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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE BREAST AUGMENTATION SURGERY
If the patient who will have a breast prosthesis is over 40 years old, before the surgery, radiological examinations called mammography and if necessary, ultrasonography is performed. Every surgery has general or specific risks. Edema and pain in the breast area are postoperative complaints. Surgery-related bleeding and infection are rare conditions. Some patients complain of increased or decreased sensitivity in the nipples after surgery or numbness around the incision. This is usually temporary. It has been suggested that some connective tissue diseases develop in the body against the prosthesis, which is a foreign body, it becomes difficult to give milk to the baby, and the prosthesis causes cancer. However, none of these have been scientifically proven. In breast augmentation surgery, since a foreign substance is supplied to the body to augment the breast, there may be problems related to the prosthesis. There may be hardening and tightening due to the development of a membrane called a capsule around the prosthesis. The thin membrane does not cause any problems. In case a medium thickness membrane forms, a slight hardness in the breasts and prominence on the base of the breast can be noticed. In rare cases, the body may not accept this foreign substance. It tries to form a thick membrane (capsule) around the prosthesis, compress and incarcerate it and sometimes throw it out of the body. If a thick capsule is formed, hardness and sometimes asymmetry can be seen in the breasts. In case of mild and moderate capsular contracture, external massage and additional surgeries can be performed when necessary to remove the capsule around the prosthesis.
AFTER BREAST AUGMENTATION SURGERY
BREAST ENLARGEMENT AND SHAPING WITH FAT FILLING
Breast augmentation can be performed by taking a fat graft from any part of the body with the liposuction method and injecting it to the breast for augmentation and shaping. It is not a highly preferred method because of the dissolving of most of the adipose tissue and the formation of asymmetries and therefore the possibility of requiring repetitive procedures.