If you have been wanting Breast Augmentation Surgery in Delhi, read on:
‘…really wish I had bigger boobs. I mean, not Page 3 size, not completely enormous and stupid, but you know, bigger. Just to know what it’s like…’*
If that sounds like your deep down wish, then you are at the right place. We understand that a woman’s curves are the most treasured of her assets and how not being naturally blessed with a beautiful cleavage can diminish her self-confidence by manifolds. Push-ups and pads offer a transient solution but nothing can replicate the feel of having the real thing. And because every woman deserve only the best, we have listed the must-knows before you opt for a breast augmentation surgery:
1. Type of implant
You can either get a silicon-based or an autologous tissue implant. If opting for the former, make sure that it is FDA approved; for the latter the best option is to use fat taken out from an area of your body which has unwanted fat deposits. This is transferred to the breast tissue and you get complimentary body contouring in the process. The only flip side of using this procedure is that some of this transferred fat might get absorbed over time.
2. Shape of augmented breast
You have the option to either maintain the natural shape of your breast which resembles a tear drop by choosing an anatomical shaped implant or you can balloon up both the upper and lower poles of your breasts by using a round implant.
3. Visibility of scar
Most surgeons give an inframammary incision to put in an implant that gets hidden by the fall of the breast, although it may show when you lie down. Another approach is making a trans-axillary cut that is veiled in your armpit but it holds the risk of an implant shift. The best of all is a periareolar incision i.e. a cut made on the dark and light skin interface on your breast which heals beautifully and is very well concealed. However, a plastic surgeon needs special training to be able to perform such a surgery.
4. Placement of implant
With respect to the location of an implant, plastic surgeons hold two schools of though, below the breast gland and below the pectoral chest muscle. Ideally a surgeon should be trained for both the techniques and must be able to tailor fit the procedure depending on the patient’s tissue characteristics. For example, if the patient is an athlete, the implant should not be placed below the muscle for the muscle movement may alter its position.
The depth of your cleavage can be designed based on your requirement and wish.
With this we conclude our three-part series of the nitty gritties of a breast cosmetic surgery. Armed with this newfound knowledge, we urge you to go get your due.
To read about the details of a breast reduction surgery, click here.