Before and after Breast Implants Surgery
Women who have decided on getting breast implants are often eager to know how well their breast implants before and after nursing will look like. There are many factors that can affect the appearance of breast implants. These include their size, shape, and skin color. Breast implants usually look their best after a few weeks. Some women, however, experience noticeable differences in their breast implants immediately after surgery. This is normal and natural. However, if you are concerned about changes to the size or shape of your implants, it is best to consult your plastic surgeon.
The first thing to ask yourself before you get the implants is how long you plan to be out of work. A recent survey done at numerous naughtyblog found that 98 percent of women are satisfied with the results of breast enhancement. However, for full satisfaction, it is important to perform your due diligence before you ever make your appointment with the doctor. It is important to know the potential size and shape of your implant before you go. This will ensure that you both are happy and satisfied with the result. The last thing you want is to be surprised by a breast implant’s actual size or shape once you are placed under anesthesia and left under general anesthetic for several hours.
One of the most common types of implants used today is silicone gel
Silicone gel is known for being highly responsive to body heat and can form a firm, smooth mass on the surface of your breasts even months after your plastic surgery. Initial “shaking” will occur in your breasts. Over time, as the gel cools to below room temperature, the natural elasticity of your breasts will start to reassess themselves and will settle into their new shape.
Saline is another type of breast implant that is commonly used for breast augmentation. Saline implants can retain their volume and shape over time if they are fully filled with your natural hormones. Although this is a cosmetic improvement, it can also cause an unsightly and embarrassing white buildup on your breasts. Saline implants have also been proven to be very difficult to remove, due to the extreme resistance which keeps bacteria from easily decomposing them.
Breast implants can be further classified into three different groups
- Silicone gel
- Saline (sterile)
- Saline implants
There are also sub-groups: high-volume, low-volume, low-rejection, open, limited root and mixed volume. Low-volume and high-volume options are the best options for fuller, firmer breasts. They should be preferred to saline and silicone implants. Open options are the least invasive. They are preferred for their ease of placement and lower risk of implant leakage. This may require additional surgical treatment.
Breast implants surgery has many benefits, including the ability to replace lost natural breasts tissue and improve posture and confidence. There are risks, such as scarring from implants being placed incorrectly or too early in a patient’s life. Scarring is rarely reversible and may need to be removed by a plastic surgeon at a later date. A consultation with a qualified surgeon is a good idea to discuss scarring possibilities and other options. Such as creams or other products that may help reduce scarring.