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- What is a breast augmentation?
- Breast augmentation surgery, performed using saline or silicone breast implants, is an excellent solution for women who desire to enhance the shape and contour of the breasts. It involves placing a implant made of saline or silicone under the breast tissue and/or muscle using a tiny incision.
- What is the difference between saline and silicone?
- Saline breast implants are essentially a silicone bag that is filled with a sterile saline after placement within the breast tissue or behind the chest muscle. Because saline implants are filled after placement, scarring is minimal.
-Silicone breast implants were approved for use in breast augmentation surgery by the FDA recently, and they have a texture that more closely resembles that of natural breast tissue. Because silicone breast implants are fully inflated when they are placed, a larger incision is necessary. "
- What are the different incisions that can be used?
- There are several approaches to breast augmentation surgery, including incisions made in the navel (TUBA), underarms (transaxillary), in the crease under the breasts (inframammary), and around the nipple (areolar). Each procedure has its own advantages. The inframammary and areolar procedures are two of the most commonly performed approaches to breast augmentation surgery.
- Am I a good candidate for liposuction?
- The best candidates for liposuction are near normal-weight people who have isolated pockets of fat that do not respond well to diet or exercise. Liposuction can be done at any age, but those with firm, elastic skin achieve the best results since elasticity lends itself to smoother contouring after the fat removal. hape and contour of the breasts. It involves placing a implant made of saline or silicone under the breast tissue and/or muscle using a tiny incision.
- What are the risks associated with liposuction surgery?
- All surgery involves some risk. Potential complications may include infection, bleeding, asymmetry or poor healing, skin pigmentation changes, and/or reaction to anesthesia.
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