If you’re looking for a new breast, you have many options. Among these options are the Trans-axillary, Transumbilical, Form-stable, and Smooth techniques. Before you decide on a specific procedure, it’s important to understand the differences between them. This article will discuss these techniques, and how they may benefit your body.
Trans-axillary breast plastic surgery is an approach to breast augmentation that uses an incision in the armpit to insert breast implants. The incision is made in the posterior direction, and angled superiorly. The implant is placed in the breast pocket, and the incision is closed and bandaged. The incision is then checked for symmetry.
The transaxillary technique has a lower recovery period than traditional methods. Patients should be in good health and in a position to take time off work. They should also be able to follow instructions after surgery to ensure the best results. Trans-axillary breast augmentation can be a great option for a woman who has small breasts and would like to enhance them. It can also be performed in conjunction with a breast lift or post-weight loss body contouring.
Transumbilical breast plastic surgery involves placing breast implants through an incision in the chest or navel. It is a relatively new method of breast augmentation and many women are happy with the results. However, this surgery can be complicated and has risks, so it is important to find a qualified plastic surgeon with experience in this procedure.
In transumbilical breast augmentation, an incision is made inside the navel to make a tunnel through the subcutaneous fat above the abdominal muscles. This creates a pocket for the implant, and it is then filled with sterile saline solution. The implant contains a valve that seals when the filling tube is removed, so there is no chance of it leaking. Once the filling tube is removed, the incision is closed with internal absorbent sutures. The procedure typically lasts about an hour and there are no drains or scars.
A form-stable breast implant is a type of silicone breast implant that retains its natural shape in all positions. This type of implant has many names, including “anatomical implants,” “gummy bear” implants, and “conservation implants.” A form-stable implant’s shape is maintained due to the high cross-linking of the silicone polymer inside the implant. It also tends to be firmer than standard breast implants.
Form-stable breast implants are similar to “gummy bear” breast implants in that they are firm and have little risk of leakage. These implants are also firmer than traditional silicone implants and can be shaped to mimic the appearance of natural breast tissue. To learn more about form-stable implants, contact Dr. Wallach for a consultation.
After breast plastic surgery, you may want to consider a smooth breast. This procedure is more natural and resembles the appearance of your own natural breasts. However, a smooth breast is not without risks. This type of breast implant has a much higher risk of developing capsular contracture compared to textured implants.
The type of implant placement used for smooth breasts varies depending on the surgeon. One type is subglandular, which is above the pectoral muscle. This implant placement option has a faster recovery time, but it has the higher risk of capsular contracture and may look unnatural on certain body types.
There are many risks and complications associated with breast plastic surgery. Some of these are preventable. For example, implants can rupture, though these are rare. Most ruptures happen between 10 and 15 years after surgery. The frequency of rupture depends on the type of implant. For example, silicone gel implants can rupture as often as 32% in the first 10 years.
Another potential risk is hematoma, which is a collection of blood near the surgical site. This can cause swelling, bruising, and pain. Hematomas are not permanent, but they can lead to other problems. They can interfere with breast feeding and sexual response. If the hematoma is large enough, it may require surgical draining. In rare cases, it may also result in loss of function.
After breast enhancement surgery, you will experience recovery that takes between four and six weeks. It is important that you rest and take it easy during this time. You will still need to wear a sports bra after surgery to support your breasts, but you should be able to resume most activities after the surgery.
The first few days after surgery should be spent recovering at home. Your recovery will include pain, nausea, and other side effects. You should inform your Surgeon of any pain or discomfort. You can also call emergency medical services or your local GP for advice.