When considering breast enlargement with breast augmentation, it is important to understand the surgical options as this will need to be discussed with your plastic surgeon.
Women try to enlarge their breasts through breast augmentation surgery for many reasons. First and foremost is the desire to achieve a fuller bust line and a well-proportioned body shape.
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Breast augmentation can also rejuvenate breasts that have lost shape and volume during pregnancy and breastfeeding to improve breast lines where breast size varies or reconstruct the breast after another previous operation.
This procedure is sometimes called breast augmentation and breast implantation.
What happens during breast augmentation surgery?
Your plastic surgeon will make an incision to access your breast, place a breast implant (saline or silicone), and place it behind your nipple. At the very least, it will remove the soft tissue of your breasts and place the implants underneath. However, it is also possible to lift the chest muscles and place the implants under the muscles and breast tissue.
When implants are placed in your body, either directly under the breast tissue or entirely under the muscle tissue, this is an important option that should be discussed with your plastic surgeon.
The type of breast implant used is also a very important consideration. Saline or silicone breast implants have advantages and disadvantages which the plastic surgeon will help you assess during the planned surgery.