Breas-T is a uniquely feminine body feature. Augmentation mammoplasty also known as breas-T enhancement, can help women have the breas-T of size and shape they require. The augmentation mammoplasty brings about a positive change. It boosts the self-confidence of a female who has lost breas-T volume post-pregnancy, post breas-T feeding, weight loss, aging, and those who have small breas-Ts as per their body proportion.
Augmentation mammoplasty with silicone implants is a very safe and effective procedure. Over the past 50 years, it has been the most commonly sought after cosmetic surgical procedure.
Women with breas-T implants are able to breas-T feed comfortably. If breas-Tfeeding problem occurs, it is due to the primarily small-sized breas-T, the reason for which breas-T implant surgery was done.
Sutures are placed over the area where the scars are not visible and are completely hidden in the bra line. We follow the international safety instructions, which call for the augmentation mammoplasty with implants placement, not through the periareolar incision. So, our preference is to place the implant through the inframammary fold (which has the lowest incidence of capsular fibrosis over the course of time).
Fat grafting is an alternative technique if one has enough fat reserve in their body. As it is a biological procedure, multiple sessions are required, as the body absorbs fat that is transferred in the first session. Usually, with two sessions, the patient achieves good breas-T volume. It is a good option for those who want one or two cup size increase in volume and for those who do not want to go for an augmentation mammoplasty with implants procedure.
Mastopexy is a procedure meant for sagging breas-Ts with a prominent lower pole. The original volume doesn’t get bigger, but native breas-T tissue is realigned to produce the lifting and tightening effect. But of course, the patient has to go with more scars.
A breas-T implant is a safe procedure while considering augmentation mammoplasty. The highest quality US-FDA approved breas-T implants that we are using is made of high-quality silicone and are of the latest generation; therefore completely safe to use.
Yes, there are alternatives to breas-T implants that can be considered in some patients. But for that, one needs to consult a plastic surgeon who is experienced and trained enough to understand what procedure can suit an individual to attain proper breas-T body proportion.