How Do You Perform Such A Natural Looking Breast Enlargement?
This is one of the most difficult parts of cosmetic breast surgery and one that is hardest to achieve. It does take a lot of experience and technical understanding to achieve these type of results. All too often the media show images of women with over-augmented breasts, commonly the very rounded and stuck-on appearance. This is perhaps because too many surgeons simply stuff in large volume implants without any real understanding about aesthetic breast surgery let alone know how to plan correctly. I very rarely meet women who want this sort of oversize result. On the contrary I find women tend to prefer more flattering modest results, but if they do want larger implants then I will also try to meet their expectations but using a safety first approach. There are many women these days who ask for very natural and proportionate results. I love carrying out this type of augmentation. I personally feel it is more flattering. However, this is the type of augmentation that requires the most skill, as it requires a perfect balance between the breast implant size, the patient’s thoracic dimensions and shape, and her breast tissue characteristics, and there are many key measurements that need to be assessed. Once this assessment has been done, I will usually know exactly what is the optimal implant type, size and shape to produce the result. But I will always have a detailed discussion talking through the various options as patients often have specific requirements in relation to the different approaches which I mean adjust for. This might be in relation to the implant type, such as the Blite lighter weight implants that are 30% lighter, particularly popular in women who are sporty or more concerned about breast sag. In the example shown here, the tissue characteristics revealed a slightly empty breast lacking upper pole shape, combined with an asymmetry. The stretch test showed reasonable elasticity but with good movement of the nipple into a very favourable cosmetic position on the naturally enlarged breast with a tear drop style implant placed dual plane (partially behind the muscle). The Blite implant was 30% lighter than conventional silicone and so with the exact measurements to fit her breasts, there has been no increase in unwanted downward stretch. The result is shown at 2-months after breast enlargement.
What is 3D Imaging And Does It Help Shown Possible Results?
3D imaging is the most sophisticated assessment of how implants can make your breasts look, giving you a chance to assess the possible outcome before actually having the surgery. I carry this out as part of all new breast enlargement consultations. I use a state of the art 3D scanner which captures dimensions and images in real time. The 3D software has a record of every major implant’s exact dimensions and it will convert your images to show your 3D result on screen with the size selected. These can then be viewed from our own home before you make any decisions. It is far more accurate than the old way of just slotting implants into your bra.
Where Can I Get More Information?
Please visit my web site home page, and read through the information about myself, Breast Enlargement Surgery overview, FAQs on Breast Enlargement and view the Breast Enlargement Image Gallery too. In addition, there is a very useful detailed section on the Crisalix 3D imaging, and a “Contact Form” that you can complete when you would like to see me for a consultation.