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Oct

Choosing the Right Size for Breast Implants

02 Nov 2020 Choosing the Right Size for Breast Implants
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Getting breast implants can help you to feel better about your self-image, especially if they have been impacted by surgery or cancer. However, you should never go overboard: instead, you need to focus on finding the perfect breast implant size for your body. If you’re worried about making them too big, then we have some tips to help you out.

 

Consider Your Frame Size

If you plan to get breast implants, then you need to consider the size of your frame. If you have a wider frame and chest, then you can get larger implants. However, if you have a slimmer frame, then you should look into implants that will work better for your shape. Otherwise, they may end up looking too big or unnatural on your body.

As you look into breast implants, you should talk with your doctor about different sizes and what would be best for you. This way, you can avoid making your implants too large, which could cause problems for you. Having this discussion with your doctor will allow you both to find a middle ground so you’ll be happy with your implants.

 

Practicality and Complementary

To go into further detail, you need to remember that choosing the correct breast implant size will have a significant effect on your body. If they’re too big for your body, then you will have more back pain, and they could make it more difficult for you to perform everyday tasks. Having large implants will also pose problems if you enjoy exercise or if your work involves physical labor.

While practicality matters when it comes to implants, you also need to pick a size that will complement your body type. Don’t misunderstand: you can get larger implants, but you should find ones that will look natural and good on your body. If you keep practicality and complementary sizes in mind, then you can avoid making your implants too big.

 

Material Matters

You may want a certain size or look for your implants, but you also need to consider the type of material that you will use. The two most common ones are saline and silicone, but they will each have their own restrictions that you need to consider when it involves the size of your implants.

These different materials will affect your augmentation and the size that you can get for your implants. You need to discuss your implants with your doctor to find sizes that are realistic for the material you want to use. This way, you can ensure that you pick an appropriate size for you.

Remember that there’s nothing wrong with getting breast implants to change your size. It’s just important to keep your frame in mind and ensure that you pick a size that will work for your body. Doing so will help you to find a size that you will be happy with while also avoiding any regrets if you made them too big.

 

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Oct

Breast Augmentation for New Mothers

26 Aug 2020 Breast Augmentation for New Mothers
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Becoming a mom brings about so many wonderful changes. In addition to finally meeting your baby, giving birth means that once cleared, you can start working towards your pre-baby figure.

And while a lot of new mommies get back into shape without a problem, there are many who have permanent physical changes from pregnancy. One area of the body that may change significantly is a woman’s breasts, especially if she breastfeeds.

If you’re considering breast augmentation but are still breastfeeding, here are some things you need to consider.

 

Change in Breast Size and Shape

When pregnant, it’s normal to gain weight. In fact, it’s necessary. However, pregnancy weight gain, combined with breastfeeding, can leave a woman’s breasts looking deflated. They may even hang lower than they did prior to conception.

The shape may also change. Perky breasts may take on a more oblong appearance, even with exercise and weight loss. For many women, the change in their breast contour can be upsetting and even make them feel less attractive.

 

How Breast Augmentation Can Help

Breast augmentation can restore a woman’s breasts back to their pre-baby size and shape. However, it’s important to wait until breastfeeding is discontinued. Breast augmentation is a major surgical procedure that requires a recovery period. It also means that breastfeeding is no longer recommended.

After you stop breastfeeding, it can take up to six months before you stop producing milk. Once this happens, your breasts will start to shrink. Having breast augmentation prior to this may result in undesirable results.

In addition, if you choose to have breast implants, there may be issues with scar healing and nipple sensitivity. Depending on the type of incision used, scar healing may be delayed, complicated or even painful if you continue to breastfeed. In fact, breastfeeding may be impossible again, depending on the placement of your incision.

Women who are planning on extending the family should also wait for any type of breast augmentation surgery. Since a woman’s breasts will again change with each subsequent pregnancy, it’s better to wait until your family is complete.

 

Seek Physician Advice

When it comes to breast augmentation, it is possible to breastfeed. However, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons and seek the assistance of an expert plastic surgeon. The most important thing is that you feel confident with your decision and understand the potential outcomes.

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19

Oct

What to Know When Preparing for a Breast Augmentation

23 Jun 2020 What to Know When Preparing for a Breast Augmentation
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When you are preparing for a breast augmentation procedure, you may have a lot of questions. One of your top concerns is likely to be about the incision placement. Here are the four methods that the surgeon will choose from for making your incisions and the pros and cons of each method.

