In contemporary times, one of the most coveted plastic surgery procedures happens to be breast augmentation. Use breast implants to enlarge the breasts and enhance their contours. Either to recover the lost volume and the shape of your breasts or to allow them to wear a more revealing attire; Women of different ages can get great results with breast augmentation.

What the procedure implies

The procedure, commonly performed under general, takes no more than two hours to complete. After administering the anaesthesia, the incision can be placed in the armpit, under the breast in the crease or around the nipple. Once the incision has been made, a submuscular (under the pectoral muscle) or subglandular (over the pectoral muscle) placement of the implant is performed. The final step is the closing of the incisions using fine, dissolved and fine sutures. The sutures would be recorded to ensure greater support.

When analyzing breast augmentation procedures, most simply leave it up to the expert to correct it and do it with blind faith. But that is not the way it is supposed to be due to the hidden dangers posed by plastic surgery. Unfortunately, there is still a lot of ignorance about breast augmentation procedures with breast implants.

The double bubble is a complication that often arises when the implant is placed behind the pectoral muscle instead of the front. This is a common error during the procedure and if the patient is ignorant, there may be future complications. When informed consent is provided, sinus patients are required to go through the risks and complications carefully before signing it and for the procedure to continue.

There are also complications that arise with the use of anaesthesia and complications of blood loss can also occur without prior notice. Implants are also a problem if they are not chosen correctly. After the procedure after the operation, the implants themselves can lead to infections and, if the infections cannot be reduced, it may be necessary to remove or replace the implants. If this happens, then it is a very painful procedure and can be more problematic.

The knives, the scalpel, and the incision process are also destined to heal. Breast tissues are extremely fragile and delicate and, as a result, unattractive scars may occur. After the procedure, the scars may be visible and that may be an important reason to avoid surgery altogether.

Asymmetry is another problem faced by a person who undergoes implant procedures. The symmetrical nature of the breast can go wrong if it is not measured accurately and it is operated with due diligence and extreme care. There are several hidden dangers that are associated with breast augmentation surgery and one has to exercise the necessary caution before deciding to go through the scalpel without careful thought and due diligence.

The cost

Several factors determine how much you would have to spend on going for a breast augmentation. These include:

  • Where the surgeon is and his experience.
  • The choice of implant.

Benefits of this procedure

The common benefits associated with the breast augmentation procedure are:

  • Breasts better formed and attractive.
  • It is safe and the breasts appear and feel natural.
  • The scars, although there, are well hidden.
  • Lasting results.