Breast Enlargement

Breast augmentation surgery, also mentioned as breast augmentation or boob job

Breast
Augmentation

Breast enlargement surgery, also mentioned as breast augmentation or boob job.

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Results Before & After Treatment

Disclaimer notice: All results and benefits differ for each individual, pictures and text are posted with person’s consent before and after the treatment.

Anna M.

“Dr Joffily…what a character! I decided to undergo my surgery with Dr Joffily after having a few consultations with other clinics who wanted a much larger sum of money and didn’t know if they would even get the results that I wanted. Unlike some of the other surgeons, Dr Joffily didn’t make me feel bad about myself and was very comfortable to be around, he was very lovely. The clinic was top notch and the staff made the visit. My results are amazing and I couldn’t be happier, I’ll definitely be going back to Dr Joffily for any future surgeries. I can’t recommend him enough. Thanks to all the team!”

5 Stars Review
5/5
Questions & Answers

Breast augmentation involves the improvement of appearance & enlargement of your breasts. The operation involves the insertion of an implant which consists of soft or cohesive gel, silicone contained in a silicone bag. The implants are placed either behind or in front of the pectoralis major muscle which lies under the breast itself. 

In most of the cases the implants are placed in between the mammary gland and the muscle. Only in a few situations, like lack of enough breast tissue to cover the implants, the implants will then go under the muscle, this is to offer some coverage and disguise better the implants.

It should not interfere with the diagnosis or treatment of any future breast disease, and there is no relation with silicone implants and breast cancer.

Breast enhancement does not interfere with breastfeeding and in most cases does not interfere with nipple sensation.

This is one of the most frequently asked questions by women considering this surgery. Many studies have shown that women who get implants are not at an increased risk for getting breast cancer. In addition, implants do not delay the detection of breast cancer. Numerous studies, as well as evidence from the National Cancer Institute, show that having implants does not hinder the patient or their physician in finding breast tumours. Finally, breast implant patients who do get breast cancer have the same chance of obtaining remission, or being free of cancer for 5 years, as women without implants.

You should avoid stretching, strenuous exercise and heavy lifting for up to 6 weeks after the operation. Stitches are removed after 7 days and the dressing is changed. Our surgeons recommend wearing a sports bra 24 hours a day for up to three months after BA.

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