Breast

5 Signs Your Breast Implants are Bottoming Out (and What to Do About It)

5 Signs Your Breast Implants are Bottoming Out (and What to Do About It)

Making the big decision to get breast implants is a huge deal for women. You have probably been skimming through multiple websites trying to figure out what you need to prepare before and after the procedure is done. Like many procedures, it is best to be on the lookout for possible signs and symptoms of any complications, whether minor or major. For example, one possible complication after getting breast implants is “bottoming out.” Today, we will discuss bottomed-out breast implants and how we prevent this breast augmentation complication at Aesthetica Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center!

I Bottomed-Out My Breast Implants - Here's What I Wish I Knew Beforehand

I Bottomed-Out My Breast Implants – Here’s What I Wish I Knew Beforehand

If you’re considering getting breast implants or have already had them placed, it’s important to be aware of the potential risks and complications. For example, one of the less-talked-about problems is bottoming out, where the implants sink lower than they should. It occurs when the implants drop lower than they should and can cause a host of problems, including pain, loss of nipple sensation, and an unnatural appearance.

Breast Augmentation Scars and Complications :  5 Things You Need to Know

Breast Augmentation Scars and Complications : 5 Things You Need to Know

Capsular contraction is one of the most common complications associated with breast augmentation and represents one of the most common reasons for revision surgery. This article reviews a study on how the Keller Funnel is an important tool in the prevention of capsular contracture and presents the 6 steps that your plastic surgeon should be using to prevent this complication.

Top Reasons Why Breast Augmentation Is Best Paired with Breast Lift

Top Reasons Why Breast Augmentation Is Best Paired with Breast Lift

Plastic surgery has always been a hot potato for most women. If you look into the media, almost everyone has had at least one encounter with a plastic surgeon; this is nothing to be ashamed of. For some women, it’s all about the fulness of their lips; for others, about signs of natural aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines. And for a majority of women, it’s about their breast size. So why not have a procedure that will finally give you a look you have wanted for such a long time?

Will Pregnancy Ruin My Boob Job?

Pregnancy changes many things in a woman’s body, including your breasts, so it’s only natural for you to be concerned about its effects on your breast augmentation. So, let’s talk about how pregnancy can affect your boob job.

Breasts After Breastfeeding: 3 Steps to Bounce Back

Breasts After Breastfeeding: 3 Steps to Bounce Back

Breasts can also lose some firmness during pregnancy and breastfeeding, especially if you’ve been pumping milk for your baby. All these changes can lead to sagging or drooping breasts.
But not to worry! There are always ways to get your breasts back to their pre-pregnancy shape!