Choices for Breast Enhancement Surgery

26 Apr

If you are looking for a permanent way to increase the size of your breasts then you may want to consider breast enhancement surgery. While your breasts will be permanently bigger this is not a onetime surgery. It is possible that you may need to have your implants redone at some point. This depends on many factors including how old you were when you had your implants inserted.

There are currently two main types of implants that you can choose from if you decide to use this breast enhancement method. Your first option is to go with a silicone implant while your second option is for a saline implant.

There are differences between the two which you will want to take into consideration. Silicone implants are constructed from gel while a saline implant contains saltwater. The most recommended implant is the saline one. This is because there are fewer complications with this type of implant. Implants can rupture of leak and saline will be absorbed into your body without any major issues. You will know if your implant has ruptured because you will notice a change in the shape of your breast. If this happens visit your surgeon as soon as possible.

With a silicone rupture it can be harder to detect that the implant is leaking. This is one of the main reasons why you are encouraged to get an MRI performed every two years, after you surgery. Of course this is an added expense for you and one you need to consider when making your breast enhancement choice.

Both types of implants will lift your breasts and improve your bustline. You will have breasts that look firmer and larger than before with a more rounded shape.

If you are looking to increase your bust size by a few cup sizes this can be achieved with implants. The surgeon performs the procedure by creating pockets inside your breasts for the implants to sit inside. You will experience some degree of drainage, swelling and possibly pain until the healing process is complete.

A significant drawback to using implants is that they can make having a mammogram more difficult later on. The radiologist may not be able to detect any abnormalities as easily. This is another factor to take into consideration before opting for this type of surgery.

It is best to seek the advice of your family doctor if you are seriously considering this option. He can then advise you on the risks associated with this and they can take your family and personal medical history into consideration.

Breast enhancement surgery is not the only way to increase your breast size, you do have lots of other natural choices.