What to consider when considering breast augmentation

Dr. William Burden from Destin Plastic Surgery tells Cherish Lombard that fiber optic technology has revolutionized breast enlargement surgery. He says now small incisions can be made in the under arm area and the implant can be placed inside the body more precisely. Because of these advances, women from all over the world as well as nearby cities go to Destin Plastic Surgery for breast augmentation surgery. Destin Plastic Surgery offers the Canfield Vectra® 3D and Breast Sculptor software that allows you to see how different sizes of implants would suit your body before surgery!

Dr. Burden says you may feel stiff and sore in the chest region for the first 2 to 5 days after your breast augmentation. Dressings will be removed within a week, and you may be instructed on the proper bra to wear. Your breasts may feel tight and sensitive to the touch, and your skin may feel warm or itchy. You may experience difficulty raising your arms. You should not lift, push or pull anything, or engage in any strenuous activity or twisting of the upper body. He says after 2 to 3 days, most people don’t require pain medications other than an occasional dose at night. Some bruising and swelling will occur initially, but will disappear over the course of 1-2 weeks. Most residual swelling will resolve within a month.

If you would like to set up a consultation with Dr. Burden, please call (850) 654-1194.

Destin Plastic Surgery
The Grant Building
4485 Furling Lane
Destin, FL 32541
http://www.theplasticdoc.com/

 

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