Breast augmentation is an effective way to increase your breast size and achieve a more attractive breast shape. When performed by an experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon, breast augmentation can deliver beautiful, natural looking results that last a long time. However, it’s important to understand that your implants aren’t meant to last forever. At some point, you will most likely need to undergo a breast implant revision procedure.
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If you're a woman interested in breast augmentation surgery you may have lots of questions regarding how the procedure works. One of the most common questions concerns the timeline of the procedure and recovery. In the slide presentation below, we provide a general outline of what you can expect in terms of milestones for your breast augmentation surgery.
Breast surgery encompasses a wide array of procedures for the breasts. From enhancing the size to male breast reduction, these procedures are tailored to your individual needs and cosmetic goals.
Breast implants are durable medical devices that are made to last. However, just like other devices such as the pacemaker, they may need to be replaced in the future to address health or cosmetic issues.
Your cosmetic surgery consultation with Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. David Bogue is when you discuss your priorities and come up with a detailed plan to accomplish your aesthetic goals safely and effectively. Learn more from Dr. Bogue in the video below.
A tissue expander works to create a pocket for the final breast implant and is often placed at the same time as a mastectomy. There are a few options for breast reconstruction, which Dr. David Bogue goes over in the video below.
Thanks to the Women’s Healthcare and Cancer Rights Act of 1998, insurance providers are mandated to provide coverage for breast surgery on the non-cancerous breast as well. Learn more about your options and rights from Dr. David Bogue in the video below.
Breast cancer survivors often struggle with the loss of one or both breasts. A single-stage breast reconstruction places the final breast implant at the time of your mastectomy, so you wake up just the way you fell asleep. Learn more about breast reconstruction options from our board-certified plastic surgeon in the video below.
Breast augmentation with breast implants can give you the bust and body shape you desire, but is this breast surgery right for you? Learn more from our board-certified plastic surgeon in the SlideShare below.