Armpit Incision Breast Implants

Posted on March 10, 2016January 21, 2022Categories Breast Implant

Am I the right candidate for the Armpit Incision implant method?

What is the procedure of Armpit Incision like?

What are the advantages of choosing Armpit Incision?

Where can I see previous patients’ pictures of Armpit Incision?

Where can I call for my personal queries?

Breast implants are now a common procedure among women, and reasons for such a common occurrence vary with each woman. Genetics, pregnancy, and weight are among common factors which influence the shape and size of breasts. There are many incision methods through which breast implant surgery is performed. Armpit incision is also known as Transax breast augmentation and Transaxillary breast augmentation.

Prospective patients should cross-age limit of 18 years before they can opt for any kind of breast augmentation method. The patient should also be in a healthy physical and psychological state before she can under the knife. Patients are asked to bring some medical and blood reports during their consultation. Finding a surgeon with prior experience in performing Armpit Incision is important while finding a surgeon. Since the incision is made away from the breast not many surgeons prefer this method as placement of implants becomes difficult. The patient should ask the surgeon the risk involved with surgery prior to the surgery.

Armpit Incision Procedure

The procedure can be performed in two ways; first of all, there is a blind method which means an endoscope is not used and a second meth endoscope camera is used to perform surgery. The procedure method is decided by the surgeon and the choice of method doesn’t influence the result. After placing implants incisions are closed by making sutures.

Advantages of Armpit Incision

  • For larger breast implants it’s a preferred method as there is no need for incision on breast region.
  • Scars even if visible are impossible to associate with breast implants and scars on breast are none.
  • There is no need for dissections and there won’t be any scars on breasts.
  • Recovery is comparatively stress-free than other type of incision method as there is no need for any cuts.

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Areola Breast Implants

Posted on March 10, 2016January 13, 2022Categories Breast Implant

Am I the right candidate for areola incision?

Where can I see previous patients’ result images?

What are the risks involved with areola incisions?

What are the benefits of choosing an areola incision?

How long would be the recovery period?

Areola Incision is also known as Periareolar breast augmentation or ‘nipple’ incision. It’s important to note that an incision is not made on the exact nipple region. The big advantage of choosing an areola incision is in any plane breast implants could be placed. An example would be; over or partially under the muscle and completely under the muscle implants are placed. No new incisions are required once areola incisions are made. There are almost no complications with such incision and some other complications like capsular contracture and hematoma are repaired with the help of an areola incision.

Areola incision Procedure

Procedure incision is made on the lower edge of the areola. After placing the implants incision is closed with a hidden, dissolvable suture, and if there are any wounds they are covered with tissue, gauze, and a small clear dressing. A sports bra is placed post-surgery for recovery purposes. This incision method is not popular among the young woman population as with areola incision there is a higher chance of losing the ability to breastfeed and sensation around nipple region. Before you reach any firm conclusion consult with an expert and qualified surgeon prior to the surgery.

Post-Operative Recovery      

The recovery process is quite similar to other breast implants procedure. Some pain or swelling is but once implants get settled they’ll soften to give a more natural look. The patient can go home after a couple of hours post-surgery to rest. The patient can perform regular activities like shampooing and showering after they feel good. Generally, patients return to their work-related activity in 3-4 days after surgery, but heavy physical activity should be avoided for at least five weeks. Remember not to drain or use chest wraps, and keep using sports bra till you fully recover.…