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One Breast Larger Than The Other After Breast Augmentation
Op breast augmentation. I was a 36b. I have 450cc silicone implants. How big will my breast be now?
What is the best way to choose the size of my breast implants? I'm going to have breast augmentation in a few months, but I'm having a hard time deciding how large to go. I am an a cup now, but I'm not a small-framed person; I weigh about 165 pounds and I
You need to be sized:
Your plastic surgeon will take measurements to determine what size implant will fit your body appropriately. You should try placing that size implant into your bra to determine if that size implant produces the look that you want. From there, you may select an implant that is smaller or larger, as desired.
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Are breast lifts successful when they are combined with breast augmentation revision surgery? I need to have revision surgery for my breast augmentation because one of my implants bottomed-out, but I'm not sure whether I should have implants again. Will m
Yes, Depends on you.:
Our office does this all the time. Please seek out an experienced board certified plastic surgeon, as there are often many variables at play in these cases. Take to the appointment photos that you like. This may help get everyone on the same page.
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What size implant is recommended for my a cup breast augmentation? I wear an a cup and want to balance out my larger hips with a larger chest. Should I try out different sizes so that I can decide if a c or d cup is going to be best for me? Do the doctors
Cup size is a measurements used for bras it is measured around your back and the widest part of your breasts usually the middle.
You can go to a department store and get sized but this will vary from 1 store to another. Surgeons use exact and precise volume measured in cc. Trying on different sizers is one of the best methods to get an idea of what volume you should get with a surgeons input. ...Read more
In breast augmentation, do surgeons use multiple sizied implants, swap out during surgery and then go with the one they like? The question I ask is because during pre-op we talked about sizes, told the dr we wanted a "d" (5'10: 140 lbs) start size was a "
I usually do not: I think it is most important to have a discussion with the patient pre-operatively so I can figure out what the patients goals are for breast augmentation. From that discussion, most plastic surgeons will be pretty confident that the implant we select together will be the right one. In some cases, we can use temporary sizers if there is a question that needs to be resolved in the or - rarely. ...Read more
I just noticed one small red spot on the back of my throat and my throat is sore too. I also had breast augmentation two weeks ago if that matters?
Tricky w/ot seeing: But these tend to be from viral illnesses and mild. ...Read more
Breast augmentation: Most women describe breast augmentation pain as similar to a good chest workout at the gym. Narcotic pain medicine is usually taken for a day or two, then a lot of women will switch to Motrin or advil (ibuprofen). Early stretching and lifting the arms makes recovery quicker and manageable. ...Read more
Breast implant risks: Any surgery has certain risks, such as bleeding, infection, or poor scarring. These are fairly uncommon for breast augmentation. Specific risks for this surgery include implant rupture, capsular contracture (hardening), and changes in nipple sensation. Overall, the patient satisfaction rate is extremely high for breast augmentation, and complications are uncommon and often treatable. ...Read more
Possibly: Possible but “medical clearance” from your cardiologist will likely be necessary. Also make sure that you are “working with” a board-certified plastic surgeon/ anesthesiologist and have the procedure done in a fully accredited facility, prepared for any (unusual) emergency that may arise. ...Read more
Varies: Costs are variable depending on the type and manufacturer of the implant materials. Also, wide variation in costs in various areas of the country. Remember that that besides the surgical and material costs, there are charges for the use of operating facility and anesthesia services to be accounted for in your costs. ...Read more
It s too late!: Yo should be preparing months in advance. This includes a healthy diet with possible medical clearance if you have coexisting medical disease. Stop smoking at least one month prior. Some surgeons advise cessation of oral contraceptives 1-2 months prior to surgery for prolonged operations. Aspirin and nsaids are often ceased two week prior. Npo evening before. Some prescribe antibiotics prior. ...Read more
Go see a board certified plastic surgeon. The asps and asaps websites have them listed. See a few before making a decision. Go over their before/after photos. Ask questions. Remember this is elective surgery. The patient is in the driver's seat. Together, you and the plastic surgeon will review the goals and see if they are obtainable.
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Many but +outweigh-: There are many potential negatives but the positives outweigh the negatives and include: infection, hematoma, wound breakdown, asymmetry, implant exposure/extrusion/rupture overcorrection/undercorrection, contour irregularity, capsular contracture, distortion with muscular contraction, interference with oncologic evaluation of the breast, interference with nipple sensation, nursing or aging, etc. ...Read more
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Fat Transfer: "stem cell" breast augmentation is really no more than fat transfer to the breast. There can be stem cells that are harvested along with the fat, but the majority is still fat. Some of this fat goes away after the injection, but that also means that some survives permanently. ...Read more
NO: Breast augmentation will not prevent you from becoming pregnant or giving birth. The ability to breast feed is not always an easy task, even in the unoperated woman. Breast augmentation will not permanently interrupt milk ducts, however there is a 3 to 5% chance of decreased nipple sensation after augmentation. This could theoretically make breast feeding more difficult. ...Read more
I lost my chest and completely flat after having my first child would insurance cover breast augmentation?
Yes: You will have positive self pride feelings as well as the obvious physical changes. You should be prepared to receive compliments and increased attention in your physical appearance for awhile. ...Read more
Have to? No... But.: If you are choosing to have breast augmentation because your breasts have "deflated" after child-bearing and breast feeding, AND there is a lot of drooping, it may be a good idea. Breast augmentation puts a saline or silicone filled balloon under your breast or muscle. If you have a lot of drooping, that balloon will droop down too!!! A mastopexy lifts the breast up to a more youthful position. ...Read more
Depends…: Seek consultation with board-certified plastic surgeons who can demonstrate significant experience achieving the types of outcomes you would be pleased with. What type of breast operation will best achieve your goals will depend largely on your physical examination and personal goals. If you are presenting with breasts that are sitting low on your chest wall, mastopexy surgery may be indicated. ...Read more
Maybe: Sometimes the nipples will be too sensitive for a while, and occasionally they will be less sensitive. Permanent changes in sensation are rare but possible. ...Read more
Yes: There is always going to be a scar after a surgical procedure. How a scar heals and fades is unique to each person, and can take up to a year. Scars for a breast augmentation can be hidden in the breast fold (underneath the breast), around the areola (dark skin around the nipple), or in the armpit. ...Read more
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