Mammal augmentation

Mammal Augmentation

Breast augmentation with prosthesis

Breast augmentation is a surgical intervention that seeks to achieve a breast with more volume or a higher profile. The procedure is carried out with general anesthesia and there are two techniques: with prosthesis or with autologous fat from the patient (breast lipotransference).

In the case of breast augmentation with prosthesis, two types of prosthesis should be highlighted: anatomical (for a more natural look) and round (for a more pronounced neckline). After the intervention, the patient will wear a bandage and / or a sports bra to compress the area. A week after the operation, the stitches will be removed.

Breast lift and reduction

Mastopexy, or better known as breast lift, is the intervention that allows to elevate the chest.

There are two ways to elevate the chest: the traditional one that requires a T-shaped incision and leaves a more visible scar; and the elevation of the breast with breast implants, which causes a minimal and practically imperceptible scar. If you opt for the prosthetic technique, you can choose between anatomical or round prostheses. The intervention is performed under general anesthesia and has a recovery process of between two weeks and a month.

Replacement of prosthesis

Replacement of prosthesis following the needs of each patient with previous studies to offer the best and most effective solution.

Symmetry of the breast

Mammary asymmetry is an aesthetic defect that can be solved with surgery, either with placement of prosthesis, reduction of one of the breasts or by lipotransference.

Generally the surgery is performed under general anesthesia and consists of equalizing the volume, shape and elevation of both breasts so that there is practically no difference between the two breasts.

Correction of the areola of the breast

By means of an incision in the base of the nipple or in the areola itself, we proceed to eliminate the pigmented tissue that the plastic surgeon has previously evaluated. The resulting scar is minimal, remaining hidden below the areola, obtaining satisfactory, immediate and permanent results with this surgery. In the post-operative period it is highly recommended to take the sun; thus the small scar will pigment and acquire the same color tone as the rest of the areola.

After surgery we get an areola esthetically more harmonious with the shape and size of the chest. In some cases, in addition, this remodeling of the areola can elevate the breast-if the patient so wishes-depending on the amount of skin that is removed.