Breast Augmentation Geneva

Breast augmentation Geneva gives women the opportunity to have the shape and volume of their breasts restored to look more youthful and attractive. It can also improve the appearance of breasts that are asymmetrical or have decreased in size due to weight loss, for example.

A consultation and assessment by a plastic surgeon can help you decide whether or not this procedure is right for you. They will advise you on the most suitable implants to suit your needs, as well as on the best incisions for the insertion of your implant.

The surgeon will also assess your medical and health Breast augmentation Geneva history to determine if you are an appropriate candidate for this type of cosmetic surgery. This will ensure you get the most natural-looking results possible, while remaining healthy in the process.

If you have had a traumatic childhood, you might be more likely to experience complications during this type of operation. This can include complications such as sagging of the breast tissue or an imbalance in the implant size. You may also have to deal with the onset of capsulitis, an inflammation that occurs around the implant.

Capsulitis can be prevented by choosing an implant that is made from materials with low elasticity (silicone or saline). These implants are less likely to cause capsulitis and therefore reduce the risk of complications associated with breast augmentation.

Breast augmentation by prosthesis is generally performed on patients with small or asymmetrical breasts and can be associated with a breast lift (mammoplasty). It is usually recommended in conjunction with a body contouring operation such as liposuction, tummy tuck or abdominal plasty.

A breast implant is a silicone or saline device that is inserted into the breast through a hole in the crease at the base of the areola (submammary fold) and around the edges of the pectoral muscles. This is often used in conjunction with a breast lift and is one of the most popular methods of breast augmentation.

After the operation, you will be given an antibiotic injection and your skin will be carefully shaved. An ice pack can be placed on the treated area to reduce swelling and bruising. You should stay out of strenuous activities for a couple of days after your surgery to allow the healing process to take place.

The recovery period for this surgical procedure varies between patients and depends on the elasticity of their breast tissues and the position of the implant. If the implant is placed on top of the muscle, recovery is short and pain is minimal.

In contrast, patients with implants under the muscle are more likely to experience some bruising and discomfort. They should also avoid lifting activities as these can lead to a retention of fluid that can cause additional swelling and tenderness.

For women who do not want implants, a fat transfer is a good alternative. The fat is harvested from the abdomen or thigh and transferred to the breasts using special equipment.