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Published on: 19 Dec 2016 by eastmanvirg77
What to consider before breast augmentation
There are many factors that affect breast size such as hormonal changes, age and genetics, or even weight changes. Breast augmentation in Houston is a very personal decision. It is important to evaluate breast augmentation advantages and disadvantages prior to going in for a procedure.
Breast augmentation will ensure that:
You feel feminine by getting a boost in self-esteem
You get increased breast volume
You achieve symmetrical breast
You regain the body shape after losing weight or after pregnancy
You achieve prominent cleavage
You get proportionate body
How much the procedure costs?
How much breast augmentation costs involves many factors such as the kind of implants selected and the type of surgery that will be performed. The cost includes surgical fee, charges for anesthesia, surgical facilities, and the future appointments.
What to expect?
Breast augmentation surgery, also called augmentation mammoplasty, will help in increasing the breast size with silicone or saline breast implants. In some cases, fat grafting can be used. It is common for the surgeon to explain all the options in detail, so that a patient can make an informed decision.
Type of implants
Saline implants are perfect if there is sufficient tissue on breasts.
If the tissue is thin, then fat grafting will be a good option because it gives natural and soft looking results.
Silicone implants look natural and are lighter compared to saline implants.
The type of incision will depend on the types of selected implants. An incision is made on the areolas, near the armpit or under the crease of breasts. After taking into consideration some factors, the surgeon may choose to put the implant subglandular - which is under the breast tissue - or submuscular - which is under the pectoral muscle.