Who Can Benefit from Breast Augmentation?
Breast Augmentation Options
Concerns About Breast Augmentation
Following breast augmentation surgery, patients will need to wear a special compression bra to minimize swelling and support the breasts during healing. Patients should avoid heavy lifting, pulling, or pushing the first week of recovery. Physical activity should be minimized for at least the first couple of weeks. Dr. Erella will provide you with specific post-op instructions.
Breast augmentation can be performed using a number of incision patterns. Your incision will be placed in the armpit, around the areola, or in a lower breast fold. Scarring will be placed so that they can easily be hidden beneath a bra or swimsuit.
The cost of breast augmentation varies based on region and practice. A consultation with Dr. Erella is the best way to determine the cost of your breast augmentation surgery.
Discomfort is a normal part of surgery recovery. Commonly, pain lasts for about seven days, and can be managed with pain medication and compression garments. Most patients are able to return to everyday activities within two weeks.