Breast augmentation, more commonly know as a boob job, is the most popular cosmetic procedure in the world. To increase a woman’s breast size board-certified plastic surgeon Nathan Eberle, M.D., D.D.S. may use saline or silicone implants. Many women in Sunrise, Florida have increased their breast size and enhanced their cleavage with a breast augmentation procedure that was performed at Weston Center for Plastic Surgery.
WHAT IS BREAST AUGMENTATION?
Breast augmentation is a cosmetic procedure that aims to increase a woman’s breast size making them larger and fuller. Surgeons enlarge the breasts by inserting implants behind the woman’s natural breasts or behind the chest muscle to make them appear larger and fuller with an incision under the breast or around the areola.
BENEFITS OF BREAST AUGMENTATION
A breast augmentation can improve the self-confidence and self-esteem of a woman who is not comfortable having small breasts. The procedure also benefits women who have lost breast tissue as a result of aging, pregnancy, weight loss or other medical conditions. For some women, having the body they desire gives them a positive outlook on life.
TRANSAXILLARY BREAST AUGMENTATION
Transaxillary breast augmentation is a natural-looking breast augmentation that is performed through the armpit.
Dr. Eberle performs transaxillary breast augmentation at the Weston Center for Plastic Surgery. This technique gives him the ability to position the breast implant under a woman’s breast with precision and without causing a lot of disturbance to the breast.
Once the body has fully healed from the transaxillary breast augmentation procedure, the scars are very difficult to see. The patient may be able to see the scars if they look closely. However, the scarring is so minor that outside people will not be able to see it. Only Dr. Eberle and the patient will know that a breast augmentation procedure took place. The transaxillary breast augmentation procedure is ideal for the patient who wants a more feminine contour because the incisions made during the procedure blend well into the creases of the armpit, making the scars well hidden and out of sight.