Read here to know how our breast Implant procedure helps a woman have that perfect boob and gain self confidence.
If you want to have a perfect pair of breasts and feel wonderful about your body, you are on right website.
Thousands of women undergo breast implantation surgery every year and fall in love with their body.
Is breast Implant right for me?
You want to go for breast Implant because:
- You want to have bigger pair of breasts to make your body look more aesthetic
- Your breasts have lost their firmness owing to weight loss or child birth
- Your breasts are not of equal size and it makes you feel self-conscious.
Irrespective of what reasons you have, we are available to serve you and help you go through the process of surgery by clearing all your doubts.
Choosing the Ideal Breast Implant for You
When you come clinic for consultation, Doctor will help you decide the best breast implant for your body. You will be carefully examined to find out what suits your body the best.
Precise measurements of your chest will be taken to find out breast implant of which size and shape fits you perfectly.
There are two kinds of breast implants- silicone and saline. Silicone gel implants feature filling up of implants with a highly cohesive gel, giving you a feel of natural breast tissue. Patients feel close to natural breast and have delivered great final results consistently.
Some of the key benefits of silicone gel implants are:
- Gel gives feeling of real breast tissues.
- Less possibility of developing visible wrinkles or ripples beneath the skin as compared to saline implants.
- Unlike saline implants, silicone gel implants do not deflate.
Here are some things worth bearing in mind when you book your breast Implant surgery:
- Your surgeon will measure your breasts, discuss different implant options with you and help you choose the best possible implant as per the requirement of your body.
- You can have your surgery done during the day and go back home the same day or you can stay overnight in clinic.
- Initial results can be seen immediately after the surgery. You may not be able to see them clearly because of swollen breasts in the initial days. However, with time- six to eight weeks, to be precise- your breasts will settle down, making final results clearly visible.
- Your body requires a lot of time to heal post breast implantation surgery (you will be provided detailed guidance about it). It is recommended you stay away from work for at least one week and use support for at least two weeks. You should avoid doing heavy exercise and physical activities too. Limit your exercise to walking only and take help for childcare.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about breast Implant
What will happen during my breast implantation surgical consultation?
During your free consultation session with clinic, you will be informed about each and every aspect of a breast Implant surgery. You can get all your relevant queries answered by our affiliate surgeon during the session, without having any obligation to go for surgery.
Our affiliate surgeons are very skilful and have years of experience in this field, so they would like to answer all your questions in detail. It would be great if you make a list of all the questions you want to ask before coming to clinic and bring the list when you come to clinic. This way, you won’t forger any question.
How long does breast Implant surgery take?
If done using general anaesthesia, a breast Implant surgery gets over between one and two hours.
How long will I have to stay in hospital?
You can choose to go back to your home the same day. However, a number of patients prefer staying overnight in clinic. Before giving you an appointment for surgery, you will be helped in deciding what suits you the best.
What are the main risks associated with breast implantation surgery?
Breast Implant surgery is a very common surgery, but you need to remember that like any surgery, it too carries some risks like bleeding, implant rippling and infection.
Surgeon will let you know about all kinds of potential risks before you go ahead with the surgery.
What’s the different between ‘Above the Muscle’ and ‘Behind the Muscle’?
In ‘Over’ or ‘Above the Muscle’ procedure, implants are placed in front of your breast muscle. Such implants appear more superficial and are placed just below the breast tissue. This is a good option for those who have already got some breast tissue or want their deflated breasts to regain fullness.
On the other hand, ‘Under’ or ‘Behind the Muscle’ implants refer to those implants which are placed behind the breast muscle. This is ideal for those women who have very small breasts. In this procedure, breasts appear quite natural and breasts implants are less visible. However, ‘Under the Muscle’ is not conducive to larger implants.
After discussing with your needs, our surgeon will help you choose the best breast implant size and placement for your body.
How do I know what size breast implant to choose?
Based on the final results you want to achieve and your specific needs, our surgeon will recommend you an ideal size of implant for your body.
How long does it take to recover from breast implantation?
You will see that your breasts have swollen after surgery and they will remain so for some weeks. During this period, you may feel some discomfort as your breasts may appear a bit tight or too round/high. Your nipples may develop numbness and become too sensitive for a short duration of time.
You have nothing to worry, though. Your breasts are going to heal completely and get settled in six to eight weeks’ time and you will be able to feel and see the desired results.
Will I have scars following a breast Implant?
Some minor scarring may come to the fore as a result of breast Implant surgery. They will fade, though, and become less prominent with time.
Before you undergo surgery, surgeon will help you understand the reason as to why scarring may occur, besides telling you the place where it may appear.
Your surgeon will tell you as to how implants will be placed by making incisions and how these incisions may cause a scar under the breast hidden in the crease. Your surgeon will also inform you about another approach in which incisions are created around the areola or through the armpit.
Is it okay to combine breast uplift with my breast Implant?
Yes, it is. In fact, combining breast lift with breast Implant is strongly recommended in case your breasts have lost volume. Uplift will give your breasts the kind of perfect look, you want.
How soon after a breast Implant can I fly?
You should wait for at least six weeks before flying. By then, your breasts will heal complete and you will have no discomfort.
How will getting pregnant affect my boob job?
Pregnancy has the same effect on breasts with implants and breasts without implants. If you have added fat because of pregnancy, your breasts may get stretched and droop down.
Will I be able to breastfeed with breast implants?
Yes, you certainly can breastfeed even after you have had breast implants. Breastfeeding has nothing to do with breast implants.
Will having breast implants affect my ability to have mammograms in the future?
No. You can have routine mammograms in the future. Implants won’t stop you from going for it. Just remember that when you go to a practitioner for a mammogram, tell him/her that you have breast implants beforehand so that they find a different method to examine you.
What is the right breast implant size and shape?
It depends on the size and shape of your chest wall. In fact, breast implant volume and desired cup size are not that important a factor as far as choosing the best implant is concerned. Our surgeon will try different breast implant sizers during your consultation to simulate possible results. However, nothing can estimate the exact final outcome. You can see final size of your newly shaped breasts in three to four months’ time.
What is the best breast implantation incision?
The inframammary fold incision (in the breast crease) provides a great deal of flexibility in its use. Breast implant size of all kinds can be inserted using this incision. This also allows revisions to be performed through the same incision. It is Dr Rand’s favourite choice for according to a latest scientific discovery, it is known to have caused the least amount of scarring around the implant.
The transaxillary incision (near the armpit) is another kind of incision. This method has become less frequent of late. It does not let a surgeon have direct access to the breast pocket, and therefore, an endoscope is used too. In case a revision surgery is needed, another incision has to be made in this procedure.
The areolar incision (around the nipple) was once a popular choice among surgeons as scars caused by this kind of incision would perfectly blend with the pigment of the areola. However, not all patients have a large areola which can accommodate a silicone gel breast implant of the desired size. The interior architecture of the breast gets harmed by this kind of incision.
Breast Implantation Quick Facts
Procedure Time: 30-45 minutes
Anaesthesia: General anaesthesia
Side Effects: Temporary discomfort, swelling of breasts, loss of nipple sensation, bruising in some cases.
Recovery time: You can return to your work in a few days. You can have physical contact with breasts after 3 weeks of surgery. For scars to fade, it will take many months or a complete year or even more.