Breast augmentation surgery uses implants to enhance the size and shape of your breasts. The implants will be carefully selected to achieve the results you want.
Breast augmentation surgery is carried out under a general anaesthetic, so you will be asleep during the procedure. The surgeon will make a small incision alongside or underneath each of your breasts. The implants you have chosen will be carefully positioned before the incision is stitched up. The operation will usually take between 60 and 90 minutes.
After surgery, you should expect some pain, bruising and swelling. Your chest will probably feel a bit tight too. You will usually need to take about a week off to rest, during which you shouldn’t drive. It will take a few weeks for you to recover fully and you should avoid any heavy lifting or strenuous physical activity for at least a month. Although you’ll notice a difference right away, you should be aware that it can take a few months for your skin to heal and the full effects of the surgery to be seen.
A breast augmentation could help if you are dissatisfied with the size or appearance of your breasts. Many people choose this surgery to increase the size of their breasts, but it can also be used to improve their shape or to make them more symmetrical. The augmentation procedure will leave you with fuller breasts that look and feel very natural. It could help to boost your confidence and make you feel more comfortable with your body. However, having cosmetic surgery is a always big decision, so it should be considered carefully.
If you are thinking about having a breast augmentation, you can arrange a consultation with Harley Street Surgery to learn more about the procedure and what it can achieve. Talking to an experienced doctor will help you decide if breast augmentation is right for you and what type, size and shape of implants you would like to have. The choices you make can affect the feel and appearance of your breasts after surgery, so it is important to take the time to make an informed decision.
Make an appointment with Harley Street Surgery to discuss breast augmentation and whether it could be right for you.
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