Breast Augmentation | Dr. Yavuz Ozsular

Breast Augmentation

Operation Period
1 Hour
15 Days
Hospital Stay
1 Night
Dressing Period
5 Days
3-4 Weeks

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure that gives you bigger and fuller breasts by altering their shape, size, and volume. We use only well-known and reliable FDA-approved silicone implants for this surgery.

Why Do Some Women Need Breast Augmentation?

Many women want breast augmentation because they feel that breasts are too small, unpleasing to the eye, and lack form, vitality, and volume. All of the above can be caused by:

  • Underdeveloped breast tissue during adolescence
  • Rapid and sudden hormonal changes
  • Getting older
  • Loss of form after pregnancy/breastfeeding.

We aim to give you new breasts that suit your body, based on your requests and expectations.

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    During your pre-operative examination, Dr. Ozsular will examine the size of your breasts in proportion to your body, breast clavicle distance, breast circumference, height, weight, and shoulder width, alongside your physique to decide what will best suit you. He will make a detailed planning after deciding on the surgery.

    There are four main decision stages regarding your implant:

    1. Location plan
    2. Size
    3. Shape
    4. Site of incision

    For implants, there are two location plans: submuscular tissue, supramuscular tissue, or the dual plan. The structure of your pectoral muscles, professional sports life, and age will all dictate the final decision.

    If you’re already a professional sportsman and have sufficient breast tissue, then we prefer to place the implant in supramuscular plan.

    If you have insufficient breast tissue, then we prefer to use the submuscular plan. This plan tends to look more natural and hides your implant better.

    Another frequently preferred one is the dual plan – in which we remove muscle fibers from the middle of your breast and place them under your breast without cutting everything. This lifts your breasts up slightly – according to a full submuscular plan.

    Factors needing to consider when deciding the size of your implant include your height, weight, age, size of rib cage, waist width, hip width, and breast-clavicle distance. All of these will dictate your implant size range. For example, some patients need a 150 -250cc-sized implant, others may need a 200 -300cc-sized implant – depending on their body type. You are ensured to look at examples first to get an idea of what you want. We’ll use photographs and simulation to give you a preview of what you may look like.

    Next, we’ll need to decide the shape of your implant. There are two types: round and drop (anatomical). Here, your our expectations are matter.

    Round implants are used if you want your decollete to stand out, you want full breasts on your upper pole– either without wearing a bra or you’re wearing a bikini, or when you’ve got open-collar clothes on.

    Drop implants are used if you want natural breasts (as though you never had surgery), and don’t look overly full when naked.

    The incision site is the final decision stage. Ideally, it would be hidden beneath your breast fold – this, moreover, is the most widely used method. It makes it easier to place your implant, and the scare is barely detectable because it’ll be hidden beneath your bra and/or bikini.

    If we decide to cut under your armpit, then your scar will remain there too. This technique is used for submuscular implants only, and when the scar isn’t too large.

    Regarding the incisions opened from the nipple, the scar is left under the areola. The implant shouldn’t be too large for you. By using new methods, implant does not prevent breastfeeding because the mammary glands are preserved. However, this surgery still isn’t recommended for women who are thinking about becoming pregnant.

    Doctors prefer to make the incision mostly beneath the fold under the breast.

    Before undergoing the surgery, you need to be in full agreement as well as in full communication with your doctor. You need to be ready yourself both physically and psychologically and feel as comfortable as possible.

    Before the surgery, an ultrasonography or mammography should be taken according to your age and your blood values should be controlled.

    If you smoke, you should quit beforehand. Also, Dr. Ozsular may tell you to temporarily stop using certain medications – in which case you should do so.

    If you take aspirin or any form of anticoagulant, tell Dr. Ozsular and continue only if he tells you to do so.

    Try to reduce how much salt you consume as well a few days before the surgery. This will reduce your risk of developing edema.

    You are allowed to eat as well as drink water until 00:00 (12 AM) the night before your surgery. Since the surgery will be conducted with general anesthesia, you will need to fast for at least six hours prior to the procedure. (If you forget to do so, your surgery may be postponed or canceled.)

    Don’t put on make-up.

    Don’t wear nail polish or enamel.

    Don’t wear wigs. Don’t wear any jewelry (including piercings) – your body should be free of metal.

    Also, don’t forget to put together an overnight bag – including loose clothes (preferably with zippers/buttons)– before you come in for the surgery. You also should wear comfortable sneakers.

    On the morning of the surgery, you will be taken to your room to rest. Your final preparations for the surgery will be conducted. Dr. Ozsular and his assistant will come and visit you.

    The doctor will begin operating on your breasts as soon as you’re placed under general anesthesia.

    Photographs are taken at the end of the operation, local anesthesia is applied, and your dressing is done. Then, your special protective bra is worn and you are slowly awakened. Nerve blockade applied via local anesthesia allows you to wake up comfortably, without any pain.

