Friday, January 27, 2017

Are Breast Augmentation Scars Prominent?

Are Breast Augmentation Scars Prominent

Are Breast Augmentation Scars Prominent?

Many ladies have to care about marks after breast augmentation surgery. While any surgical cut will leave a mark, there is a kind of steps that can be taken to reduce breast implant marks for a beautiful final result.

Use a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

Your choice of the plastic surgeon has a major impact on your mark appearance. Board certified plastic surgeons have the most advanced surgical skill when it comes to aesthetic procedures, including an in-depth understanding of how to properly close the skin to ensure optimal healing.

Handling Scars after Breast Augmentation

There is a kind of cut location options for placing implants, but each one aims to deliver a safe final result.
  • The inframammary fold cut is hidden in the natural breast ridge where the underside of the breast meets the chest wall. The lower curve of your breast should easily hide an inframammary incision.
  • A periareolar cut is placed just where the darker pigmented skin of your areola meets the lighter skin of your breast. This transition in color makes it hard to pick out a well-heeled periareolar scar.
  • A transaxillary cut isn’t on the breast at all but instead is placed in the underarm area, where it can only be seen if the arm is held in certain positions.
"Not every incision placement will work for every woman’s anatomy or preference of breast implant"
Be sure to discuss all available options with your plastic surgeon to determine which decision would be best for helping you meet your goals. Regardless of your cut placement, following your breast augmentation post-operative care directions precisely can decrease your risks of scarring.

Location: Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

1 comment:

  1. Hi Adti. Thanks for sharing your blog. This procedure is an extremely common plastic surgery among women for many different reasons — to restore breast volume that was lost due to age or pregnancy; to increase the size of naturally small breasts; to improve balance or accentuate the feminine silhouette; to feel whole again following breast cancer surgery.

    breast augmentation scars

    ReplyDelete

Facebook