Most frequent questions and answers
Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure to enhance the size and shape of the breasts. Common reasons include improving breast symmetry, restoring volume lost after pregnancy or weight loss, or enhancing overall body proportions.
Ideal candidates for breast augmentation are generally in good health, have realistic expectations, and are seeking enhancement for personal reasons. A consultation with their plastic surgeon will help determine suitability based on individual goals and medical history.
Recovery times can vary, but most patients can return to light activities within a week. Full recovery may take a few weeks. Their surgeon will provide detailed post-operative care instructions and guidance on resuming normal activities.
As with any surgical procedure, there are risks involved. Their experienced plastic surgeon will discuss potential complications during the consultation, ensuring you are well-informed and prepared.
Breast implants are not considered lifetime devices, and they may need to be replaced or removed over time. Regular follow-up appointments with their surgeon are recommended to monitor implant integrity and overall breast health.