When determining the size of the breasts, the shape, structure, and skin available for breast augmentation will be important. Your expectations are also important in this decision. If there is little or no breast tissue, very tight skin or young, usually a cup C is expected to increase its size; however, muscle and skin may be too tight. Patients who want to be very big can do this by making the skin accessible; otherwise, it may require more procedures.
Breast enlargement patients who have lost breast volume due to conception, breastfeeding or weight loss typically have enough skin to restore their breasts to their original size or size; and patients with moderate breast size may generally increase the size of their breasts.
Can wounds be seen on breast augmentation?
Breast augmentation scars are short and are usually hidden in wrinkles next to the breast and covered with the top of the bra or swimsuit. Longer incision than the nipple, combined with chest system, including breast lift.
How long does the last implant?
While breast implants are long-lived, manufacturers do not consider them to be “lifelong tools”, which means that breast implants may leak over time. When a saline implant leaks, saline water is harmlessly absorbed by the body. If the implant does not show deflation, it can be left for a lifetime. A deflated implant is not a serious event or emergency. Substitution may occur at the appropriate time of the patient. Silicone implants are now made so that when the outer shell is cracked, the inner silicone remains intact and is probably not leaking outside the shell.