The breast tissue is not disturbed, and the short scar may be well concealed.
An additional option that patients with ptotic or sagging breasts may elect to have during the breast implant surgery is a mastopexy (breast lift). This procedure involves making incisions around and below the nipple to lift it upwards.

Recovery Period

During the first 24 to 48 hours after your surgery, you will experience discomfort. Your breasts will be tender. Although every woman’s recovery time is different, you should be able to resume many of your regular activities within one week. Should any problems occur after surgery, contact us immediately. This is especially important if your temperature is elevated, or one of your breasts is noticeably more swollen, tender to touch, painful, red or inflamed.

Potential Risks

There are inherent complications with breast augmentation as there are with any surgery. These risks include: Deflation, Infection, Hematoma, Delayed wound healing, Capsular contracture, Shifting of the implant, Changes in feeling in the nipple and breast, Making breast tumors harder to find on X-Rays, Calcium deposits in the tissue around the implant, Additional surgeries, etc...




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