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Breast Implant - Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation may be performed throuth the implantation inside and under the breast in order to restore its normal looking and dimensions. If the size of the breast is not proportional to the whole body after pregnancy or it is small, then this procedure may be appropriate for you.

 


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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
  • What is breast prosthesis?

    When examining breast prosthesis in terms of shape, content and surface structure, two groups are separated. According to the diagram, breast prostheses are divided into two as round and anatomic (drop). Round prostheses, as the name suggests, are round in shape. It is a drop shape in anatomical prosthesis. The nomenclature of the anatomy is more similar to the shape of the breast, and the upper incisor is less than the round implants. According to its content, there are physiological serum filled prostheses with silicone gellies. When the surface structure is considered, the prosthesis is divided into two groups as smooth and rough facial prosthesis. It has been found that the formation of capsules around rugged surface dentures is less than that of smooth surfaces.

  • How is implant selection and preparation for surgery?

    The most important thing to do after the decision to make an amelia is to choose an implant. The size of the implant determines the depth and the amount of breast diameter. The patient's preferences are also important, provided they are realistic. The shape of the implant must be a drop or the rounded sorus is more likely to be associated with breast shape. It would be more appropriate to leave the proposal of the surgeon to examine if the membrane is more suitable for the shape. According to its content, we prefer silicone-based implants more similar to breast tissue. If there is a sagging in the nipples, the operation mode that combines breast augmentation with erection should be preferred.

  • How is surgery done? Will there be traces in surgery?

    The surgery should be performed under general anesthesia in a modernly equipped hospital. The mean duration of operation is 1-1.5 hours. The implant is placed under the submandibular fold by inserting it through the circumference of the nipple. By means of these incisions, a pocket of suitable size is prepared in the plane of the mammary gland or below the chest muscle, and the prosthesis is placed in this cavity. The most commonly used incision types are cuts around the nipple or nipple. The area around the nipple around the brown part called incision of the incision is healed with a very small scar, but technically the milk ducts may need to be cut. In the subatomic junction, there is no damage to the mammary gland and the milk ducts, and there is a vague scar that sits under the breast. Although endoscopic prosthetic placement technique has recently been introduced through the perimeter of the umbilicus, this method has not yet been widely accepted

  • Is breast prosthesis related to pregnancy and breastfeeding?

    Studies have shown that the mother's breast prosthesis does not present any danger to the baby. Since the implants used are placed under the breast tissue or under the chest muscle, they do not affect the breastfeeding. According to the researches done again, it has been shown that the amount of breastfeeding and milk is not decreased.

  • What happens after the surgery?

    It is technically impossible to answer this question exactly. The lifetime of a prosthesis is a lifetime as long as the condition called capsular contracture, which is caused by the thickening of the capsule surrounding the prosthesis, does not develop. Capsular contracture can disrupt the shape of the breast, causing pain in the nipple. This situation rarely develops. If this is the case, it may be necessary to remove the prosthesis. To reduce such a possibility, rugged surface implants have been developed

  • Does the denture have a lifetime?

    It is technically impossible to answer this question exactly. The lifetime of a prosthesis is a lifetime as long as the condition called capsular contracture, which is caused by the thickening of the capsule surrounding the prosthesis, does not develop. Capsular contracture can disrupt the shape of the breast, causing pain in the nipple. This situation rarely develops. If this is the case, it may be necessary to remove the prosthesis. To reduce such a possibility, rugged surface implants have been developed.