Axillary

The axillary incision is under the armpit. It does not mar the breast, so it is ideal if you wear low-cut tops. If you enjoy wearing lingerie, this incision will not cause you any discomfort. The small incision is done close to the line where the axillary hair typically ends, so shaving your armpits won’t cause any extra pain. Since this area is usually hidden from the sun and not exposed when tanning, it is ideal for women who are conscious about scars. On the other hand, this incision is associated with more cases of malposition or capsular contracture.

Periareolar

This incision is around the areola. A surgeon usually makes the incision on the lower part where it is less noticeable. If you have a large areola, this is an ideal place for the incision. A big color difference between your areola and skin also makes an incision here almost impossible to see after healing is complete. Some studies have shown increased nipple sensitivity, difficulty with breastfeeding and a higher rate of capsular contracture for this method of incision.

Periumbilical

This type of incision is around or through the belly button. It can be done even if you have already had an incision in the area for a c-section delivery, hysterectomy, appendectomy or similar abdominal procedure. The incision is small, and it typically blends in with the natural crevices in the area. This incision style may also increase the risk of malposition or capsular contracture as demonstrated in a few small studies.

 

Inframammary Fold

The Inframammary fold incision style is under the breast where the fat of the breast meets the chest. This incision has a low complication rate, making it the place of choice for most surgeons. It also has a low-visibility scar. It rarely results in any sensitivity. However, the healing process with a scar in that location can be frustrating because the band of the bra typically goes across the same area of the body.

 

Choosing an Incision

The best incision style for you might be different from another woman, even if she is of the same build, weight and skin color and type. Your breast density, areola size and color, general sensitivity, lifestyle and personal preferences will play a role. Your choice of saline versus silicone implant will also factor in the type of incision used by your plastic surgeon.

 

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19

Oct

How A Breast Augmentation Changes Your Body

09 Jun 2020 How A Breast Augmentation Changes Your Body
Posted at 01:23h in Breast Augmentation 0 Likes

The decision as to whether to get a breast augmentation is a significant one. You need to know all the facts before making a decision. There are ways in which your body will change if you have this procedure and this article breaks down how a breast augmentation changes your body.

There is always a chance of suffering nerve damage as a result. In some cases, this damage is not reversible. When this happens, your nipples may not be as sensitive. This also applies to the entire breast surrounding the nipple.

 

Different Materials Cause Different Changes

The changes to your body are also dependent on the material used in your augmentation. According to Medical News Today, saline and silicone are the two materials most commonly used. Saline implants are generally made up of saltwater.

An elastic silicone shell holds the saltwater in your implant. The amount of saline solution in the implant makes a difference. The shape is dictated by the amount of saline solution present in the implant. The saline also affects how firm your breasts are and how they feel when touched.

Sometimes a saline implant will leak. However, if it does, the saltwater is simply absorbed back into your body. The water is then expelled in a natural way that you likely won’t even notice.

Silicone implants with gel require more maintenance after surgery. Holding the silicone gel in the implant is its outer shell. Just like the saltwater in a saline implant, the gel may also leak. In this case, the gel may be contained in the outer shell. If it isn’t, it will enter the pocket that holds your breast implant. While this can sometimes collapse the implant, other times it can be avoided.

The Durability of Breast Implants

The size of your breast augmentation determines how durable they will be over the years. As you age, it is natural for breasts to begin sagging. If your implants are overly large, you may find yourself facing this problem. Failure to wear a bra that offers proper support could result in your implants sinking. The loss of tissue over the years can also make it harder to support larger breast implants.

 

Even if you have implants, you may find yourself needing a breast lift. This is something that happens to women whether their breasts are implants or natural. The average breast implants are designed to last at least 10 years, but no more than 25.

Nursing a Baby After Breast Augmentation

Typically, you can nurse your baby even if you have had a breast augmentation. This is another case where a breast lift may be necessary after you are done nursing them. It is not unusual for breasts to lose some of their volume after you have finished nursing.

One thing to consider when making a decision about breast augmentation is that as large as your breasts are afterward, they will be even larger if you get pregnant. For some women, they become so large that it becomes uncomfortable.

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19

Oct

Choosing the Right Breast Implant for Your Augmentation Surgery

01 May 2020 Choosing the Right Breast Implant for Your Augmentation Surgery
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When considering breast augmentation surgery, there are several factors which you should take into account when choosing the right type of breast implant. There are materials, texture, size, shape, and projection.

