Skilled surgeons can guide you towards beautiful results that complement your frame. When searching for one, look for those who possess extensive training in cosmetic surgery, operate in accredited surgical suites, and can show their clients have experienced positive outcomes from previous procedures.

Surgeons with advanced skills tend to charge more, as their expertise can translate to higher patient satisfaction rates and longer-term results. It is important to include anesthesiologist fees as well as facility costs in their costs when making this determination.


Breast implants come in many shapes and sizes. Your surgeon will work closely with you to select one that best meets the needs of both your body and lifestyle.

After surgery, some women may experience blood leakage around their implant that needs to be corrected surgically. This complication may be reduced if their surgeon uses special implants with smooth surfaces that reduce capsular contracture risk.

Though most procedures take place at outpatient surgery centers, you will probably require time at home to heal afterward. To speed up recovery time it is essential that you follow any postoperative instructions from your physician – including wearing a support bra and refraining from strenuous activity.

Breast augmentation surgery does not stop the natural aging process, meaning your breasts will continue to evolve with time due to gravity, breastfeeding or weight fluctuations. Many patients opt for additional procedures after initial surgeries in order to make necessary modifications such as increasing or decreasing size or position of their breasts.


People usually opt for breast implants because they desire a change in their appearance, hoping this can boost their self-esteem and build their confidence, leading them to become more assertive in life and take on new challenges while forging stronger relationships with others.

Shape of an implant has an immense effect on its results. Your surgeon will assess your body size to select an implant size best suited to you. Once chosen, you can select from various projection types (how rounded or pointed your breasts appear when seen from the side) and either smooth or textured surfaces for your implant; texturised implants have small bumps on them which may help reduce capsular contracture risk following breast augmentation surgery.


After your procedure, if you experience pain in the breast or armpit area or experience any significant changes to your chest size, immediately inform your surgeon as this could indicate ruptured implants or infection.

Implant Type

Breast implants come in various shapes, sizes and textures and can either be filled with saline or silicone gel for ease of insertion through incisions in the areola, armpit or transumbilical location. Your plastic surgeon can assist in selecting which implant type will best meet your needs.

After your procedure, you must follow a recovery plan which may include wearing a compression bra and taking prescription painkillers. If non-dissolving sutures were used during your surgery, follow-up appointments will need to be scheduled in order for their removal.

Breast augmentation North Bay results can last a lifetime, though they may change during your lifetime due to pregnancy, weight fluctuations and menopause. You may decide at some point in the future to have them removed or repaired due to ruptured implants; some women who have had either saline or silicone breast implants develop breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), an immune-system cancer which causes swelling, lumps and pain around their implants.


No matter which implant type or size is selected, recovery from breast augmentation may require time and planning ahead is key to its success. It’s essential to fully comprehend this process and plan for it accordingly.

Once you leave the hospital, someone must drive you home and remain with you for some time as anesthesia may impair your judgment.

As part of your preparations to stay comfortable during an illness or disability, we suggest having books, movies, music and snacks handy as distractions. Also be sure to have an area for resting or sleeping such as a recliner or sofa available for relaxation and sleeping purposes.


Within three weeks, most patients can return to their usual activities; however, we recommend waiting three weeks before engaging in high-impact or upper body exercises such as running or using an elliptical machine (unless approved by our surgeon ). This is because breasts may undergo natural shifts known as “dropping,” “settling,” and fluffing that could make implants appear unbalanced or unevenly distributed.