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Some patients feel dissatisfied with their naturally small or asymmetrical breasts. Breast augmentation, or augmentation mammaplasty, is a surgical procedure that enhances the size and shape of the bust using breast implants for a fuller and more voluptuous appearance.

Benefits of Breast Augmentation

While some women lack volume in their breasts due to genetics, other factors like aging, pregnancy, weight loss, and breastfeeding can also cause volume loss. Breast augmentation can add or restore volume to the breasts to give patients a fuller, more attractive appearance.

Sometimes the size and shape of a woman’s breasts can make her figure look unbalanced. Breast augmentation can correct asymmetry to create a more balanced physique and provide a natural and beautiful breast shape.

Women with small breasts may feel their bust is a source of embarrassment and self-consciousness. Breast augmentation will not only enhance the size and shape of the breasts, but it will also provide women with their desired results and boost their confidence.

Benefits of Mohs Surgery

Your Breast Augmentation Procedure

Implants

Breast augmentation is typically performed using saline or silicone breast implants. Dr. Hung uses both.

Incision Location

Incisions are made in inconspicuous locations to help minimize any visible scarring. Dr. Hung will determine which incision will best suit your desired outcome during your consultation. Incision location options include:

  • Inframammary incision (along the breast crease)
  • Periareolar incision (around the areola)
  • Transaxillary incision (within the armpit)

Implant Placement

The placement of your implants will depend on your aesthetic goals.

Submuscular

  • Implants are placed under the pectoral muscle
  • Known to have a more extended recovery period
  • Implants are less noticeable

Subglandular

  • Implants are placed above the chest muscle and under the glandular tissue
  • Provides a shorter recovery period
  • Implants may be more noticeable

Combination

Breast augmentation can also be performed alongside breast lift surgery to address sagging and excess skin.

Recovery

Following your breast augmentation, a compression garment will be placed around the treated area to protect your new contours and minimize swelling. Swelling and bruising will occur but should dissipate in a few days. Make sure to avoid any strenuous activities for at least four weeks. You may return to work a few days after your surgery unless instructed otherwise by Dr. Hung.

Results

You can expect long-lasting to permanent results following your surgery. Breast augmentation will enhance the size and shape of your breasts. Most patients enjoy their results for many years.

Scars

The visibility of your scars will vary based on the incision technique used during your procedure. Any visible scarring can be hidden with clothing and will likely fade within several months to a year.

Pain

Should any discomfort occur, Dr. Hung will prescribe medication to help alleviate the pain.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the most popular incision for breast augmentation?

    The most popular way of performing breast augmentation is through an incision in the armpit. With this method, no incisions are made on the breast or into the breast tissue. The incision is about one inch in length and heals in a small, inconspicuous fold in the armpit.

  • How long does it take to perform breast augmentation?

    Your breast augmentation procedure will be performed on an outpatient basis using either local sedation or general anesthesia and can take at least two hours depending on your desired results.

  • Are there any risks or side effects associated with breast augmentation?

    As with all surgical procedures, there are some risks and side effects associated with breast augmentation. These include:

    • Deflation
    • Capsular contracture
    • Bleeding
    • Infection
    • Changes in nipple or skin sensation