Rapid Breast Augmentation procedure is one of the most popular forms of plastic surgery. It also known as “no-touch technique,” uses special techniques and to minimize tissue damage and avert touching the ribs, causes far less trauma to the surrounding tissue than traditional approaches and dramatically reduces the patients’ suffering and pain as well as their recovery time.
Rapid recovery technique worked in all breast augmentation surgery at Specialist Cosmetic Surgery assists the patient recover from procedure more rapidly and with more expected results. In the past, breast augmentation frequently resulted in scarring, bruising, bleeding, and swelling that needed weeks to recover from, impacting daily life for longer for recovering patients. The rapid recovery technique commonly allows patient to return home on the day of her operation and return to non-manual work within five days, with less pain and almost unnoticeable scarring.
Nationally, the average age of a woman looking for this procedure is around 32, however the range from age 18 to women in their 60s. Breast-feeding is able to cause the breast and skin tissue to lose elasticity. This causes breasts to sag, which means they in reality become smaller. Actually most women’s breasts be smaller after bearing kids even if they don’t breast-feed.
● Improve breast shape or size
● Restore breast shape or volume lost through pregnancy. (Before Children).
● Help your swimwear and clothes ﬁt better.
● Correct differences or asymmetries in breast size.
● Rebuild breasts after mastectomy for premalignant or cancer conditions.
Waking up in the recovery room and seeing your new breasts for first time is one of the most exciting parts of the surgery. However a lot of women feel they have two hard, huge torpedoes glued to their chest, rather than natural soft breasts. The implants might be swollen for a few days, and are naturally tight. The novel breasts will soften progressively and retain a more natural form over the next six months.
It is favored putting implants under the chest muscle because the radiology colleagues believe this place interferes less with mammography and the early detection of breast cancer than if the implant is located on top of the muscle. Not all surgeons have the same opinion on this.
The alternative is to put the implant on top of the muscle but under the breast tissue. The occurrence of irregularities is much higher when the implant is positioned on top of the muscle in a patient who has small overlying breast tissue to cover the edges of a saline implant (by the way, this isn’t as huge a problem with silicone).
Potential approaches to insertion involve incisions in the armpit, around the areola, in the wrinkle at the base of the breast, or even through the belly button. It is possible to let the woman choose the location of her incision. Most women decide the armpit incision because they don’t need a cut on their breasts. The incision is the entry point used to make a pocket for an implant. Once the implant is in location, the incision is closed.
Before the surgeon begins the surgery, he/she must use a marker to draw the incisions and the whole surgical plan on a patient’s chest. The plan involves the incision type (the patient picks one of three incisions), the size of implant on each side (equal amounts for each side or more, on one side if the breast is smaller), placement of the implant (high, middle or low) and lastly placement toward the outside or inside of breastbone.
There are important things should be performed by the patient after surgery:
● Getting your arms over your head, do this from 6-8 hours after surgery.
● Stretching and walking assist the muscles to recover quickly.
● You may lift things that weigh less than 30 pounds and drive a car if you’re oﬀ prescription pain medication.
● Don’t baby your breasts. You can’t rupture or hurt your implants or rip open your stitches, a common but unnecessary fear, by leaving your daily routine.
● Lie on your breasts for 15 minutes / day starting the day of your surgery for one year to avoid the risk of developing scar tissue surrounding the implant, which almost always happens within one year.
Patients who experience the traditional breast augmentation often need strong prescription pain killers to assist them manage their post-operative pain, while women who choose Rapid Recovery technique are usually relaxed and comfortable enough.
Rapid Recovery Breast Augmentation causes less pain, less swelling and bruising, and far less downtime than with traditional breast augmentation techniques. The Rapid Recovery technique lets most women to be back to almost all non-strenuous activities within 24 hours after surgery, and work in less than a week.
With Rapid Recovery Breast Augmentation, you won’t need to be anxious about uncomfortable garments or complicated medication regimens after surgery. All your stitches will soften by themselves; you will be able to take your shower in the next day.
All Rapid Recovery Breast Augmentation surgeries are applied using the Keller Funnel No-Touch insertion technique, which has been verified to decrease the risk of infection and capsular contracture. The Keller funnel also permits for a smaller incision, which the last scar will be smaller and less perceptible.
Implants can rupture. One patient asked about the reason wondering if the valve was the trouble. A rupture is commonly a small pinpoint leak that can expand on the implant’s edge. It’s like an old sweater that has damaged through the elbow while the buttons are holding just well. The implant’s valve would be similar to the buttons – still working – while friction on the implant shell day out and day in may cause an area to spring a leak.
Many patients have the idea saline implants require to be replaced after a certain number of years. There is no need to replace the saline implant unless it ruptures; a lot of patients whose implants are well for 20 years but there is small percentage of patients whose implants have been ruptured requiring replacement.
Rarely, implants may become infected. It is really important to have surgery at a certified facility with ﬂawless sterile technique. The most common complication of breast implants is extreme ﬁrmness, where the breast is harder than the surgeon or patient would like. This occurs in about 3 to 5 % of women following surgery and Nipple numbness in about 3% of cases.
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