Breast augmentation is a cosmetic surgical procedure to enhance your natural breast size, improve the balance of your figure, and improve your self-confidence. Breast augmentation can be achieved a number of ways, with the most popular method using silicone implants.
At Verve Cosmetic Clinic, Dr Nasser specialises in providing breast augmentation with silicone breast implants. Whether your desire is to simply enhance your bust line, or to improve volume lost due to weight loss, childbirth or ageing, Dr Nasser executes all forms of breast related surgery to suit what you seek. We will provide you with the facts to ensure that the decision you make is right for you.
With breast augmentation, it helps if your doctor is a woman, who can better understand the trepidation, as well as the excitement of your pending cosmetic surgery. You can count on our experience to guide you through the entire procedure from start to finish.
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This will depend on you and what size you seek. Most women who proceed with a breast augmentation at Verve Cosmetics are seeking subtle enhancements rather than multiple-cup upgrades. We will assist you in choosing the size and type of silicone implant you need, and offer a number of sizes to insert in your bra before surgery, so you can test different sizes before making a final decision.
We bring to the table our clinical judgment, and our experience with breast augmentation surgery and the implants themselves. We will explain to you a particular implant’s effectiveness, safety and cost, as well as how it will suit your specific needs. However, remember that cup sizes and breast implant sizes do not correspond with each other closely. It will depend on multiple factors, including the type and size of the implant, your breast size and the shape of your chest wall. Whatever your choice, there is an implant size for everyone.
If you develop a cold or an infection of any kind, especially a skin infection, prior to the day, your procedure may be postponed. Please expect to be asked to do basic pathology tests, mammograms, or breast x-rays prior to your procedure.
Capsular contracture, a hardening of breast tissue around the implant
Infection around the incision sites
Other problems resulting in the need for re-operations for implant removal include:
Deflation or rupture of implant
Wrinkling of implants
After 2 to 3 years, and every 2 years thereafter, we recommend that people with silicone breast implants have an MRI screening to ensure there are no silent ruptures.