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Breast augmentation

What is Breast augmentation?

Breast augmentation can be used in patients who have severely small breasts, or who are psychologically not confident with their breasts. The procedure maintains the breast function, while minimi zing scarring to create normal, but beautiful breasts. Breast augmentation can be used in the following cases.

Congenital small breast development -Breast deformation following weight loss or child birth - Breast deformation following trauma- Decreased confidence with the breasts

The characteristics of the ideal breasts

Ideally, the breast measurement is 5-10cm less than the hip measurement. 
          The nipples are located slightly higher than the center of the breasts, and are not too large. 
          The center of the collar bone and the nipples join to create an equilateral triangle. 
          The breasts are round and spherical, not too large or small, with elasticity.


1.Patients who are taking medications that can affect bleeding (aspirin, steroids, anti-inflammatories, antiplatelets) should discontinue these 2-4 weeks before the operation. 
          2.The last two weeks of the menstrual cycle can lead to temporary breast enlargement, and surgery should be avoided at this time. 
          3.The operation can be done under sedative anesthesia, but is usually done under general anesthesia. Even if you undergo sedation anesthesia, you will undergo pre-operative tests for general anesthesia (blood tests, EKG, chest x-ray). IT is important that you are diagnosed before the operation in terms of the shape, location and size of the breasts. This is very important for planning the procedure. 
          4.The size and location of the two breasts, nipples, location of folds under the breasts, symmetry of the breasts, thickness of breast skin, lactative gland development status,    sagginess of the breasts, problems with the chest wall or the spine, and the presence of masses under the armpits or breast lymph nodes are checked for. Patients aged 40 years and over with a family history of breast cancer, those with palpable masses in the lymph nodes of the armpits or the breasts must undergo mammography (breast imaging) to confirm for the absence of breast disease.