Loose, sagging breas-ts are a common problem seen in women following childbirth and lactation. Breas-t augmentation is an excellent option for regaining those youthful curves. Silicone implants are inserted to restore volume and shape of the breas-ts.
Ideal candidates include women following childbirth. It can also be used in congenitally small breas-ts or for correction of breas-t asymmetries. Implants come in various sizes and shapes. The choice of an implant is made following a detailed examination and a discussion of the optimum results with the patient.
The procedure is usually performed under general anaesthesia. It’s a short duration surgical procedure. Post op care mandates the use of supportive bras to ensure patient comfort . Heavy exercises and driving are prohibited after the surgery for a few weeks.
Lipoinjection is another option for small volume plumping of breas-t such as cleavage creation. Fat is aspirated from the abdomen or thighs and centrifuged before being injected with fine cannulas. The advantage of lipo injection is the soft, natural feel of fat with longevity of results.
Dr. Mrinalini Sharma, Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon practicing in South Delhi is a well-known breas-t augmentation surgeon given to her expertise in operating breas-t surgeries. She performs this procedure with utmost precision and finesse. Only the best quality implants and the latest techniques are applied which minimize downtime and accelerate the healing. Another advantage of getting breas-t surgery done by her is that the scars will be barely visible.
All breas-t surgeries performed under the guidance of expert surgeons can be customized according to the mutual goals as pre-determined during the consultation. At Aestiva Clinic, we offer breas-t implant surgeries which are completely safe and reliable and are done at an affordable cost.
Please feel free to contact us if you are looking to get any kind of Breas-t Surgery including Breas-t Implants also known as Breas-t Enlargement Surgery or Breas-t augmentation in Delhi, India. You can easily book a consultation by filling up the online form.
Successful breas-t surgery can change your life. The choice is yours!
Will I have a scar following breas-t implants?
Breas-t implants are usually placed using incisions which are hidden and therefore not conspicuous. There are three main types of incisions used in placing an implant. These are:
1. Inframammary: This incision is placed in the crease below the breas-t. It is around 4 to 5 cms long depending on the size of the implant. This is a hidden area which becomes almost invisible over the course of time.
2. Periareolar: This incision is made around the aerola, at the junction between the aerola and breas-t skin.This incision has a limitation in case a very large implant is being placed. It is more visible than a inframmary incision and so not preferred by most surgeons.
3. Axillary: This is made in the armpit along the armpit crease. It is technically more demanding than the above two incisions. Though preferred by many, it is a little more prone to infection obn account of the bacterial load in the area. Surgeons usually use an endoscopic approach when inserting an implant via this incision.
How long do implants last?
Implants can last a lifetime in most cases. However, certain situations can arise when an implant may need to be removed or replaced. These include implant infection, capsular contracture or the rare event of implant rupture or leakage.The other scenario is when the patient wants a bigger implant to correct age related changes of sagging and stretching of breas-ts.The other scenario is when the patient wants a bigger implant to correct age related changes of sagging and stretching of breas-ts.
When can I resume my normal activities after the surgery?
The surgery is a day care procedure and the patient can return home the same day. Surgical bras are advised for a period of 6 weeks thereafter. People are generally able to return to office within a week. However, a period of 3 to 6 weeks is essential before one resumes strenuous activities like jogging, workouts or weight training.
Do implants interfere with breas-t feeding?
Implants placed with the proper surgical technique and the suitable kind of incision do not interfere significantly with breas-t feeding.
What are the possible side effects?
Implant surgery in the hands of an experienced surgeon is generally considered safe. However, like any other surgery, some potential risks and side effects exist. These include pain, chest tightness, changes in breas-t and nipple sensation and asymmetry. Less common side effects include bleeding and infection. Long term complications include deflation or implant leakage requiring implant removal.