Breast is a symbol of femininity. Every woman wants to have aesthetically beautiful breasts. Women with small breasts feel physically inadequate and this situation leads to problems in their work life, in their relations with the social environment and in their marriage.
Breasts can be structurally small for various reasons. One may be asymmetric, smaller than the other. One of them may be completely absent congenitally. Depending on the past pregnancies, hormonal changes, sagging and shrinking may occur in the breasts over time.
Currently, silicon prostheses/implants are the most effective option for increasing or equalizing the volume of both breasts.
There are many types of prosthesis produced in various shapes and sizes. The most suitable prosthesis for the patient is determined and implemented by talking with the patient.
In breast augmentation surgery, it is aimed to create a breast that is fuller, larger, and aesthetically pleasing to the woman.
Before the surgery, a detailed evaluation and planning should be made. The most suitable method or methods must be determined for the person.
Breast augmentation with prosthetic implants is an operation with high patient satisfaction in general.
Surgeries should be performed under general anesthesia and absolutely in hospital conditions.
The duration of the operation is approximately one hour.
The prosthesis can be placed under the muscle, on the muscle. According to which plan will the implant be placed, is usually decided as a result of pre-operative examination and evaluation.
In breast augmentation surgeries with prosthesis, drain is rarely used.
Patients are usually sent home on the same day.
The post-operative process usually passes comfortably. There may be mild pain that is easily taken care of by simple painkillers.
The dressing is opened after two to three days and the wound is checked.
After the surgery, a special protective bra will be used for at least six weeks, which will give the breasts an appropriate shape and reduce edema in a short time.
Generally, patients can return to work within three to four days.
We believe that the information provided on the internet is not sufficient to decide whether or not to make an operation. For this reason, the right thing to do is to consult your doctor face to face, be examined and receive detailed information.