Materials

The material options available to you include:

  • Saline Breast Implants – These are implants filled with sterling saline.
  •  Structured Saline Breast Implants – These are similar to saline implants, with the addition of an inner structure intended to make the implant feel more natural.
  • Silicone Breast Implants – These are implants filled with a silicone gel. These feel the most natural.
  • “Gummy Bear” Breast Implants – These are from stable implants that will retain their shape even if the implant shell is broken.

Texture

  • Smooth Breast Implants – These are the softest implants and can move within the breast pocket, creating a more natural movement post-surgery.
  • Textured Breast Implants – These implants create scar tissue within the breast pocket to make them less likely to move or reposition after surgery.

Size

The size of your implants will depend on the look that you wish to achieve, the size of your frame, and the shape and projection of the implant that you choose. It is best to discuss this with your surgeon, as your surgeon will be the one best versed in how to achieve the results that you desire. 

Shape

  • Form-stable Breast Implants – These implants have a distinct shape or form, often being fuller at the bottom of the breast than at the top for a more natural look. However, additional procedures might be required if the implant rotates after the initial placement.
  • Round Breast Implants – These implants are uniform in shape and offer a fuller look than some form-stable implants. They also have the additional advantage of not suffering from problems if the implant rotates after placement. 

Projection

  • Low Profile – This projection is recommended for patients with a wider frame. They have the least amount of forward projection.
  • Moderate Profile – This projection used to be the default prior to the development of different projections and is recommended for women with narrow chests.
  • Moderate Plus Profile – This projection that is recommended for women who want a little more fullness, yet don’t like the look of a high-profile implant.
  • High Profile – This projection allows women with smaller chests to achieve more forward projection while using a smaller-size implant so that there are no unnatural effects.

Be sure to review all of your options with your surgeon. Your surgeon can advise you on whether some of your preferences do not fit your body type or size. Your surgeon can also provide the most up-to-date knowledge of any concerns with materials. Being informed going into this appointment with your surgeon will go a long way in ensuring that you receive the results that you are seeking.

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Oct

5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Wait To Undergo Breast Augmentation

10 Mar 2020 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Wait To Undergo Breast Augmentation
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The purpose of breast augmentation is to increase breast size, shape, contour, and volume. Even if this is something you have been considering for a while, you may still be on the fence about actually taking any further steps. However, it’s often better for you on a personal level if you don’t wait to undergo breast augmentation. Here are five reasons why you shouldn’t wait to undergo breast augmentation surgery.

  1. Increasing Self-Confidence

Having breast augmentation sooner rather than later means you’ll feel more confident about your appearance. You may feel this reason isn’t too important, which is why some women end up putting off this type of surgery. However, breast augmentation provides a much-appreciated self-esteem boost for many women that’s psychologically beneficial, which can have a tremendous impact on the other aspects of your life. So, why wait?

  1. Restoring Your Pre-Pregnancy Figure

Some women experience a reduction in the size of their breasts after pregnancy. If this is what has you considering breast augmentation surgery, having this procedure done now can offer many pleasing benefits. One of the more common ones is the ability to enjoy a restored pre-pregnancy figure after you get past the breastfeeding stage. Ultimately, this can contribute to you feeling better about your overall post-pregnancy look.

  1. Undoing the Effects of Aging

Over time, breasts can lose their elasticity because of a reduction in the compounds that keep skin firm and tight. Other changes with skin texture and tone can also affect the size and volume of your breasts as well. Breast augmentation is a fantastic way to treat yourself to a more youthful appearance with breasts that have more volume and the desired appearance and shape.

  1. Restoring Your Sense of Self after a Mastectomy

Having one or both breasts removed or reduced in size because of breast cancer can have a significant impact on how you feel about yourself. A post-mastectomy breast augmentation can be done with either your own tissue or silicone implants to restore the previous shape, size, and volume of your breasts. It’s often possible for breast reconstruction can be combined with an augmentation procedure. This may be necessary if there is a need to restore breast tissue before performing an appropriate enhancement.

  1. Correcting Asymmetrical Breasts

All women have breasts that are asymmetrical to some extent. However, this unevenness can become a problem if the balance is off enough to make it difficult to fit into certain clothes or a bathing suit without feeling self-conscious or embarrassed. A breast augmentation is an excellent way to resolve this problem in a way that’s natural and in line with your figure and personal preferences.

