BREAST - Augmentation
Many women with small or asymmetric breasts come to our practice considering breast augmentation in Korea. Implants can increase the size of your breasts and create a fuller and more balanced figure. There are many different types and designs of implants, and our breast enhancement specialists will help you choose the right option for your goals. Breast augmentation is an outpatient procedure and requires only a limited time away from work. Our plastic surgeons understand that every case is different and strive to give each patient a unique, one-of-a-kind experience. We have extensive experience with this procedure, have board-certified anesthesiologists on staff, and perform surgeries in our fully accredited facility. To learn more about breast augmentation,
Breast Augmentation ProcedureThe first step toward enhancing the appearance of your breasts is to visit us for a consultation at our office nearby Sinsa Station. Our breast augmentation doctors are extensively trained and experienced in helping women feel satisfied about the look of their breasts. In fact, Dr. Park has been invited to contribute professional presentations on breast enhancement and other plastic surgery topics at conferences.
We offer various types of breast implants as well as
different options for incision placement including:
??Both saline and silicone gel implants
??Different choices for incision location
-under the breast where it meets the chest wall, or at the edge of the areola or arm pit with endoscopy assistance.
??Different shapes of implant surface
-smooth or textured.
??2 Placement options
-above or below the muscle Breast augmentation is performed at our outpatient surgical facility.
The procedure is about an hour long and you will be placed under general anesthesia so you can sleep comfortably through the surgery. If heavy scarring is a concern to you, fear not, for all of your incisions will be carefully closed with stitches placed beneath the skin so there is no chance of having "railroad track" marks, but instead, very fine scars. All of your incisions will be carefully closed with stitches placed beneath the skin in order to minimize scarring. The sutures will not have to be removed; they will completely dissolve. The average recovery time is about 3 to 5 days before returning to work or any social activity. Swelling and bruising can last about 3 to 10 days. Exercise should not be resumed immediately; patients should wait about a week until they are cleared by their surgeon.