Breast augmentation surgery
Surgical procedure that increases the size of the breasts, improves their shape by fitting breast implants and provides a more adequate proportion with regard to the rest of the body.
Results and duration
Duration: 1-2 hours.
Results: visible and definitive from the first month.
Postoperative care: anatomical bra + analgesics, anti-inflammatories and antibiotics.
Discharge: after 24 hours.
Hospitalisation: 1 day of admission.
What is it?
Breast augmentation surgery is a surgical procedure to augment and change the shape of the breasts. It can be done using implants behind the breast tissue or below the breast muscle. The implant method and the position and type of prosthesis depends on the clients’ personal preferences and wishes, their anatomy and the surgeon’s specific recommendations.
At Nordetia Clinics, we use top-of-the-range implants to offer maximum safety in our procedures. All major surgery performed by our medical team is carried out in fully equipped hospitals with state-of-the-art technology and science. Our staff are also highly qualified, thereby ensuring our clients receive a Premium experience.
How is it performed?
This surgical procedure is carried out under general anaesthetic. There are a number of approaches to breast augmentation (the most common are the periareolar and inframammary) and the surgeon will decide on the most appropriate one for anatomy and volume of the breasts. The specialist will decide on which plane to insert the implants, i.e., either under the breast tissue and in front of the pectoral muscle, or behind this muscle.
- It improves the appearance of the breasts, increasing their volume and projection.
- It corrects asymmetries.
- It restores cosmetic harmony, improving their appearance after pregnancy or weight loss.
- It improve the appearance of the cleavage.
- The result is immediate, and clients can return to their daily routine a few days after the surgery.
Areas of application
Recommendations and care
- After surgery, a compressive bandage should be applied, which is removed the following day and replaced by an anatomical bra.
- For 5 days after the surgery, the client should take an antibiotic prescribed by the surgeon, with the aim of preventing possible infections. In addition, oral analgesics recommended by the specialist should be taken to avoid the discomfort usually associated with this type of surgery.
- During the postoperative period, relative rest and avoiding of lifting heavy objects or physical exertion is recommended for the first 3-4 weeks.
- It is a good idea to wait 10 days before driving again.
Except for exceptional cases affecting a very small percentage of operations, such as ruptured breast implant or severe capsular contracture, they do not need replacing as long as they are in good condition.
It is essential to follow the surgeon’s recommendations, as each person’s body permits up to a certain size. There are anatomical limits that should not be exceeded, because, as well as failing to provide a more attractive breast, this exponentially increases the risk of aesthetic and functional complications.
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