Breast Augmentation

Breast implant surgery can be performed in a hospital. Breast implant surgery patients may have to stay overnight in the hospital (inpatient surgery) or may be able to go home afterward (outpatient surgery). The surgery can be done under general anesthesia, , where medicine is given to make the patient sleep. Most women receive general anesthesia for this surgery. Breast implant surgery can last from one to several hours depending on the procedure and personal circumstances.
Before surgery you should have a consultation with us. Be prepared to ask questions about our  experience, your surgery and expected outcomes. We should be able to discuss whether you are a good candidate for breast implants, the different type of implants, options for size, shape and placement based on your particular circumstances, as well as the risks and benefits of implant surgery. We should also be able to provide you with before and after pictures of other patients to help you better understand your expectations and potential outcomes from surgery.
During the consultation you will need to discuss your medical history, including any medical conditions or drug allergies you may have. You should also discuss any previous surgeries you’ve had, especially to the breast, and what drugs you are currently taking, including supplements, herbal and over-the-counter (OTC) medications. 
It is important to tell the surgeon if you think you may be pregnant.
Before breast augmentation, you might also be asked to : 
  • Complete various lab tests
  • Get a baseline mammogram
  • Stop smoking for a certain period of time before and after surgery
  • Avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs and herbal supplements to control bleeding during surgery
Once you have been given anesthesia and it has taken effect, we will make an incision (cut) in one of the following areas:
  • along the underside of your breast (inframammary)
  • around the nipple (periareolar)
  • through the mastectomy scar (for reconstruction)
The location of the incision can affect how visible the scars are, as well as any complications you may experience after surgery.
Cutting the underside of the breast is the most common location used since it is where the skin naturally folds. Your scarring with this type of incision may be a bit more visible, especially if you are younger, thin and have not yet had children.
We  will place the implant above (subglandular) or below (submuscular) the chest wall muscles. Be sure to discuss the pros and cons of the implant placement selected for you with your surgeon prior to surgery.
After surgery you will be taken to a recovery area to be monitored. Your breasts will be wrapped in gauze or a surgical bra. At our recommendation you will most likely be able to return to work within one to two weeks, but you should avoid any strenuous activities that could raise your pulse and blood pressure for at least two weeks.
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