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Breast Implant Surgery: Types and Procedure – Dr. Deepesh Goyal

Breast implants have been gaining popularity since the late 90s, but now the procedure is much safer than it was before. If you are thinking of getting a breast implant but don’t know about the different types and procedures of the implant, then this article will help you get an overall idea about breast implants.

In the article below, Dr. Deepesh Goyal gives an overview about breast implant surgery. Dr. Deepesh Goyal has worked with over 1000 patients in treatment relating to cosmetic and plastic surgery. His clinic Rejuvena cosmocare is known for offering one of the best breast implant surgery in Jaipur, the clinic is known for its cost effective treatments. If you are residing in Jaipur or nearby and are looking for an affordable breast implant surgery then we recommend that you visit Rejuvena cosmocare.

Read on further to know more about breast implant surgery,

What is breast implant surgery?

Breast implant surgery is a surgical procedure that increases the shape and size of the breast.

Types of Breast Implants

  • Structured saline breast implant: These implants are filled with salt water(sterile saline), and the inner part is structured in a way that feels and gives a natural look.
  • Saline breast implant: These implants are filled with salt water(sterile saline). If these implants rupture inside your breasts, then your body will absorb the saline and get rid of it naturally.
  • Silicone breast implant: These implants are made of silicone gel. If these implants rupture, the silicone might leak into your body which is risky for you. It is important that you check with your doctor regularly for any leaks.
  • form – stable breast implant: These implants are filled with thick silicone gel and firmer than traditional ones, says one of the top cosmetologists  in Jaipur –  Dr. Deepesh Goyal from Rejuvena cosmocare, which provides one of the best breast implant surgeries in India.
  • Smooth breast implants: The smooth implant moves similar to that of natural breast tissue because it can move around freely. Smooth implants are frequently referred to as smooth, round implants. While many patients choose smooth implants, each patient is different, and certain medical issues will require the use of textured breast implants.
  • Textured breast implants: Textured breast implants have a rough surface that is sometimes compared to sandpaper. Unlike smooth-surfaced implants, their surface adheres to the tissue surrounding them, preventing them from moving around within the implant pocket created by the surgeon.

All of the above-mentioned types of implants are provided at Rejuvena Cosmo Care-that offers one of the best breast implant surgeries in Jaipur.

Procedure for a Breast Implant Surgery

Dr. Deepesh Goyal explains the different steps involved in breast implant surgery.

Anesthesia

Your doctor will give you general anesthesia. This will put you to sleep during the surgery.

Incision

Incisions are done in a way that minimizes visible scars. You can discuss with your doctor and decide which types of the incision will help you get the desired outcome.  

There are three types of incision:
  • Areolar edge (periareolar incision): A periareolar incision is made by the surgeon below the lower half of the areola(a pigmented circle around the nipple). Periareolar is the most common type of incision for breast implants. This is the preferred incision for women with very small breasts who do not have any folds under their breasts.
  • Fold under the breast (inframammary fold): In this procedure, An incision is made in the fold beneath the breast, which tends to give the surgeon more direct control over the location of the implants. Inframammary fold surgery is used between 70 and 80 percent of breast augmentation procedures. The parts of the breast that produce milk are only minimally affected by the incision’s location. If complications develop or additional procedures are require, the same incision may be utilized again.
  • Armpit (axillary incision): In this type, an incision is create in the axilla or armpit, and the implant is insert above or below the muscle. An endoscope, a tiny fiber-optic camera, is sometimes use by surgeons to aid in the completion of the procedure. Trans-axillary surgery is use in about 10% of breast augmentation procedures. The advantage of trans-axillary augmentation is no scar on the breast.
  • Trans umbilical breast augmentation: This new method of breast implant surgery uses an incision through the belly button. An endoscope or tiny fiber-optic camera is tunneled through the incision to reach a pocket beneath the breast. After being inflated with saline, the implant is placed through this tunnel. Only subglandular saline implants can use TUBA. Implants inserted with TUBA have a somewhat higher risk of being damaged.

Implant Insertion

The surgeon will separate your breast tissue from your chest’s muscles and connective tissue after making an incision. As a result, there is a pocket either in front of or behind the outermost muscle of the chest wall (pectoral muscle). The implant will be position in the center of this pocket behind your nipple. 

Saline implants are insert empty and then fill with sterile salt water once they’re in place. Silicone implants are pre-fill with silicone gel.

When the implant is in place, the surgeon will close the incision — typically with stitches (sutures) — and bandage it with skin adhesive and surgical tape.

Closing the incision

Your surgeon will sew the incision sites together to close them after placing your implants.

Your surgeon may also use drainage tubes. You must adhere to the aftercare guidelines provided by your surgeon for the incision site. You can be sent home wearing a surgical bra, and your breasts will be wrapped in a gauze bandage.

After the procedure

After surgery, there may be some swelling and pain for a few weeks. Bruising is also conceivable. Scars will lighten with time.

Wearing a compression bandage or sports bra could be beneficial for further support and alignment of the breast implants while recuperating. Your surgeon might also recommend painkillers.

You might be able to go back to work in a few weeks if you don’t have a physically demanding job. For at least two weeks, refrain from engaging in demanding activities that could increase your heart rate or blood pressure. While recovering, remember that your breasts will be delicate and may get damage due to abrupt movements or physical contact.

You will require a follow-up consultation to have the sutures removed if your surgeon used sutures that won’t dissolve on their own or if they inserted drainage tubes close to your breasts.

You may have an infection if you have warmth and redness in your breasts or if you’re feverish. As soon as you can, get in touch with your surgeon. If you experience chest pain or shortness of breath, call your surgeon.

Contact your healthcare provider immediately if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Fever
  • abnormal drainage from your incision site, such as pus.
  • Rupture of your stitches.
  • Swelling or stiffness is accompanied by pain or pressure in one or both of your breasts.

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