    You may feel dizzy for the first few hours after the surgery upon return to your room – this is caused by the effect of anesthesia. You’ll be able to eat a warm light soup 3-4 hours after the surgery.

    You may develop slight ecchymosis and edema depending on how your body reacts to the trauma – this is normal and temporary.

    During your stay in hospital afterwards, you’ll be given strong analgesics so that you don’t feel stiff or any discomfort. You’ll be prescribed analgesics to keep you feeling comfortable for the next two or three days after you’ve been discharged.

    If you have a drain, it’ll get removed either the following day, or the day after that.

    You’ll need to rest for the first five days. You may have trouble sitting, standing, and walking. You are not allowed to lift anything heavy, reach for high shelves, or run and you must protect your new breast from any impact. Although it is an interesting and exciting process, you shouldn’t take your special bra off.

    Don’t forget to take your medications as they’ve been prescribed to you.

    Your first control will take place 3 to 5 days after the surgery.

    You’ll be able to go for slow walks, return to work, and return back to your normal life a week later – provide you avoid doing any heavy labor.

    Wait 2 months before you exercise or do heavier sports (swimming, diving skiing, etc.)

    You’ll need to continue to wear the bra for 4 - 6 weeks after the surgery.

    You must be at least 18 years old. Beyond that, there is surgically no age limit. However, we don’t recommend you to undergo the surgery after 60.

    You also mustn’t be pregnant or breastfeeding.

    As the incision is made beneath breast, no contact is made with your mammary glands or lactiferous ducts. In other words, this surgery won’t influence your ability to breastfeed in the future.

    Yes, after the breast implant is placed during the operation, fats taken from the abdomen, inner leg, hip, love handle, or butt via liposuction are accumulated in a closed and sterile environment, and then, they are purified by special processes. Then, they are transferred to the breasts by using a sterile injector. There are plenty of stem cells in the transferred fat, so it will increase the tissue quality, vitality, and volume in the transfer area. 40-60% of this fat will remain in the body and the remaining part will melt.

    This procedure is done on those who:

    • Have asymmetric breasts
    • Want fuller breasts but for whom large implants are not an option
    • Want to minimize others to recognize the silicone
    • Desire a more natural appearance with drop implant and want to fill in the upper pole with the fat tissue.

    You’ll have more natural looking breasts and have rid yourself of unwanted fat at the same time.

    Our patients frequently ask us this. They may want to correct other parts of their body esthetically all in one shot and wake up beautiful since they are already anesthetized and a one-week rest period is arranged for the post-operative period.

    In short, the answer is yes, you can have more than one surgery done at the same time. However, Dr. Ozsular will examine you first and make decision based on your blood values, age, the overall condition of your health, and why you want more than one surgery at once.

    If he sees no problems, he may carry out more than one procedure.

    We only use new generation implants, and most last as long as you do and come with a lifetime warranty.

    If you want to change your implant’s size, we can help you do so later on.

    Silicone implant is a non-allergic and neutral material that the body takes to well. Most people can use silicone implants for many years without experiencing any problem. We can, of course, say this for well-known, reliable and certified brands that include a warranty.

    Although rare, capsule formation can occur. Numerous researches have been done on why this happens. The general conclusion is that it is caused by the compression (more than normal) of inner tissues as they recover. Alas, it is not dangerous, and can be treated depending on its severity degree. There are four degrees of severity:

    • First degree: No symptoms; your breast is still natural and soft.
    • Second degree: You have mild symptoms; your breast looks natural but feels slightly hard when touched.
    • Third degree: Your breast appears deformed and rough.
    • Fourth degree: Your breast appears deformed and rough, and it causes you pain when touched.

    Still, this problem is very rare. Should it occur however, Dr. Ozsular will examine you, decide how severe the contracture is, and treat it accordingly. Sometimes it is enough to follow up the issue; other times, the doctor removes the capsule, cleans the area out, and inserts a new implant.

    That above said, please keep the following in mind to keep the severity of this rare condition at bay:

    • Consult with an experienced surgeon
    • Go for a health screening before the surgery,
    • Use correct implants that fit your size
    • Use reliable and guaranteed implants containing a gel-like texture
    • Ensure that the implant gets placed beneath your muscle
    • Massage your breasts according to doctor’s orders

    Breast implants are materials that give you the breasts you desire. If you prefer implants that are of high quality, recognized, reliable, certified, and feature a warranty, then you won’t have any problems. They are smooth, not rough, and don’t contain any allergens. They also won’t rupture upon impact or pressure.

    Be sure to have your surgery done at well-equipped, sterile hospitals by specialist doctors whose got experience. Failure to do so can lead to adverse results. Your body may develop an allergic reaction to the implant, swell, itch, and become inflamed

    In short, select your doctor, material, and hospital wisely!

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