Breast Enlargement Dubai

Breast Enlargement Dubai

Breast Enlargement Dubai is the enlargement of the breasts. Many women regard their breasts as important to their sexual attractiveness. As a sign of femininity that is important to their sense of self. Surgical breast augmentation can be obtained with different techniques, such as with breast implants or fat transfer.

Breast augmentation/enhancement surgery is a procedure which increases or restores the size of breasts. Using fillers such as silicone gel implants, saline implants, and in some cases through fat transfer.

Enhancement surgery with silicone implant is well explained here: Breast Augmentation

Fat grafting for breast augmentation consists of two separate procedures done on the same day.

Breast Enlargement Dubai – The First Procedure – Removing Fat Tissue

1. You are administered the required dosage of local infiltration. Including loical anesthesia and adrenaline to reduce the bleeding..
2. The doctor then manually removes fat tissue from parts of your body. Where fat is not desired such as, thighs, belly, and buttocks through liposuction, which is minimally invasive.

 

Breast Enlargement Dubai

The Second Procedure – Fat Tissue Is Injected into Breasts

1. The harvested fat tissue is processed; which involves separating unwanted components such as blood, oil, and water.

2. Following that, the doctor injects the fat tissue with the help of very fine needles into the areas of the breasts which need enhancement. The fat cells are injected into multiple areas and layers of the breasts to enhance the results of the fat transfer.

Fat transfer or grafting for breast augmentation/enhancement is an area in which extensive studies need to be conducted still.

Some side effects that have been observed are formation of oil cysts or calcification. These can occur if the injected fat cells do not survive in the breasts. This can happen as the breast tissue is very different from fat. For injected fat to survive in the breast tissue. The fat has to be very carefully and evenly distributed. When calcifications occur, they can be seen on mammograms, but an expert radiologist is able to do not let them interfere with breast cancer detection.

The injected fat cells may get reabsorbed by the body, which may result in the loss of breast volume over time. This is usually a long-term effect.

Other Risks

Other risks include:

• the general risks of anesthesia/sedation
• risks of infection
• bleeding
• achieving a lesser breast size than expected

More than one session may be needed in some cases to achieve the desired shape and size of the breast. After a fat transfer, there will be bruising, swelling, and some discomfort which may last a couple of days or up to two weeks. The recovery period will be from 2 weeks – 4 weeks. The approximate time of the surgery is 1-2 hours.

Dr. Matteo Vigo is a member of the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) is the world’s leading professional body for board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeons.

 

Breast Enlargement Dubai

Breast Enlargement Dubai

 

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (2 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5)
Loading...

 

 