A good way to get started with your breast augmentation plans is to schedule an initial consultation. This will give you a chance to ask questions and learn more about the immediate benefits you could enjoy by acting now instead of leaving your breast augmentation plans on the back burner. Take comfort in knowing most women are satisfied with the results of breast augmentation.

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Oct

Does Breast Augmentation Leave Visible Scars?

07 Jan 2020 Does Breast Augmentation Leave Visible Scars?
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Breast augmentation surgery can do wonders for a woman’s self confidence. However, as with any other surgical procedure, there are a number of issues that you’ll need to consider to help you decide whether breast augmentation is right for you. For many women, some of the most important questions concerns scarring—specifically, how extensive the  scarring will be, where the scars will be located and how visible they will be following the procedure. In order to answer these questions and give you piece of mind prior to your procedure, this guide will tell you everything you need to know about breast augmentation scars.

What Type of Scarring Can I Expect?

The first thing you need to know is that breast augmentation is a surgical procedure, and as with most any type of surgery, some amount of scarring is inevitable. Nonetheless, closely following your surgeon’s post-surgery instructions can go a long way towards lessening the scarring and making the scars much less visible. Moreover, there are additional steps you can also take to help minimize the appearance of the scars. These can include staying out of the sun and using sunscreen until fully healed, making sure to eat a healthy diet and drinking plenty of water in the weeks after your procedure and not smoking for a period of several weeks prior to and after your procedure.

The Location of Breast Augmentation Scars

Although there will definitely be some amount of scarring as a result of your procedure, breast augmentation surgeries are designed in such a way as to help make sure that the scars are mostly hidden. However, the actual location of the scars will depend on the specific incision technique that the surgeon uses to place the implants inside the breast pocket.

Currently, there are three primary incision techniques used in the vast majority of breast augmentation procedures. The most common technique is known as an inframammary procedure, which involves placing one small incision underneath the curve of each breast. As these incisions follow the natural curve of the breast, the resulting scars are mostly hidden underneath the breast itself. However, the size of your natural breasts and the size of your implants can affect just how visible or hidden these scars will be. Still, the fact that these scars will be located directly underneath the breast means that they can easily be covered up by a bra or bikini.

The periareloar incision is another common type of procedure, and one that has the potential to further lessen the visibility of breast augmentation scars. In this procedure, the surgeon makes a small semi-circular incision along the lower half of each areola. This means that the scars will be located directly on the areolas, which helps to make them even more hidden.

The third type of technique is known as the transaxillary incision. In this procedure, the incisions are placed inside each armpit instead of on or underneath the breast. As a result, this procedure leaves no visible scarring on the breast itself. However, this procedure is generally much less common than the other two as it can be more difficult to ensure that the implants are placed exactly where they should be.

The truth is that all types of breast augmentation surgery will leave behind some scarring. Nonetheless, the fact that these scars will be mostly or completely hidden means that scarring really isn’t something you need to worry about. Still, the specific location and overall visibility of the scars will depend on which type of incision is used. Therefore, it is important to discuss this in detail with your surgeon to ensure that the chosen procedure is right for you.

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Oct

Breast Augmentation Versus Breast Lift

07 Sep 2019 Breast Augmentation Versus Breast Lift

Many cosmetic procedures are used to enhance the breast tissue. Two of the most common procedures include a Breast Augmentation and a Breast Lift. Here we will detail the key features of both procedures as well as explain the main differences between the two.

Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is typically the recommended procedure for those who wish to increase their breast size. There are many pieces of information to consider when looking into this type of surgery. The placement of incision, implant size, as well as the type of implant, are all things that should be considered before surgery. There are 3 main places where an incision will be placed: either the armpit, the fold of the breast, or around the nipple. In terms of implant size, it is mostly up to the patient, however, it is recommended not to go up more than 2 cup sizes. There are two types of breast implants which include silicone and saline. Saline implants are cheaper, however Silicone is more popular to their more natural look and feel.  There are also others factors to consider which should be discussed during your consultation. Everything is dependent on the patient’s preference.

Breast Lift

A breast lift is a procedure that is best used to fix drooping and involves reshaping the breast tissue. Typically older women need this surgery due to the natural effects of aging. This is a very common procedure and is very effective at restoring confidence to patients who are dissatisfied with changes in the appearance of their breasts. In general, there are 3 types of approaches to a breast lift: periareolar, reduction, and an inverted T-shape. More often than not, a surgeon will use the inverted T-incision because it allows for the maximum breast lift.

Which one is right for you?

