A Breast Augmentation Surgery or “Breast Enlargement” (Augmentation Mammoplasty) has the ability to increase fullness of your breasts and improve breast shape. Breast Augmentation Surgery is also used for balancing breast asymmetries and very often helps to renew self-confidence.
Breast Augmentation procedures use breast implants to help increase breast volume and refine the breast to body proportions. This is a common procedure that’s also used to improve the loss of breast volume following pregnancy or weight reduction. Breast implants are also used to help reconstruct a breast after a mastectomy or injury.
If you are looking for larger and shapelier breasts, a Breast Augmentation Surgery (Breast Enlargement) may be the right procedure for you.
What to discuss with your surgeon? When thinking about Breast Augmentation or Breast “Enlargement”, it is important to have realistic expectations and to discuss any questions or concerns with your doctor during the consultation at Plástica Tijuana Surgery.
Ideal Candidate for a Breast Augmentation:
- Healthy, Non smoker with no medical conditions that can affect wound healing
- In relatively good physical shape and health
- Not pregnant or nursing
- Possessing realistic goals and expectations
You should discuss why you would like to have a Breast Augmentation Surgery or Breast “Enlargement” and your medical history, including any family history of breast cancer, diabetes, thyroid disorders, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular or circulatory disorders. You should also discuss your surgical history, the results of any recent mammograms, and the use of prescription and over-the-counter medications, supplements, vitamins, alcohol, tobacco, and/or drugs. All of these can all affect Breast Augmentation surgery, your post-op healing, and ultimately the results of the procedure.
Deciding to renew your appearance is a big decision. And finding the right plastic surgeon to perform the procedure is important. Dr. Juan Pablo Cervantes will explain the procedure, the benefits, the potential risks and complications, and answer all your questions, so you can decide if a procedure is right for you.