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Charles A. Messa, III, MD, FACS

Breast Enhancement: What You Need to Know

Weston, Florida
And Surrounding Suburbs

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Posted February 25, 2020 in Breast Enhancement

2 Min Read

Year after year, breast augmentation and other breast enhancement procedures continue to rank as the most popular plastic surgery options for women.

A woman after her breast enhancement procedure.

Breast augmentation can restore fullness to a woman’s naturally small bust line through the insertion of saline or silicone breast implants.

What Do I Need to Know Before Breast Augmentation Surgery?

Breast augmentation surgery is a highly individualized procedure, which means the patient has control when it comes to deciding the steps of her surgery.

With this in mind, there are a few important factors to note when it comes to breast augmentation surgery:

You Will Have Help Making Decisions

Undergoing any plastic surgery procedure can be overwhelming. You have a lot of choices to make in a short amount of time, and when you consider everything that needs personalization for breast augmentation surgery, you might feel overloaded.

Dr. Messa will be there to provide his expertise and make you feel like you are never alone in this process.

Dr. Messa is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery.

Breast Implants Do Not Last Forever

While your results after breast augmentation are designed to last for a long time, breast implants are not foolproof devices.

Before choosing breast augmentation surgery, it is important to understand that you may have to replace your breast implants after 10 or 15 years.

Breast Implants May Cause Complications

With the proper upkeep and routine MRIs (for silicone implants), breast implants should give you little to no hassle. However, you should be aware of the complications that can potentially arise from breast implants.

Conditions associated with breast implants include:

  • Capsular contracture—When scar tissue forms and contracts around the breast implant, causing discomfort
  • Implant rupture—When the silicone implant shell weakens and tears, causing your breasts to appear deflated or lumpy
  • Bottoming out—When one or both breast implants slip below the inframammary crease

Breast Augmentation and Breast Lift Can Be Combined

It is common for women to combine a breast lift with their breast augmentation to optimize their results.

For women with sagging breasts after pregnancy or weight loss, a breast lift can help restore a youthful, natural appearance.

Have More Concerns?

If you are interested in learning more about breast augmentation, call our office in Weston, Florida, at (954) 659-7760 or (877) 250-8117. You can also schedule a consultation by filling out an online contact form.

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