Breast Enlargement and Lift (Augmentation Mastopexy) surgery is a procedure that adds fat and volume to the the breasts making them larger, but also more pert. This surgery can also reduce the size of your areolas and help to restore sagging breasts to give them a more youthful appearance. Prof Wilson encounters nowadays many of these cases in Massive Weight Loss patients, who lost weight and ended up with smaller and more sagging breasts.
Your visit with Dr. Wilson will determine if you are a good candidate for Breast Enlargement and Lift (Augmentation Mastopexy). If you are in good physical and mental health, you may be an appropriate candidate for the surgery. Prof Wilson will make sure that you have no breast disease and that you have reasonable expectations from the surgery. Sometimes, Prof Wilson may ask you to have a mammogram before your surgery.
The availability of FDA-approved silicone gel or saline implants created new options for women considering breast surgery.
All breast implants include a solid silicone rubber outer shell, called a lumen.
Dr. Wilson has been using fat grafts in select patients to perform breast augmentation (breast enhancment) for more than 15 years, and since 2013, he has been using stem cells for that same purpose. Since 2018, he has also been using the Hybrid option: Fat and Silicone implants. Accurate patient choice is crucial for the success of such surgery
During the consultation, Prof Wilson will ask about your desired breast size and anything else related to the appearance of your breasts that you feel is important. Dr. Wilson will examine your breasts and will consider such factors as the size and shape, the quality of your skin and the placement of your nipples and areolas. He will take meticulous measurements which are necessary for planning of the surgery. He will explain which surgical techniques are most appropriate for you, based on the condition of your breasts and skin tone.
You should come to the consultation prepared to discuss your medical history. This will include information about any medical conditions, drug allergies, medical treatments you have received, previous surgeries including breast biopsies, and medications that you currently take. The surgical assistant will ask whether you have a family history of breast cancer and about results of any mammograms. It is important for you to provide complete information.
Techniques for Breast Lift Augmentation Mastopexy vary but the most common procedure involves an ellipse-shaped incision that circles the areola. It extends downward to the natural curve of the crease beneath the breast. Prof Wilson will move the skin from both sides of the breast is down and around the areola, thus shaping the new contour of the breast.
Dr. Wilson performs this technique which ends up with the least possible scarring: only a vertical scar and eliminates the troublesome transverse scar resulting from older techniques. The Registered Nurse will fit you with a special bra for 3-4 weeks after the surgery.
In general, Plastic Surgeons can enlarge the Breast by Fat Injection or Silicone Implants. Dr Wilson will describe in detail the pros and cons of each method. He will eventually choose the method that suits you most.
Fortunately, significant complications from Breast Enlargement and Augmentation Mastopexy are infrequent.
Following Breast Enlargement and Lift (Augmentation Mastopexy), sometimes the breasts may not be perfectly symmetrical or the nipple height may vary slightly. If desired, minor adjustments can be made at a later time. Permanent loss of sensation in the nipples or breasts may occur rarely. Revision surgery is sometimes helpful in certain instances where incisions may have healed poorly.
Professor Wilson believes that affordable cost plastic surgery is the right of every individual. He will never allow financial restraints to prevent you from having a juvenile beautiful sexy appearance. Many factors affect the cost of Breast Augmentation Mastopexy Surgery, including the extent of surgery, type of surgery, use of silicon implants, and other factors. After the consultation, the patient coordinator will offer you an affordable price quote.