A Guide to Breast Augmentation Treatment: All you Need to Know

If you are one of the many women who are less than happy with the shape or size of your breasts, there are solutions that come in the form of breast augmentation treatment. You might feel that your breasts are small for your body size, a common complaint from Asian women, or that your breasts sag, and silicone or saline implants can offer the perfect solution.

Various Forms of Breast Augmentation

There are several techniques that the surgeon might use;

  • Inframammary Breast Augmentation – This involves the surgeon making incisions under the crease of the breasts, at the point where the breasts meet the rib cage, and this is popular as the incision cannot be seen. The incision might be from 1.5 to 4 inches, depending on the size and type of implant, which could be silicone or saline, something the surgeon would discuss with you during the initial consultation. If you at all concerned about breast augmentation cost (called ราคาศัลยกรรมเสริมหน้าอก in Thai), the procedure is affordable, and the specialist would be able to give you a comprehensive price for the treatment.
  • Peri-areolar Incision – The skilled surgeon makes tiny incisions around the areolar area, and the darker skin conceals the minute scarring, while the surgeon inserts the implant either in front of or behind the chest muscles.
  • Trans-Axillary Incision – The incisions are made in the armpit, or axillary, which, of course, are invisible, and the surgeon would make you aware of the pros and cons of each technique, and would make a recommendation based on your needs and body type. The surgeon can insert the implants under or over the breast muscle, and the entire procedure would take about one hour to complete.

The Introductory Examination

When a woman wishes to explore the potential of breast augmentation, the first step is to source an established plastic surgery clinic, and Google can help you with this. Once you have made up your mind which clinic to approach, make an appointment to speak to the resident plastic surgeon, which will give you the opportunity to explain your needs. The surgeon would listen to your preference and then decide on the best form of treatment, while also making you fully aware of the risks that come with all forms of surgery, and if everything is agreed, a surgery date can be fixed. This the time to ask the surgeon any questions that you might have, and if all is well, you can look forward to a new you.

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