Feeling as though your breasts aren’t proportionate to the rest of your body can be a source of significant discomfort. Being able to see the bust you want when you look in the mirror is a great way to boost your confidence and self-esteem, which is why we offer breast augmentation to patients in the Scottsdale area, at AdmireMD® Plastic Surgery + Skin Clinic.
Breast augmentation in Scottsdale can help women with small or unevenly sized breasts enjoy a fuller, firmer, better-proportioned bust, through the placement of saline or silicone implants in the breast. You might be interested in breast augmentation for any number of different medical and aesthetic reasons, including balancing breast size, compensating for reduced breast mass after pregnancy or surgery, and correcting a congenital breast defect. We’ll work with you to help you enjoy the bust of your dreams, so you can look and feel the way you’ve always wanted.
Fully Customizable Breast Augmentation in Scottsdale
We know that every woman is unique in both her desires and her body shape, which is why we take care to learn everything there is to know about your personal journey, including your hopes and aspirations for the outcome of your procedure, as part of our preoperative consultations.
We’ll help you decide on the specifics of your surgery, including details like picking out which implant type and placement is best, giving you the chance to enjoy a completely customized treatment, designed with your specific goals in mind and tailored to the unique contours of your individual body.
While breast augmentation in Scottsdale can achieve dramatic, aesthetically pleasing results on its own, it can also be paired with other cosmetic surgeries or non-invasive procedures for more comprehensive results. We sometimes recommend combining breast augmentation with other procedures, such as a breast lift, for more satisfying results. If we think this might be a good option for you, we’ll discuss the details during your consultation, and help you pick the procedure that’s perfect for you.
Saline or Silicone Gel Breast Implants?
Breast implants are silicone shells, filled with either saline (salt water) or silicone gel. Both types of implant are very safe, and each offers its own unique advantages. Before your surgery, we’ll help you decide which one is right for you. During your surgery, Anthony A. Admire will place the implants behind each breast, underneath either the breast tissue or the chest wall muscle.
After many years, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved silicone breast implants for breast augmentation surgery. At AdmireMD® Plastic Surgery + Skin Clinic, we are incredibly proud to offer patients the option of silicone gel-filled breast implants, which tend to be much softer and feel a bit more natural than their saline-filled counterparts.
The Breast Augmentation Recovery Process
You’re likely to feel a bit tired and sore after your breast augmentation surgery, which usually passes in a day or two. You should be able to return to work and your day-to-day within the week, with stitches being removed in a week to 10 days after your breast augmentation in Scottsdale. Any postoperative pain, swelling, and sensitivity will diminish over the first few weeks, and the scars from your incisions will begin to fade in a few months, continuing to disappear for months or years after your procedure.
Breast Augmentation in Scottsdale
If you think that breast augmentation might be the right choice for you, we’re excited to hear from you! We’re here for patients in the Scottsdale area who are looking to augment their breasts and enjoy a fuller, more shapely bust. Reach out and set up your consultation, to learn more about how Anthony A. Admire can help you absolutely love the way you look.
Are There Any Potential Complications?
Complications following breast augmentation surgery are quite uncommon, and usually minimal. They may include capsular contracture, swelling and pain, infection around the implant, a change in nipple sensation, milk production if you’ve nursed a baby within a year before the procedure, and breakage or leakage of the implant (implant rupture) as a result of injury or the normal compression and movement of your breast.
If a saline implant ruptures, the implant will simply deflate in a few hours and your body will absorb the salt water. If a silicone implant leaks, on the other hand, you’ll need to see a doctor immediately. We recommend regular monitoring of your breast implants after surgery, to ensure continued breast and implant health.