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    Breast Augmentation Aesthetics

    Having aesthetically beautiful looking breasts is the desire of every woman, and one of the most important organs symbolizing femininity is the breast. However, in some cases, the breasts may shrink or sag slightly due to reasons such as unilateral or bilateral breast development retardation or weight loss after birth.

    In such cases, it is possible to have fuller, larger and more aesthetically beautiful looking breasts with aesthetic interventions to enlarge and plump the breasts. Silicone breast prostheses are one of the easiest methods of this enlargement.

    Breast augmentation is determined together with the patient, depending on the person’s desire, current breast condition, elasticity of the breast skin and rib cage dimensions. The exact size of the prosthesis to be used during the surgery is determined during the surgery.

    The most important thing to consider here is not to use a prosthesis larger than the chest skin can support. For this reason, the most appropriate size is determined by using impression prostheses during surgery.

    Reasons for Breast Augmentation Surgery?

    Aesthetic Look

    Many women may have naturally smaller breasts and want to achieve a fuller appearance. Breast augmentation surgery provides a more aesthetic appearance by increasing the size and shape of the breasts to the desired extent.

    Naturally Small Breasts

    Some women may have genetically smaller breasts. Breast augmentation surgery corrects this congenital condition and allows women to have fuller and more proportionate breasts.

    Changes After Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

    Pregnancy and breastfeeding can cause changes in the breasts. Volume loss and sagging may occur in the breasts after breastfeeding. Breast augmentation surgery may be preferred to correct changes that occur after pregnancy and breastfeeding and to obtain a younger appearance.

    Asymmetry and Developmental Retardation

    Asymmetry in the breasts, that is, unequal sizes or unilateral growth retardation, may cause the person to feel uncomfortable. With breast augmentation surgery, this asymmetry can be corrected and a more balanced and symmetrical appearance can be achieved.

    Self-Confidence Increasing

    Women who are dissatisfied with their breasts may choose breast augmentation surgery to increase their self-confidence and have a more positive body image.

    Breast augmentation surgery can be performed in line with personal aesthetic preferences and needs. This surgery should be evaluated and decided by a specialist plastic surgeon, taking into account the health status and aesthetic goals. As a result of the surgery, women can feel better by having breasts that look fuller and more aesthetically pleasing.

    How is Breast Enlargement Surgery Performed ?

    Breast augmentation surgery is a plastic surgery procedure performed to increase women’s breast size and achieve a fuller appearance. These surgeries are usually performed under general anesthesia and an overnight stay in hospital may be required.

    The most commonly used method in breast augmentation surgeries is the placement of silicone breast prostheses. However, breast enlargement can also be performed using natural tissue such as fat transfer.

    Implant Selection in Breast Augmentation Operation

    Implants used in breast augmentation surgery are artificial devices used to increase breast volume and provide a fuller breast appearance. Implants usually consist of shells containing silicone or saline solution.

    Breast Enlargement with Silicone Breast Prostheses

    Silicone implants are artificial breast prostheses used in breast augmentation surgeries and breast reconstruction. These implants are elastic capsules made of silicone that can be gel-filled or filled with saline solution.

    Silicone implants used for breast augmentation surgery are placed under the breast tissue and make the breasts appear fuller and larger. The size and shape of silicone prostheses are determined by taking into account the patient’s preferences and body dimensions. Silicone prostheses can be of different types and sizes and are individually selected to increase breast size.

    Salt Water Implants

    Saline implants are implants that consist of silicone shells containing a saline solution. Saltwater implants are less commonly preferred than silicone implants. Salt water solution is considered safer because it can be absorbed and excreted from the body.

    Round Implants

    It is one of the most common implant types preferred in breast augmentation surgeries. These implants create more volume in the upper part of the breast tissue, giving the breast a fuller and rounder appearance.

    Natural Silicone

    Drop implants are implants used to imitate the natural breast shape. These implants have a teardrop shape with a thinner top and fuller bottom. This shape helps the breast tissue achieve a natural appearance.

    Breast Enlargement with Fat Transfer

    In this method, fat tissue taken from the patient’s own body is injected into the breast area. First, fat is removed from the body by liposuction method, then this fat tissue is processed and injected into the breast tissue. This method may be preferred to obtain a more natural result.

    Breast augmentation surgeries usually take about 1-2 hours and the patient’s post-operative recovery process is usually completed within a few weeks. Swelling, bruising and mild pain may occur after surgery, but these complaints usually subside in a short time.

    After the surgery, resting in accordance with the doctor’s recommendations, dressing regularly and using an appropriate bra will positively affect the healing process. As a result of breast augmentation surgeries, patients have fuller and more aesthetically beautiful looking breasts.

    Things to Consider After Breast Augmentation Surgery

    After breast augmentation surgery, patients can usually see results immediately, but the full recovery process may take several weeks or months. Immediately after the surgery, there may be swelling, bruising and mild pain in the breast area. These are a normal and natural reaction and will subside over time.

    • Rest after surgery is an important part of the recovery process. Follow your surgeon’s recommendations, limit your activities and rest for the specified period.
    • After surgery, use a suitable bra recommended by your surgeon. This will help the breast tissue settle into place and support the healing process.
    • Use painkillers and antibiotics prescribed by your surgeon regularly.
    • Keep your stitches and wound areas clean and dry by following your surgeon’s recommendations. Pay attention to instructions for wound care and dressing.
    • Avoid strenuous exercise for a certain period of time after surgery. Do not start exercising again without your surgeon’s approval.
    • Perform regular check-ups after surgery and act in accordance with your surgeon’s recommendations.

    After breast augmentation surgery, the swelling will decrease over time, your breasts will take their shape and the results will gradually become clear. It is important to be patient to enter the full recovery process. As a result of the surgery, you will have fuller and aesthetically beautiful looking breasts. However, each patient’s recovery process is individual, so acting in accordance with your doctor’s instructions and recommendations will help you achieve successful results.

    Are There Any Scars After Breast Augmentation Surgery?

    It is possible to develop scars after breast augmentation surgery. However, the surgery method and the location of the incision are the determining factors on the appearance of the scars. Generally, different incision areas can be used for breast enlargement surgeries, such as under the breast, in the armpit under the breast, and around the nipple.

    Under-breast incision, one of the methods that leaves the least scars, follows the natural line of the breast fold and the scar is not noticeable to the eye. Likewise, cutting around the nipple is a method that hides the scar quite well. The armpit cut may leave a more noticeable scar when lifting the arms.

    Your surgeon’s skills and careful postoperative wound care can positively affect the appearance of scars. In addition, thanks to modern techniques and suture materials, scars can be made less obvious.