Endoscopic breast augmentation is a surgical operation aimed at increasing the size and improving the shape of the breast with the help of implants, under the control of endoscopic technique
Endoscopic breast augmentation is carried out completely under the constant visual control, allowing to manipulate even in remote and inaccessible areas. In addition, the endoscope is used to help in creating a pocket for a breast implant and precise positioning of the implant.
Many patients prefer axillary incisions, as this avoids the scars on the breast and the cutting of breast tissue when placing breast implants.
When performing incisions in the axillary region, nerves and lymph nodes are not affected. The incision for endoscopic breast augmentation is not performed according to the actual breast tissue, eliminates the risk of damage to the milk ducts and minimizes the possibility of nerve damage.
Patients before the operation must undergo a full medical examination and consultation of specialists in our clinic.
Rehabilitation after endoscopic breast augmentation lasts for a very short time. In order to provide tissue relaxation and prevent possible displacement of the implant, a special elastic bra should be worn for 1-2 months. The final result after endoscopic enlargement is achieved after two to three months after the operation.
It is recommended to avoid any hard work or physical activity for several weeks after the operation, avoid driving until the pain from the seat belt ceases, which may take several weeks. In 2-3 weeks after the operation, it is possible to increase physical activity, performing simple exercises designed for the lower part of the body. The vast majority of edemas begin to subside.
Patients should know that their breasts can swell and become firm during the first menstruation of the postoperative period. Up to 6 months, there is a progressive relaxation of scar tissue. The chest as a whole becomes softer.
Despite the fact that the breast becomes stable in its new form, it is important to understand that the shape of the breast gland may fluctuate in response to hormonal changes, weight changes, pregnancy, the onset of menopause.