As summer draws nearer every day, you may be curious about breast augmentation surgery. Breast augmentation is a relatively simple procedure that adds volume to the breasts and improves the shape of the breasts. While huge breasts are typically viewed as slightly ridiculous and as a component to bad posture, full breasts tend to make women feel more feminine and attractive. Early spring is one of the most common times of the year for women to seek information regarding breast augmentation. They want to know how they can have beautiful breasts for summer so that they feel confident in their new clothes and bathing suit.
Breast enlargement surgery involves the surgical insertion of either saline or silicone implants to increase the size of the breasts and enhance their shape. An incision is made under the breast, around the areola (dark area around the nipple), under the armpit, or in the belly button. The implant is squeezed through the incision opening and placed either on top of the breast muscle or behind the breast muscle.
There are advantages and disadvantages to both saline implants and silicone implants and to whether to have the implants placed on top of the breast muscle or behind it. Dr. Mark Mitchell Jones of Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists is a highly-acclaimed plastic surgeon who has received extensive training in world-leading plastic surgery research hospitals in Paris, France and at Stanford University. After working diligently to receive the highest training, he has refined his own expert methods for successful breast implant surgery. Successful breast augmentation should not impact any future pregnancy or breast feeding.
For more information on how you can achieve beautiful breasts for summer, now is the time to contact Atlanta Plastic Surgery Specialists. You can schedule a consultation with Dr. Jones to discuss the details of breast enlargement surgery, the type of breast implant that is best for your situation, the size and profile of the implant, and the surgical method to be used. Dr. Jones works with all patients on an individual basis to determine the best approach that best suits each patient’s goals and desired outcome.