Every year, thousands of women choose to surgically enhance their figure through breast augmentation. Many are choosing to return to their youthful shape, while others are gaining the figure they have always wanted. Meadows Surgical Arts is pleased to offer breast augmentation to our clients who are looking to gain confidence and pride in their figures.
There are times when we look in the mirror and notice certain aspects of our body that we'd like to change. Many women may be generally happy with the way they look, but there may be one specific area they'd like to alter; their breasts. Some don't like the fact that their breasts are too small or are out of proportion with the rest of their body.
If you fall into one of these categories and you're ready to make a significant change in the appearance of your breasts, then a consultation to discuss cosmetic breast surgery/augmentation may be the first step toward reaching your desired goal.
An important part of the preoperative consultation includes a determination of the desired breast size and shape. Although many different breast contours can be achieved, a decision must be made that coincides with total body size, shape, and the existing breast tissue. In performing breast augmentation, it is usually preferred to place the implants beneath the chest wall muscle. This technique usually results in softer and more natural-looking breasts both standing and lying down. This placement also decreases the possibility of unnaturally firm and painful breasts while also improving the reliability of mammograms.
UNDERSTANDING THE PROCEDURE
At Meadows Surgical Arts, breast surgery is carried out under general anesthesia and is performed at our AAAHC-accredited surgical facility. Prior to surgery, your breasts are carefully marked to indicate where incisions are to be made. The placement of these incisions depends upon the type of breast surgery that is being performed, as well as the technique that will achieve the best result. Every effort is made to reduce the length of scars and to make them as inconspicuous as possible.