Breast Enlargement Dubai FAQs

If your job is sedentary or office-based, it is often possible to return to work within a few days or a week. Many patients choose to take two weeks off work. After breast enlargement surgery, picking up small children will be difficult for the first fortnight after and you may need to arrange for help during this period. Sexual activity should be avoided for at least the first week following surgery. After that, you should be extremely gentle with your breasts, for at least the next three weeks. In general, listen to your body: if your breasts are still tender to touch you are wise to stay rested.
After breast enlargement surgery, strenuous activities, especially arm movements, may be uncomfortable for two to three weeks. During this time you may enjoy long walks but a full return to exercise will take longer. If your implants are under the muscle, you should expect to wait six weeks before going back to the gym and resuming a normal routine. If your implants are over the muscle, you will find this period is a little shorter, often four weeks after surgery. Saving your energy to heal your body after surgery is the most sensible way to reduce the risk of complications.
It all depends on the anatomy of your chest wall, the shape of your breasts, and on the implant placement recommended by me. Breast implants placed under the muscle tend to give a slightly more natural upper pole of the breast (basically this is the shape of the upper part of your chest), and have a low incidence of capsule contracture (scar tissue which can develop around an implant). However, the procedure is a little more uncomfortable for the first few days. They will suit you if you have very little breast tissue and nipples that lie above the breast crease. Implants placed over the muscle give you a quicker recovery, but can form more capsules and a more visible contour. They may suit you better if your nipples are in a slightly low position.
Droopy breasts often mean that to obtain the shape you want through breast augmentation, you may need a mastopexy (breast lift) as well. Very asymmetric or different breasts may need a highly tailored approach. As every individual and every case is unique, it is advisable to discuss your needs with me.
A pre-op checklist will help you ensure you have everything you need to feel comfortable post-surgery: A sports bra (or a selection) in your new breast size for immediate fitting after surgery A loose front-fastening top, as it will be difficult to lift your arms above your head at first Loose, elasticated trousers Slippers and dressing gown Books, magazine and tablet with charger Wet wipes Moisturiser and lip balm Water bottle with a straw, so you can drink more easily when lying down Snacks—you won’t be able to eat before your surgery so you’re likely to feel hungry after the procedure. You might also want to pack some crackers or ginger biscuits to help combat nausea. If your surgeon recommends you need to stay in overnight, you will need to pack loose, comfortable PJs and overnight toiletries.
You won’t experience any pain during the operation as we will put you under a general anaesthetic. After the surgery, the swelling and bruising might cause you some pain, but Dr. Vigo will prescribe you painkillers for this. You may find that: your chest feels tight and uncomfortable for a week after surgery due to swelling, especially if you have had implants inserted under the chest muscle you experience pain in other areas of the body, such as the back and shoulders Back and shoulder pain is most likely because you will naturally want to hunch over to support and protect your chest if it’s feeling tender. You should find this pain lessens as your body heals and adapts to your new breasts. If: the pain is severe and medication has no effect your breasts feel engorged or hot to the touch you have a fever call us immediately, as these are signs of infection.
How long have you been performing breast implant surgery? How many breast augmentation surgeries do you perform a year/month? Are you/is my surgeon certified by the Board of Plastic Surgery? On average, how many your breast surgery require revisions? Have any medical malpractice suits been brought against you or the facility? Do you have any before and after photos I can look at? Do you have any testimonials from past clients that I can see? What if I don’t like the results of my breast augmentation surgery, what can I do? Is there a risk of nerve damage to my nipples or breast? What is the guarantee for this procedure, and what fees do I have to pay if I experience any problems? Are silicone or saline implants better for me — why? What breast size do you recommend for my body type? Do you recommend an alternative or additional surgery for better results? Such as a breast lift? Are there any diet/lifestyle changes that are needed before breast implant surgery? Will any of my regular medication affect the anesthesia/surgery? (It’s important to tell your surgeon of any medications you’re on) Which type of anesthesia will be used? (local or general?) Will a certified anesthesiologist be administering this? Where will my breast implant surgery take place? Is the clinic or practice accredited? If there is a life-threatening emergency, Is the practice set up to deal with this? In the event of any problems, which hospital would I be taken to? What are the possible risks of breast implant surgery? Is it possible to prevent breast implants from rupturing, rippling, or wrinkling? Are there possible breast implant complications that I should be aware of? If I have any complications, what is your policy? Do you cover expenses? Do you recommend a cosmetic surgery complication insurance policy? How long will it take to heal from the procedure? What do you recommend to speed up healing? Including bruising, pain or any swelling? How long will I need off from work? How soon can I get back to exercising post-surgery and at what intensity? If I have an emergency after going home, how can I reach you/the plastic surgeon? If I may need a revision to my surgery, is that included in the price? What is included in the fee for this procedure? What isn’t? If removal of implant is needed, is this included in the cost? If there are any complications after breast augmentation surgery, is that included in the fee? Is finance offered for this breast augmentation procedure? What is the deposit, if any and when is full payment due? What if I change my mind before surgery? Be sure to ask these questions and whichever else you need to in order to feel comfortable with your breast surgery
