Before And After Results OfBröstförstoring (Breast augmentation)
Bröstförstoring (Breast augmentation) is a cosmetic surgical technique that alters a woman’s breast size and form. It gives women with the body contour they desire, whether it is lowering the size of too big breasts, rebuilding breasts after surgery, or expanding the size of the breasts. You will have a primary meeting with your plastic surgeon before your breast augmentation procedure
Prior to the breast surgery, your plastic surgeon will advise you of the instructions you must follow. You need to avoid smoking, some vitamins, and medications, as well as certain foods and beverages. In addition, your plastic surgeon will assess your general health to ensure that you are not at risk for any unintended consequences during breast augmentation surgery or recuperation.
Although breast augmentation is the most frequent type of plastic surgery, it is still a surgical treatment that must be carried out by a trained expert in a medical setting. You should have a buddy with you on the day of your breast augmentation treatment to assist you afterward. Breast augmentation can be done in a hospital or at a private surgical center.
What Happens During Breast Augmentation
The majority of the time, Bröstförstoring (Breast augmentation) is done under general anesthesia. This means you won’t feel anything and will be completely asleep throughout the process. Some plastic surgeons prefer to do breast augmentation surgery while the patient is sedated and under local anesthesia. You would be conscious but not in any discomfort in this situation.
The surgeon will create an incision close to the areola, in the inframammary crease, the armpit fold, or in the navel for a Trans Umbilical Breast Augmentation treatment during the breast augmentation surgery. Before the breast augmentation surgery, you will consult with your plastic surgeon to choose which incision is ideal for you.
The plastic surgeon will need to use an endoscope to help place the breast implant if the incision is done in the navel. An endoscope is a miniature camera with a light that shows the surgeon the operating region. After the incision for the breast augmentation surgery, the plastic surgeon will construct a pocket behind the breast for the implant.
The surgeon will install the breast implant when the pocket has been formed. The implant can be filled either before or after the procedure for breast augmentation. The plastic surgeon will fill the implant if it needs to be filled; otherwise, the breast augmentation is complete when the implant is put, and the surgeon will seal the incision and apply bandages to the region to help the healing process.
You will be able to go home and heal after your breast augmentation procedure. The gauze will be removed after a few days of healing, but you will still need to wear a surgical bra as prescribed by the plastic surgeon. After a week or so, the stitches or sutures will be removed, and any bruising or swelling should go away.
Your breasts may be uncomfortable for a few weeks. After a few days of recuperation, you may resume light exercise and work. Your plastic surgeon will tell you how long you should wait to resume normal activities and exercise following breast augmentation surgery. Scarring following breast augmentation surgery should fade as the healing process progresses, although scars should be hidden by the incision and the body’s natural creases or folds.