Breast Augmentation Package in Turkey 2023
Breast augmentation surgery, also known as breast enlargement or breast implant surgery, is a popular procedure for women looking to increase the size and fullness of their breasts. Turkey has become a popular destination for breast augmentation surgery due to the high level of skill and expertise of the surgeons, the use of advanced technology, and the affordability of the procedure. Many women choose to have their breast augmentation surgery in Turkey because they can get the procedure done at a fraction of the cost compared to other countries while still receiving high-quality care. Additionally, the clinics and hospitals in Turkey are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and staffed by experienced and qualified medical professionals. So, if you’re looking to enhance your figure and boost your self-confidence, consider having your breast augmentation surgery in Turkey.
Breast Augmentation Package
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The size of implants you choose depends on a number of factors, including your ultimate appearance goals and your individual frame. Just as the same bra or even a T-shirt may fit different individuals completely differently according to their chest size and shape, the same size implant may look completely different from patient to patient. During the consultation the implant size and placement will be carefully chosen to fit each patient individually.
There are several types of breast implants available in Turkey today. These include silicone breast implants, saline breast implants, gummy bear breast implants, and fat transfer breast augmentation.
Silicone breast implants are made of a silicone gel and are available in various shapes and sizes. They are considered to have a more natural look and feel compared to saline implants. They are also less likely to ripple or wrinkle.
Fat transfer breast augmentation is a procedure that involves using liposuction to remove fat from one area of the body and then re-injecting it into the breasts. This procedure is less invasive than traditional breast augmentation and has a shorter recovery time.
The recovery time after breast augmentation surgery can vary depending on the individual patient and the specific technique used during the procedure. However, in general, most patients are able to return to work and normal activities within 2-4 weeks after the surgery.
In the long term, breast implants are unlikely to affect range of motion, muscle strength or other physical abilities.
The decision to have a procedure is a personal one. There is never a “right” or a “wrong” time. A woman may enjoy the results of an augmentation prior to her decision to have a family. Breast augmentation will be unlikely to change the ability to breastfeed a baby. However, there is a slight risk that sensation could decrease following augmentation and may possibly interfere with the reflexes required for breastfeeding.
Breasts, whether they are augmented or not, will often lose volume and fall after the increase and subsequent decrease in size after childbirth and breast feeding. This volume loss may occur due to natural hormonal changes and may occur whether or not a woman actually breastfeeds her baby.
Breast implants may interfere with mammography readings in some patients, primarily those that have implants which are placed subglandularly (above the muscle). However, this obstruction is greatly reduced with submuscular implants (behind the muscle). This is a very important issue for a woman with a strong family history of breast cancer.
Breast implants do not need to be replaced after 10 years or any other specific time period. Although the exact source of this statement is uncertain, this is a myth possibly related to the fact that some models of older implants carried warranties which lasted only 10 years.
Silicone breast implants have been used for breast augmentation and reconstruction for many decades, and they have been extensively studied by scientists and medical experts. So, silicone breast implants are considered to be relatively safe procedures.
Silicone breast implants have been linked to several complications and risks, including rupture, capsular contracture, and changes in breast sensation. However, these risks are considered rare and most women who have silicone breast implants do not experience any problems.
The chance of losing nipple sensation, or sensitivity, after breast augmentation is present but it is quite low. Overall, the chance of losing sensation in one or the other nipple is several percent.
The scarring after breast augmentation is usually minimal and well hidden. Breast augmentation surgery typically involves making incisions to create a pocket for the implant.
The location and size of the incision will depend on the type of implant being used, the size of the implant, and the patient’s individual anatomy. The most common incision sites for breast augmentation are around the areola, under the breast, in the armpit, or through the navel.
After the surgery, the incision will be closed with sutures, which will be removed in about a week after the surgery. The incision site will leave a scar that will be visible but it will fade over time and it will be hidden in the natural crease of the breast or in the pigmented area of the areola.
It’s important to note that the scarring can vary depending on the individual’s healing process and the incision site chosen by the surgeon. The scarring can take up to a year to fade and get less visible, but it will be hidden in the natural crease of the breast or in the pigmented area of the areola.
It is possible to have additional breast implant revision surgery in the future if you are not satisfied with the results of your breast augmentation surgery. However, it is important to have realistic expectations about the surgery and to understand that there may be limitations to what can be achieved with additional surgery.
It’s also important to be patient and to wait for the final results of the surgery, as it can take several months for the swelling to subside and for the implants to settle into their final position. In some cases, patients may be unhappy with the results because of unrealistic expectations.
No, you do not need to make a down payment before coming to Turkey for breast uplift surgery. Many clinics and hospitals in Turkey offer flexible payment options and allow patients to pay for their surgery directly at the medical facility.
Yes, most doctors and medical staff in Turkey can speak English. Turkey has a well-developed medical tourism industry and many clinics and hospitals have international patient departments that are staffed by English-speaking personnel. The medical staff in these facilities are experienced in working with international patients and are able to communicate effectively in English. Additionally, some facilities also offer in-house translators who can speak different languages to ensure that patients are able to communicate effectively with their medical team. This means that regardless of your native language, you can expect to be able to communicate with your medical team in Turkey without difficulty.