It’s important not to rush into a decision to have breast enlargement surgery. You need to have a good think about what you’re hoping to gain, the limitations of the procedure, and the risks involved. It’s also important to do your research into finding a suitable surgeon. Initial consultation You’ll need to book a consultation with Dr. Vigo you’re considering going to. Dr. Vigo will discuss what you’re hoping to gain from the procedure. He will also want to examine your breasts. You can have someone accompanying you during the examination if you would like to. Your surgeon may ask to take some photos of your breasts for your medical records. Dr. Vigo will tell you which technique they would recommend and discuss what implants are most suitable for you. This will include whether the implant is filled with silicone gel or saline, as well as its size and shape. They’ll talk to you about what will happen during the procedure, including the possible complications and the results you can realistically expect. This is your chance to get all the information you need to make a decision, so be sure to ask any questions you have. The organisations listed in the section ‘Other helpful websites’ give examples of good questions to ask. Making your decision Take your time to decide. You should be given a ‘cooling off’ period of at least a couple of weeks before having surgery. If you still have questions after this, a second consultation with your surgeon may help. If you decide to go ahead, you’ll be asked to sign a consent form – so it’s important to make sure you feel properly informed. You can change your mind at any time before your procedure. Preparing for your operation Your surgeon will explain how to prepare for your operation. For example, if you smoke, you’ll be advised to stop at least six weeks before your operation. This will reduce your risk of complications. There’s a possibility you might have to stay overnight after your operation, so you’ll need to make any necessary preparations for this. If you go home on the same day, you’ll need to have someone who can drive you home. You’ll also need to have a responsible adult who can stay with you overnight. You’ll usually have breast enlargement under general anaesthesia, which means you’ll be asleep during the operation. Having a general anaesthetic means you’ll need to stop eating and drinking for some time before your operation. Your surgeon will give you clear instructions about this – it’s important to follow their advice. At the hospital On the day of your procedure, your surgeon will meet with you to check you are well and still happy to go ahead. The staff at the hospital will do any final checks and get you ready for surgery. This may include asking you to wear compression stockings or having an injection of an anticlotting medicine to help prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Your surgeon will measure your breasts and assess their shape, your skin and the position of your nipples. They’ll probably draw on your breasts to mark the operation site. What happens during breast enlargement? Breast enlargement usually takes around one-and-a-half hours. You’ll usually have a general anaesthetic, which means you’ll be asleep during the operation. Once the general anaesthetic has taken effect, your surgeon will make a cut in the skin on your breast, to insert the implant. The cut is usually in the crease under your breast, but it can sometimes be around your nipple or in your armpit. Your surgeon will make a ‘pocket’ for the implant, either under your breast tissue, or under your chest muscle. The implant is then inserted – sometimes a trial one is inserted first to check that the most appropriate size has been chosen. Your surgeon will then close your wounds with stitches and may also wrap your breasts in a supportive dressing. What to expect afterwards You’ll be given painkillers to help relieve any pain as the anaesthetic wears off. It’s normal for your chest to feel tight and your breasts and ribs to feel tender after your operation. You may have fine tubes running out from the wound to drain excess fluid into a bag or bottle. These will be removed before you go home. If you’re able to go home on the same day, you’ll need to have a responsible adult who can drive you home – don’t try and drive yourself. If possible, try to have a friend or relative stay with you for the first day or so. Sometimes, you may need to stay in hospital overnight. Before you go home, you should be given a discharge letter with dates of any follow-up appointments, along with advice about caring for healing wounds. You can also read our advice on caring for surgical wounds. Having a general anaesthetic can really take it out of you. You might find that you’re not as co-ordinated or that it’s difficult to think clearly. This should pass within 24 hours. In the meantime, don’t drive, drink alcohol, cook, operate machinery or make any important decisions. If your stitches are not dissolving stitches, they’ll need to be taken out after about a week. Recovering from breast enlargement surgery You’re likely to have some swelling, bruising and pain after your operation and it can take a few weeks for this to settle. You may have been given some painkillers at hospital to take home with you or you can take over-the-counter painkillers such as paracetamol. You’ll probably need a week or two off work, although this may be less depending on what type of surgery you’ve had. You’ll be able to move around as usual straight after your operation. But don’t do any strenuous exercise or lift anything heavy for the first few weeks. It might take up to six weeks to get completely back to normal. Some women find it more comfortable to wear a sports bra for a month or so while they heal. Ask your surgeon if they would recommend this. It may take a while to get used to the new shape of your breasts. They may look too high at first, but this usually settles down after a few weeks. You’ll have some scars after your surgery too. These may be quite red for the first six weeks, then usually turn purple before fading to white over 12 to 18 months. Complications from breast enlargement surgery Complications are unexpected problems that can happen during or after the operation. As with any procedure, there are some risks associated with breast enlargement. Your surgeon should explain these before you have the surgery. The possible complications of any operation include an unexpected reaction to the anaesthetic, excessive bleeding or developing a blood clot (deep vein thrombosis). Specific complications of breast enlargement include those listed below. Capsular contracture. This is when abnormal scar tissue forms around the implant, making your breast feel firmer. It may eventually start to feel tender too and look abnormal. You might need another operation to treat this. Bleeding into the space around the implant. This is called a haematoma and it can make your breast very swollen and tight. It’s most likely straight after the operation. You may need to have another procedure to remove the blood and stop the bleeding. Infection. If your breast becomes infected, it may be red, swollen and tender. You may also feel unwell. Sometimes it can be treated with antibiotics, but often you’ll need to have your implant removed and replaced with a new one at a later date. Changes in sensation. Your breast skin and nipple may feel more or less sensitive after breast enlargement. This usually improves over a few months. If you lose nipple sensation, there is a chance this may be permanent. Implant failure. Your implant may rupture (leak). This isn’t serious, but you may need to have your implant replaced. For more information, see our FAQ: How will I know if my implant ruptures? Certain types of implant have recently been linked to a rare cancer of the immune cells, called breast implant associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). Scientists are doing more research to find out exactly what implants are affected. In the meantime, your doctor can talk to you about how this risk applies to you and the implants you’re having.
error: Content is protected !!