Preparation FAQs

What are preparations required to follow before surgery? 

Good preparations are always essential for every patient before move for the any surgical process.  It is also the first success that the patients can get through their own motivation. At the same way, the patients are required to stay aware about some preparation FAQS by consulting with the surgeons before their breast augmentation surgery.

  • What types of the test and lab work required before the surgical process?
  • How the patients prepare or change their lifestyle after the surgical process?
  •  Are the process risk one?
  • What types of dressing required during or after the surgical process?

What is breast enlargement treatment?

Procedure takes over 1.5 – 2 hours to complete as well as is generally done under general anaesthetic. Also, there are 2 methods that are used in the respect of positioning of breast implants. These are:

* Submuscular

* Subglandular

Subglandular: implants are all placed above major muscle of chest.

Advantages are less post -surgery pain, faster healing as well as better anatomical place to enlarge breasts.

Disadvantages are also increased risk of the capsular contracture, and increased visibility as well as palpitation & problematic for the mammography. Submuscular: in the procedure implants are been inserted above major muscle of chest.

Advantages of are lesser risks risk of the capsular contracture, simpler for the mammography, deeper placement as well as less visibility. Disadvantages are the longer recovery time, and more post operative pain as well as worse results for the athletic women. The surgeon can make incision underneath natural `crease´ under breast or through armpit and around edge of areola.

What can happen after breast enlargement surgery?

Following the surgery you are taken to recovery area where the nurses can monitor the progress. It means checking the blood pressure, heart rate as well as other signs. When they are very happy with the progress you can taken back to the room. When there the nurse ca check progress again & look at operation wound. You are bruised & sore however will not worry, it is totally normal & you are given painkillers for controlling this.

You may have the special compression pads that are placed on legs that are made to prevent build of the blood clots. The periods of inactivity, like surgery will increase risk of the DVT and this can help to prevent this. You might be given other injection of the Heparin. You are encouraged getting up & move around you can. The surgical drains might be in the place: and these are the temporary measure and can help to drain any of the excess fluids.