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Breast Augmentation

Breast smallness, which occurs as a result of one or two-sided growth retardation of the breasts, can be corrected most permanently and correctly with breast augmentation aesthetics by using silicone gel breast prostheses. Silicone breast prostheses do not harm the body and do not interfere with breastfeeding later because they are placed behind the breast tissue. The rate of breast enlargement depends on the elasticity of the patient's breast skin. There is a chance to put a larger prosthesis in women who have given birth or in sagging breasts. Breasts that have not given birth and that do not have sagging skin will have a lower growth rate.

The incision site and the size of the prosthesis for breast augmentation surgery are decided by talking to the patient before the surgery. The incision is most often made under the breast and at the lower edge of the nipple ring. There is a slight risk of loss of sensation in the nipple incision. But the trace remains much less. Although there is no risk of loss of sensation in the incision under the breast, a more prominent scar will remain. However, it is possible to reduce this permission by revising it later.

There is a slight risk of bleeding and hematoma after surgery. In this case, if the bleeding continues, it may need to be stopped, and if there is a hematoma, it may need to be evacuated. If a few days have passed since hematoma formation, then it can be left to resolve, but in this case there is a risk of capsular contracture. After each breast augmentation surgery, a capsule is formed around the silicone gel prosthesis. Ideally, this capsule should be somewhat loose and thin-walled. If the capsule is too tight and thick, the patient will feel pain, and the chest will take a spherical shape, resembling a ball. In case of excessive capsule formation, it may be necessary to open or remove the capsule with a separate attempt.

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