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Breast Augmentation in Scottsdale, AZ

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Breast Augmentation in Scottsdale, AZ

Have you always wanted larger, fuller breasts? If you are like many women, you may feel that your breasts are disproportionately small and out of balance with the rest of your body. Or maybe your breasts are different sizes, creating a noticeable asymmetry. You can’t change your genetics, but you can change your appearance through breast enlargement surgery, also known as breast augmentation .

Scottsdale board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Deborah White will listen to your concerns and your hopes. She will discuss with you the various surgical options and the different implant types, shapes and sizes now available. After the surgery is done, you’ll wonder why you didn’t have surgery sooner. If you’re like most women, you will feel more self-confident, sexier, and more attractive than ever before.

Breast Augmentation Procedure Information 

Breast augmentation surgery is done on an outpatient basis at the Virginia Piper Outpatient Surgical Facility in Scottsdale using general anesthesia. A small incision is made under the breast or around the areola and a silicone gel or saline-filled implant is inserted under the breast tissue, or under the breast tissue and the underlying muscle.

I just wanted you to know how much I appreciate your great medical care during my operation. It was especially comforting to know that I was in such good hands and that no matter what concerns I had, I never felt uneasy about asking any questions. You all made the experience one that has already brought results that I’m pleased with. I will be in touch providing my future improvements. Thanks again for everything and I’ll see you the next time I’m in Scottsdale.

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Breast Augmentation Recovery

You will go home in a comfortable surgical bra placed over gauze dressings. A breast band will be in place above the breasts to keep them in the proper position during healing. You will be seen the following day in our office to make sure you are doing well. Initial discomfort is controlled with oral medication and sutures are clipped at 1 week. Walking around and light activities can be resumed even the night after surgery, but no lifting or exertion that elevates the heart rate should be done. 

Bleeding requiring emergency surgery can result from too much activity for the first few weeks. Full activity can be resumed at 6 weeks afterwards. You may drive as soon as you are not taking any narcotics (you can be arrested for a DUI even if you are prescribed the medications for surgery). After the first week, if you have smooth surfaced implants you will be shown how to move them around to help prevent scar tissue formation.

Complementary Plastic Surgery Procedures

An additional procedure that would enhance the results of a breast augmentation is a Breast Lift if the breasts are also saggy, a condition that is common after pregnancy, breast feeding, weight loss, or a result of the aging process.

Breast enlargement is considered cosmetic and therefore is not covered by insurance.

Breast Augmentation Before and After Results
Breast Augmentation Before and After Results

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Breast Augmentation Surgery Risks 

The specific risks and the suitability of breast enlargement can be determined only during your consultation with Scottsdale plastic surgeon Dr. White. All surgical procedures have some degree of risk, but major complications are unusual.

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Learn more about Breast Implant Plastic Surgery at the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery web site or the American Society of Plastic Surgeons web site.

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