Medical-Grade Implants to Get Larger Breasts
If what you want is significant increase in the size and volume of your breasts, then breast implants can make this happen. Improvement of the contour of your breasts is done through the placement of implants such as saline (salt water) or medical-grade silicone gel. Between the two, medical-grade silicone gel is considered as the more preferred option for implants because of the natural feel and look. Insertion of the implants is performed in a simple and easy process via a 4-cm incision (or longer), which is hidden beneath your breasts, or around the areola or armpit. There is an option to insert the implants below or above the chest muscle.
The shape, projection, width and height of implants vary. However, standard shapes include the teardrop and round implants. Also, you need to consult your doctor for the right implant size, depending on your body size and chest proportions. If you are undecided on the implants size, you can simply drop by any clinic in Singapore and try out different options on the size and shape. This way, you will have a clearer picture of how the implants look on you.
The surgical process for breast augmentation may go from 1 to 2 hours, although it still depends on the overall health and condition of the patient. General anesthesia is administered to the patient who is undergoing surgery, but there is no need for the individual to be hospitalized. As for recovery, it should take about 2 to 4 days before the patient can go back to work after surgery. During this period, ample rest is recommended, which means it is not advisable to perform physical activities that tend to strain the lower back and breasts.
It is a myth that many people thought that breast implants need to be changed every 10 years. In most cases, if there are no issues with the implants, they do not require to be replaced. Good implants can last for more than 10 years to an entire lifetime, and there are those that come with a lifetime warranty for deterioration and breakage. However, it all depends on how experienced your surgeon is, since you can expect the best results with the help of a licensed professional. There is also no need to replace your implants if there are no issues that come with them, and they should be good to last for years. Most surgeons will encourage their patients to do check-up and consultation at least once a year for as a preventative measure.