Breast Augmentation
Midland, TX

 

Breast Augmentation Surgery


In order to minimize possible surgical risks during or after your breast augmentation, you will you will be evaluated prior to your surgery to ensure you are healthy enough for the procedure. The evaluation requires a complete history of all medications, health disorders, and allergies. While we cover the entire process during your consultations, the following is a brief explanation of what to expect during and after your breast augmentation.

General Anesthetic
Breast augmentation is an outpatient procedure, performed under deep sedation by a certified nurse anesthetist or certified nurse practitioner and takes approximately 1-1.5 hours. An incision, approximately 4 to 5cm long, may be made in the crease of the underside of the breast, the armpit or lower edge of the areola.

Placement of Implants
During your breast augmentation when the incision is made, the surgeon will create a pocket for the implant to lie in. This may be either beneath the muscle or beneath the breast tissue. The size and shape of your implants will ultimately determine the placement.

Closing Your Incisions
Following the breast augmentation you will have stitches (dissolvable) in place, covered with a dressing and a post-surgical bra. After one week of your breast augmentation the bra may be replaced by a standard sports bra. Normal bras and bathing suits may be worn after approximately two weeks.

Recovery
After your breast augmentation sleep or rest with your head slightly elevated. Avoid sleeping on your side. Keep your arms close to your body, and avoid lifting weights and exercise until cleared by your surgeon(4-6 weeks). Do not drive for at least 2 days after your breast augmentation.

A Symbol of Beauty and Femininity

The shape, symmetry, and size of the breasts play a unique role in every woman’s self-perception, sense of physical balance, femininity, and confidence.

Breast Augmentaiton Surgery in Midland, TX

Are you considering a breast enlargement procedure?

A woman’s bosom has long been a symbol of beauty and femininity with the shape, symmetry, and size of the breasts playing a unique role in every woman’s self-perception.

Breast augmentation is about more than simply enlarging the breasts; it is a very effective surgery, suitable for women with insufficiently developed breasts or when the mammary gland system is shedding and the skin is slightly loose, as may be the case after breast feeding or significant weight loss.

The age limit for breast augmentation is generally 18 years, after the mammary glands are fully developed. It is recommended (but not required) that breast augmentation only be performed when a woman does not plan to get pregnant any more, as pregnancy and breast feeding result in changes of volume, producing a negative effect on the outcome of the surgery. Implants will not influence pregnancy in any way and will not expose the fetus to any danger. It should be noted that a number of patients were able to breast-feed normally after a breast augmentation although complications may occur due to insufficient lactation.


Breast Augmentation Surgery

In order to minimize possible surgical risks, you will you will be evaluated prior to your surgery to ensure you are healthy enough for the procedure. The evaluation requires a complete history of all medications, health disorders, and allergies. While we cover the entire process in its entirety during your consultations the following is a brief explanation of what to expect during and after your procedure:

  • General Anesthetic
    Breast augmentation is an outpatient procedure, performed under deep sedation by a certified nurse anesthetist or certified nurse practitioner and takes approximately 1-1.5 hours. An incision, approximately 4 to 5cm long, may be made in the crease of the underside of the breast, the armpit or lower edge of the areola.
  • Placement of Implants
    Once the incision is made, the surgeon will create a pocket for the implant to lie in. This may be either beneath the muscle or beneath the breast tissue. The size and shape of your implants will ultimately determine the placement.
  • Closing Your Incisions
    Following the surgery you will have stitches (these will be dissolvable) in place, covered with a dressing and a post-surgical bra. After one week the bra may be replaced by a standard sports bra. Normal bras and bathing suits may be worn after approximately two weeks.
  • Recovery
    Sleep or rest with your head slightly elevated, avoiding sleeping on your side. Keep your arms close to your body, and avoid lifting weights until allowed by your surgeon. Do not drive for at least 2 days after your surgery, and do not exercise until approved by your surgeon usually 4-6 weeks.

Should You Consider Breast Augmentation?

Breast augmentation is a popular cosmetic surgery procedure for women wanting an increased breast size. It can be for many reasons, but some of the more popular decisions to have this procedure are:

  • To increase confidence and self-esteem
  • If you feel your breasts are too small
  • To improve your body image
  • If your breasts are different in size and/or shape (asymmetrical)
  • To restore lost size that occurs from weight loss or breast feeding
  • If your breasts are sagging or have lost firmness

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To learn more about breast augmentation or to schedule an appointment with our experts, please call at (432) 689-6300.

*All medical aesthetic procedures at Medical Spa of Midland are performed under physician supervision for the FDA-cleared purpose.  However, results obtained with this and any treatment can and do vary.

 
 

Are you considering a breast augmentation?

A woman’s bosom has long been a symbol of beauty and femininity. The shape, symmetry, and size of the breasts play a unique role in every woman’s self-perception.

Breast augmentation is an effective procedure and is about more than simply enlarging the breasts. Breast augmentation is suitable for women with insufficiently developed breasts or woman with shedding mammary gland systems causing the the skin loosen. This may be the case after breastfeeding or significant weight loss.

The age minimum for breast augmentation is generally 18 years, after the mammary glands are fully developed. It is recommended that breast augmentation only be performed when a woman no longer plans to get pregnant. Pregnancy and breastfeeding result in volume variations, producing a negative effect on the outcome of the surgery. Implants do not influence pregnancy in any form and does not expose the fetus to danger. It should be noted that many patients were able to breastfeed normally after a breast augmentation. However, complications may occur due to insufficient lactation.

 
 

Should You Consider Breast Augmentation?

Breast augmentation is a popular cosmetic surgery procedure for women wanting an increased breast size. It can be for many reasons, but some of the more popular decisions to have this procedure are:

  • To increase confidence and self-esteem
  • If you feel your breasts are too small
  • To improve your body image
  • If your breasts are different in size and/or shape (asymmetrical)
  • To restore lost size that occurs from weight loss or breast feeding
  • If your breasts are sagging or have lost firmness

To learn more about breast augmentation or to schedule an appointment with our experts, please call at (432) 689-6300.

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*All medical aesthetic procedures, including breast augmentation, at Medical Spa of Midland are performed under physician supervision for the FDA-cleared purpose.  However, results obtained with breast augmentation and any treatment may vary.

 

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