Following the surgery, you can expect a period of recovery. It is normal to experience some swelling, bruising, and discomfort, which can be managed with prescribed pain medication. You may need to wear a surgical bra or compression garment to provide support and help minimize swelling.
The recovery time can vary for each individual, but most patients can resume light activities within a few days and return to regular daily activities within a few weeks. We will provide specific post-operative instructions, including information on caring for the incisions, avoiding strenuous activities, and attending follow-up appointments.
It’s important to have open and honest discussions with your plastic surgeon about your goals, expectations, and any concerns you may have. We will evaluate your unique anatomy, discuss implant options, and provide recommendations based on our expertise. We will also explain the potential risks, such as infection, scarring, changes in nipple sensation, and the need for future implant replacement.
Breast enhancement surgery can have a significant impact on your self-confidence and body image. However, it’s important to understand that breast implants are not lifetime devices, and additional surgeries may be needed in the future for implant maintenance or replacement.
Choosing a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon who specializes in breast enhancement surgery is crucial to achieve the best possible results. We will guide you through the entire process, answer your questions, and provide the necessary support for a safe and successful procedure.
Remember, the decision to undergo breast enhancement surgery is personal and should be made after careful consideration. Ensure that you have realistic expectations and fully understand the procedure before proceeding.