Breast Augmentation

4 Reasons Surgical Skill Is Essential for Beautiful Breast Augmentation

womans breasts

By Dr. Jeremy Pyle

Breast augmentation is consistently one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures performed in the United States as well as the rest of the world. Perhaps for this reason rather than in spite of it, it’s essential to choose your cosmetic surgeon carefully. No matter how often breast augmentation is performed, the results are absolutely dependent on the skill level of your surgeon for four important reasons.

1. Choosing Implant Size and Profile

While most women think of breast size in terms of bra measurements, implants are actually measured by volume. This fact combined with the subjective nature of the surgery itself make your surgeon’s input invaluable when it comes to choosing the right implant size and profile to work with your frame and best meet your goals.

2. Thoughtful Incision Placement

Not every type of implant works with every type of incision and implant placement. A skilled surgeon will keep you well-informed of all your options plus the pros and cons of those options, and work closely with you to ensure that you’re getting the final result you hope for.

3. Reduced Complications

Some of the most common complications associated with breast augmentation, such as implants “bottoming out” or the development of “uniboob” after surgery, can be prevented during the surgical process simply by taking the right approach. The most skilled doctors performing breast augmentation surgery are meticulously focused on all the critical details throughout the surgery to minimize the risk of complications as much as possible.

4. Beautiful, Natural Results

If all of the above factors are met by choosing the right surgeon, you are well on your way to achieving beautiful breast augmentation results. Your figure should look proportionate, flattering and natural above all, and your surgeon’s high skill level means that you should be able to enjoy an attractive look for years to come.

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