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Breast enlargement surgery: What you need to know?

Breast enlargement surgery: What you need to know?

Breast enlargement surgery is one of the most preferred plastic surgery around the globe. Plastic surgery clearly confirms the thesis that is ancient as the world: beauty requires sacrifice. But, these great sacrifices results highly depend on your surgeon’s skill and experience, and the high quality of materials used in the most sanitized hospital in the long term.We will tell you about when the risks are justified, and under what conditions it is better to refrain from surgery, what happens behind closed doors of the clinic and so on.

Breast enlargement: pros and cons

Until recently, plastic surgery was only available to a select few. Now it is more commonplace than exotic. In second place in demand among all plastic surgeries is breast enlargement and improvement of its shape.

In fact, if a woman is unhappy with her breasts size, there are no alternatives to surgery. All other popular methods to enlarge breasts simply do not work. Neither the advertised creams, nor the miracle remedies with phytoestrogens, which are full of advertisements on the Internet, are actually not able to affect breast size. Physical exercises will not deal with it either: the mammary gland itself does not have muscle tissue, and well-developed chest muscles can only slightly change its shape.

Indications for surgery

In general, indications for breast enlargement surgery with implants are reduced to the patient’s dissatisfaction with its size and shape. Because, technically, you can live with a complete absence of mammary glands. But if this creates discomfort and undermines self-esteem, plastic surgery will help, which determines such indications for breast enlargement:

  • Complaints due to uneven size and shape of the mammary glands.
  • Congenital malformations of the breast.
  • Breast reconstruction after removal of the gland due to a tumor or after trauma.
  • Changes after childbirth or age-related: ptosis (sagging breasts), “empty” breasts that have lost elasticity, etc.
  • Breast Implant replacement

Everything else is only a matter of attitude towards your body. You should get a consultation from medical healthcare professionals for your suitability.


Breast enlargement surgery is an operation that carries certain risks, therefore there are contraindications to its implementation. They are divided into two large groups: absolute and relative. Absolute contraindications mean that the operation is dangerous to health and even life. Among them:

  • Severe pathology of the cardiovascular system;
  • Exacerbation of chronic diseases;
  • Varicose veins;
  • Blood clotting;
  • Cancer;
  • Pregnancy.

Should you have further questions on the same, you may contact CK Health Turkey for more details.

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