Breast augmentation, commonly known as a boob job, is a very popular cosmetic surgery that now ranks number one among the most commonly performed plastic surgeries in the world. Weston Center for Plastic Surgery’s board-certified plastic surgeon, Nathan Eberle, M.D., D.D.S., specialize in the use of saline or silicone breast implants. Thousands of women residing in Miramar and the surrounding cities have received breast augmentations at Weston Center for Plastic Surgery. Cosmetic breast augmentation uses implants for women looking to enhance their cleavage, lift their breasts or increase their bra size by several cup sizes. This cosmetic surgery has a history of success when used to enlarge the size of women’s breasts.
WHAT IS BREAST AUGMENTATION?
Breast augmentation is a cosmetic surgical procedure that is used for the purpose of enlarging women’s breasts. This procedure commonly uses breast implants, which are placed behind the breast tissue or chest muscle. This allows the natural breast tissue to expand and to achieve a larger appearance.
BENEFITS OF BREAST AUGMENTATION
Breast augmentation surgery has proven to be beneficial to women both emotionally and physically, as it encourages women and gives them restored confidence and improved self-esteem. There are many reasons why women feel uncomfortable with the appearance of their breasts and addressing these concerns can improve a woman’s future aspirations. Breast augmentation cosmetic surgery benefits women who have decreased breast tissue as a result of weight loss, pregnancy, aging and other health conditions. Addressing this cosmetic issue can be positively life changing for a woman.
TRANSAXILLARY BREAST AUGMENTATION
Transaxillary is a natural approach towards breast enhancements. This procedure is completed under a woman’s armpit in order to conceal the healed incision. Dr. Eberle provides this breast augmentation choice at the Weston Center for Plastic Surgery. He uses this cosmetic procedure to achieve precision and beauty by placing an implant under the women’s chest muscle. The use of this entry point causes minimal disturbance to the natural breast tissue.
After a transaxillary breast augmentation procedure, the surgical entry point is nearly invisible. This is because Dr. Eberle uses the natural creases in the armpit to camouflage the incision. This cosmetic surgery provides beautifully contoured, uplifted breasts with little distinguished scarring. The inserted implants will enhance the breast’s natural tissue and remain a secret to everyone, except to the patient.