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It is a surgical procedure to increase the size and volume of breasts, as well as to improve the shape of these by the inclusion of implants which are made by a filled wrapper either Of saline solution or cohesive silicone gel, which may be placed in a position below the gland (subglandular) or in a position behind the major (retromuscular) pectoral muscle. Careful analysis of breast width, projection, and height are critical in surgical planning and will determine implant selection. Taking into account the huge variation of the breasts that exist in the population, we realize that a certain type and size of implant should not be indicated for all patients.

Breast Implant Type

In general, we recommend the use of a cohesive silicone gel implant. This material normally confers naturalness to the final result by having consistency very similar to the breast tissue. Depending on the structural profile of your breast, we can opt for round, natural or anatomical implants, offering better control of the shape of the breast in the long term, especially in relation to the upper pole.

Surgery Time

Average of 90 up to 120 minutes. Creative: discreet, generally of very good quality.

Breast Augmentation Surgery Operative Post

Length of hospitalization: on average 12-24 hours. Generally, after a period of 12-24 hours of hospitalization, the patient leaves hospital with only a dressing on the scars affirmed by seamless support. Postoperative evolution: Recovery time is 7 to 14 days. The postoperative is usually quiet, painless. Efforts should be avoided with the arms for a month. The drain is usually withdrawn on the 1st or 2nd postoperative day. Starting on the 7th day, the points are started. The patient uses a bra for 20 days, where he should avoid physical exertion. The patient can not make effort with the arms and not raise the same ones gives the head for 20 days. After 20 days, you can return to your normal activities. The final result can only be evaluated after 6 months.