Breast

Augmentation Mammoplasty

indication

small breasts not matching with the body measurements due to hereditary or post labor and lactation

definition

surgical augmentation with absolutely safe breast implants

Operative Time

one hour

anesthesia

general or local

Hospital Stay

several hours

scars

o Inframammary 3-5 cm scar o Plastic sub-cuticular closure o Fades away after 3 months and up to 6 months o Scar reduction topical application or laser sessions during this period

labs Needed

o Complete blood picture o Liver and kidney functions o Coagulation profile o Random blood sugar Bilateral Soft Tissue Mammography

convalescence

o One day at home o Avoid sweating and wetting of the wounds o Minimal pain, edema and bruises first 3 weeks o Wearing the suitable pressure garment for one and half months

Final Result

after 3 months beautiful round shape and volume with normal restored sensations

NB

smoking and uncontrolled diabetes cause surgical complications

Price

several hospitals with packages suitable for everybody (same medical service – different hotel services)

Frequently Asked Questions

You may be a candidate for breast augmentation if you are self-conscious or bothered by the size, shape or symmetry of your breasts. The FDA approves the use of saline implants if you are at least 18 years of age, or your choice of saline or silicone implants if you are age 22 or older.
Prior to your procedure, you’ll undergo pre-operative lab work and be instructed to avoid food and drinks on the day of your surgery. You’ll be placed under general anesthesia for the duration of your procedure, meaning you’ll feel and remember nothing regarding the surgery. Depending on the type of implant you receive, your surgeon will make a small incision beneath the breast, around the nipple, or under your arm. The implant will be secured in place and your incision sutured shut. Most breast augmentations take no more than two hours and are usually performed on an outpatient basis.
Yes. It is normal to experience some swelling and soreness in the days following your procedure, and you may be advised to avoid certain physical activity for several weeks after the surgery. You also may be instructed to take certain medications and to return to your surgeon’s office for a follow-up visit within 6 to 8 weeks after your surgery.

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