Many women are unhappy with the size and shape of their natural breasts. Different factors can affect a woman’s breasts. For some women, the hormones created by their bodies did not have an extended time to create enough breast tissue, in other words, the puberty period was too short. For other women, pregnancy has affected their breasts, stretching the skin and causing the breasts to sag. In other cases, age and the effects of gravity have had an adverse effect on their breasts.
During your consultation with your cosmetic surgeon you will decide upon the type of implant to be inserted, its size and on the placement of the incisions. Some surgeons prefer to make what is known as a lollipop incision, which runs around the edge of the areola and down the centre line of the breast to the natural crease. Other surgeons prefer to make an anchor type cut, which involves a further incision along the breast crease. Other variants include incisions below the armpit and some via the navel.
The incision is made and a pocket is created either behind the muscle or in front of it. The implant is then placed into the pocket and is filled either with saline, silicone or other liquids. The implant is sealed and sutures are used to close the incisions. The breasts are then wrapped in compression bandages which will support the breasts and aid in healing during the coming weeks.
Breast implants in Phuket are mostly treated as an out-patient procedure with the patient able to go home shortly after the surgery. In most cases drains will be inserted into the incisions and these will need to be removed two or three days.
When a patient undergoes breast implants in Phuket they can expect to experience pain and discomfort and a feeling of tightness or burning across the chest. This is quite normal and can be managed with adequate painkillers.
Patients can expect to feel pain and discomfort for the first one to two weeks after breast implants in Phuket. Thereafter the pain will subside and they can return to work, though strenuous activity should be avoided for at least the first six weeks after surgery.
Patients who undergo any surgical procedure can expect to experience pain and discomfort. Other side effects include bleeding, swelling, bruising, a risk of possible infection, slow wound healing, scarring, capsular contracture and asymmetry due to improper placement or movement of the implant after surgery.
Unfortunately any surgical procedure involves the making of incisions, which lead to scarring. Scars can, however, be minimised by careful placement and proper wound care after the procedure. Scarring also depends on age, weight, skin tone, skin type and the patients genetic predisposition to good wound healing or keloid scarring.
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