The type of procedure you should get is highly dependent on your needs and desires for your breasts. It is important to understand the differences between the procedures. Breast augmentation is intended to increase the size and shape of the breasts, but it will not lift the breasts or fix any previous drooping. On the other hand, a breast lift does a great job at fixing drooping and provides a more lifted appearance. However, the breast size will increase very little if none at all. Often, these two procedures are carried out together to obtain the desired look. Overall, regardless of the type of procedure you decide upon, make sure that your surgeon is board-certified and specializes in breast surgery.

 

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19

Oct

3 Reasons to Consider Breast Augmentation in 2019

16 May 2019 3 Reasons to Consider Breast Augmentation in 2019
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A breast augmentation improves breast shape, profile, and increases volume with the use of implants. Neaman Plastic Surgery specializes in breast augmentation procedures, working with each patient to customize results. Whether you’re looking for a subtle enhancement or want a significant change as we enter swimsuit season, choosing the right plastic surgeon for your breast augmentation needs is critical.

You deserve a plastic surgeon in Oregon who combines the latest techniques and technology with years of experience. Dr. Keith Neaman, a plastic surgeon in Salem, Oregon, prioritizes patient satisfaction and safety with every breast augmentation procedure.

If you’ve been thinking about consulting with a Salem, Oregon plastic surgeon for breast augmentation, here are a few reasons to schedule your consultation now:

1. You can combine breast augmentation with a breast lift. Many women want more volume and lift. A breast augmentation with implants increases volume, but doesn’t necessarily provide the lift you want if you’ve experienced sagging tissue from weight fluctuations, breastfeeding, or aging. Find out more about which procedure(s) is best for your goals during your consultation.

2. You have more choices than ever. With more choice comes more personalization. Silicone, saline, and “gummy bear” implants are different types available in a variety of shapes such as round, smooth, and textured.

3. Incision scars are more easily hidden. The “lollipop” or anchor incision is still very common, but some patients may qualify for breast augmentation surgeries with subtler incisions. This can include completely hiding the incision in the fold of the breast or even getting access via the armpits. However, no matter the type of incision, a highly qualified plastic surgeon in Oregon can ensure these thin scars are easily hidden.

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Breast augmentation can restore lost volume, give you the volume you never had, and increase self-confidence just in time for bikini and tank top season. Schedule your consultation with Dr. Keith Neaman, Salem, Oregon’s plastic surgeon at Neaman Plastic Surgery today.

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Oct

A Mommy Makeover for Mother’s Day

07 May 2019 A Mommy Makeover for Mother’s Day

You’re absolutely head over heels for your baby (even if they’re far from a baby now), but maybe not as much for your post-baby body. Neaman Plastic Surgery offers customized “mommy makeovers,” which combine different surgeries with the ultimate goal of helping women get back their pre-baby bodies. It’s the perfect Mother’s Day treat, because no matter what celebrity moms might say, the miracle of childbirth isn’t followed by magically looking like it never happened.

It’s almost guaranteed that post-partum bodies will include new pockets of fat that stubbornly resist diet and exercise, sagging skin, and lost breast volume coupled with unprecedented loose skin. From nipples that now point downward to feeling like you can’t confidently wear a bikini, mom bodies are still beautiful, but they can sometimes affect your self-esteem.

There is no one size fits all mommy makeover, just like there’s no single type of mom. That is why mommy makeovers include a combination of procedures that are personalized to you based on your goals. Common mommy makeover procedures may include:

Tummy tuck. Tummy tucks remove excess skin from the tummy area. It is usually combined with liposuction for added contouring and removing of stubborn fat.

Breast augmentation. Restore lost volume to the breasts with implants. A breast lift can be combined with a breast augmentation to reduce sag and permanently remove loose skin.

Liposuction. Moms don’t only gain weight in their bellies and breasts while pregnant. If you’ve noticed unwanted fat that refuses to budge anywhere on your body, it can be permanently removed with liposuction.

Body Lift. Body lifts are like tummy tucks, but go all the way around. It’s a procedure that removes excess skin from the tummy, sides, and back. It is often used in conjunction with liposuction and sometimes a butt lift.

Schedule a Consultation with Neaman Plastic Surgery Today!

Being a mom is definitely the most challenging job of all, and every mom could use a little help. If you’re looking to make this the best Mother’s Day ever, consider treating the mom in your life (or treating yourself) to a mommy makeover. Schedule your consultation with Neaman Plastic Surgery by calling 844-338-5445.

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