The breasts are the body part most often altered with cosmetic surgery, specifically through breast augmentation. More often known as a “boob job”, breast augmentation involves the use of saline or silicone breast implants to increase a woman’s bust size. Board-certified plastic surgeon, Nathan Eberle, M.D., D.D.S. has helped thousands of women in Cooper City, FL enhance their cleavage and bust line with breast surgery at the Weston Center for Plastic Surgery.
WHAT IS BREAST AUGMENTATION?
Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure designed to enlarge the size of a woman’s breasts. This enhancement and enlargement is achieved through the insertion of a set of breast implants behind the natural breast tissue or under the chest muscle to make a woman’s breasts appear fuller and more voluptuous.
BENEFITS OF BREAST AUGMENTATION
Breast augmentation has been known to improve women’s self-confidence and self-esteem by enhancing small breasts or loss of breast tissue due to weight loss, pregnancy, and breastfeeding, aging, breast cancer or other conditions. For many, the result of finally having the bust they have always desired helps to positively change their physical appearance enough to increase their self-esteem as a result.
TRANSAXILLARY BREAST AUGMENTATION
Transaxillary breast augmentation is a method by which the breast implants are inserted into the chest through an incision made in the patient’s armpit. It is a method Dr. Eberle has particularly performed many times at the Weston Center for Plastic Surgery. The transaxillary technique allows Dr. Eberle precise control to perfectly place the breast implant under the chest muscle without disturbing the natural breast tissue.
Once the incision has fully healed, the remaining scar is practically invisible to the naked eye. The patient themselves may be able to see the scar, however, it will remain undetectable to other people. This breast augmentation surgical technique is ideal for women who desire a natural, feminine shape and contour with little visible scarring. The minor scars from the augmentation surgery blend naturally into the creases of the patient’s armpit, out of sight.