Full, beautifully shaped breasts can do wonders for a woman’s self-confidence. A breast augmentation at Polyclinic Plastic Surgery in Seattle can help you enhance your natural beauty.
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WHAT IS BREAST AUGMENTATION?
A woman’s breasts are a symbol of femininity. However, genetics, age, weight fluctuations, or child-bearing can negatively affect their appearance. Breast augmentation surgery involves placing breast implants or utilizing your body’s fat to give your breasts a fuller appearance, better shape, and improved cleavage. Breast augmentation surgery can enhance your appearance with a beautiful, natural result.
Our plastic surgeons strive to provide compassionate, personalized care. They will discuss your goals and preferred outcome, helping you to attain the best possible results while accentuating your natural beauty.
What are the Benefits?
The surgeons at Polyclinic Plastic Surgery are skilled artists that strive to amplify your natural beauty. The benefits of breast augmentation surgery include:
- Rounder, more symmetrical breasts
- Feminine curves
- Better fitting clothes and swimsuits
- Improvement in body image and positivity
- Natural, long lasting results
Who is the Ideal Candidate?
Women with fully developed breasts looking for improved breast contour are generally candidates for breast augmentation surgery. The ideal candidate is a non-smoker, is in good physical shape, has no serious medical issues, and maintains a healthy weight. Candidates should discuss goals with their surgeons, having realistic expectations for their results.
What Can I Expect from Recovery?
After a breast augmentation procedure, you will have tender breasts and soreness. Swelling is also expected and will take a few weeks to subside. You will wear a surgical bra to support the breasts and promote settling of the implants. Your implants will initially sit high on the chest but will come down and settle nicely after a few months.
Most patients will be able to return to work after a week and return to full normalcy after four to six weeks. Your surgeon will continue postoperative care in the weeks following your surgery to ensure proper healing and satisfactory results.