What Does Breast Enlargement Involve?


If you are one of the many women who feel that nature cheated them when handing out bust measurements, there are solutions that come in the form of breast augmentation. There are many ways that a plastic surgeon can reshape your breasts, and if enlargement is what you’re looking for, you can choose between medical grade silicone or saline implants, and regarding size, this is something to discuss with the surgeon when you have your initial meeting.

Saline or Silicone Implants?

Saline implants are silicone bags filled with sterile saltwater, while silicone implants offer an identical feel to the natural breast tissue, and for that reason, silicone implants are preferred by most women. This is something to discuss with the resident plastic surgeon, who would ask you many questions during that first meeting, to determine your precise needs, plus he would also make you aware of the risks involved with any kind of surgery.

Bust Size

When you make an appointment at an established breast augmentation clinic (called คลินิกเสริมหน้าอก in Thai), the plastic surgeon is an expert regarding performing this kind of surgery, and would recommend the perfect size that will be in proportion with your body, and he would also tell you why going too big is not a good idea. While the law prohibits the clinic posting before and after images on their website, when you have a face to face meeting with the surgeon, you would be shown a lot of before and after photos, designed to help you determine size and to some degree, shape.

Incision Techniques

There are several areas of the body that the surgeon can use as entry points, with the inframammary being the most popular, which involves making an incision under the breast on the crease line, making the scar invisible. The incision might only be a couple of inches long, as the skilled surgeon can roll an implant and make it fit through a small opening. The other technique, called trans-axillary, involves making incisions in the armpits, which are also invisible, and using this technique, the surgeon can either position the implants under or on top of the chest muscle. The other technique is the peri-areolar, which involves gaining entry via the areolar area, where the skin is darker, and when you have your first meeting with the plastic surgeon, they would go through the various methods and would be happy to answer any questions you might have.

Many women have had breast enlargement treatment and are very happy with the results, and you should make an enquiry with an established plastic surgery clinic.

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