Breast augmentation can reshape your curves and boost your self-confidence to new levels. But a successful outcome relies heavily on your surgeon’s skill and training. You can trust the expertise and talent of the board-certified plastic surgeons Dr. R. Michael Johnson and Dr. Dr. Sunishka Wimalawansa at Advanced Plastic and Hand Surgery serving Kettering, Ohio and Dayton, OH. These gifted surgeons focus on providing natural-appearing results that enhance your inherent beauty. Call today to make your appointment or use their convenient online service to schedule your consultation.
Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure that utilizes breast implants to increase the size or improve the shape of your breasts. Some women choose breast augmentation to restore breast volume after weight reduction or pregnancy while others undergo breast augmentation to achieve a more rounded breast shape or improve breast symmetry.
Breast augmentation will not help with severely drooping breasts. You may require a breast lift and an augmentation to achieve the results you desire. It’s often possible to do both procedures at once. Your doctor can help you determine the best plan for your situation.
Many women are very pleased with the physical changes and the boost in self-confidence that often occurs as a result of breast augmentation. However, it’s a serious surgery that permanently alters the appearance of your breasts. It’s important that you give careful consideration to what you’re hoping to achieve by having the surgery, and that your expectations regarding the outcome are realistic.
You may be a good candidate for breast augmentation if:
The team at Advanced Hand and Plastic Surgery is focused on you as a person and not just another procedure. You can expect an extensive and thoughtful discussion about breast augmentation and what it entails before scheduling your surgery.
The specifics of the procedure and expected recovery are explained in detail before your surgery is scheduled and may vary from patient to patient. You might require an overnight hospital stay afterward, but most patients can return home the same day, after spending some time in the recovery area.
Your postoperative care plan will likely include medications for pain and an antibiotic to prevent infection. Significant discomfort typically subsides after one to five days but you may note some soreness and swelling in the area for a few weeks.