimum two months inset.
As with all surgeries, you should stop smoking at least three weeks before undergoing a breast augmentation surgery. Use of blood thinners like aspirin and other similar drugs must be avoided during the last week before surgery.
  • Pain-killers like Apranax, Voltaren, Vermidon etc. (good substitutes for use in case of need include Minoset and Novalgin)
  • Multi-vitamin pills containing substances like Ginseng, gingko biloba, co-enzymes, Q, C / E / K vitamins etc.
  • Herbal products containing green tea, flaxseed, cherry stem, tomato seeds
  • All dietary supplements
  • Foods that can lead to constipation should be avoided for 3 days before surgery, and vegetable dishes and easy-to-digest foods should be consumed.
The implants are inserted behind the breast muscle in case of skinny patients having slim subcutaneous tissue. Patients with strong and thick enough subcutaneous tissue will receive insertions of implants either behind the breast tissue or under the thin layer of the muscle.
Neither the mother nor the baby will be affected by the implant during pregnancy or lactation period. However, the breasts may sag during the gestation period. In this case, a breast lift procedure can be performed regarding the deformation after the end of lactation.
Individual cases may vary but generally, as witnessed by research so far conducted, mothers can breastfeed after having breast augmentation.
The answer would be yes for old implants which were subject to replacement in every 8 to 10 years, but this is no longer an issue with the 5th generation implants introduced for use during the recent years. These implants can be used for a whole lifetime. Some surgical implant manufacturers issue full replacement warranties against any malfunctions or problems related with their supplies.
There is substantial evidence that silicone-gel implants neither increase the risk of nor have no effect on breast cancer
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