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Breast Implant Scars

Breast Implant Scars

Scarring is one of the main worries our customers with breast-related plastic surgery have. Many patients worry that the scars from treatments like breast augmentation and breast lifts would be very obvious and unattractive. This is a legitimate worry since, since surgery involves making incisions in the skin, scarring is an unfortunate feature of the treatment. That being said though, there are things that the surgeon can do to help minimize scarring and there are things you can do, post-op, to help reduce the visible breast implant scars.

What Are The Types of Procedures Associated with Breast Implant Scars?

A small amount of scarring is a side effect of breast augmentation surgery. Breast augmentation, which most frequently involves the implantation of breast implants, will increase or restore the breast’s volume. Based on your unique cosmetic goals, there are numerous implant types, including silicone and saline, as well as a variety of forms and profiles, that produce the appropriate effects.

In some instances, the surgeon will lift the breast during the procedure to give it a more youthful appearance. Depending on the treatment you had, your individual breast implant scars will vary, but in every case, your surgeon will work to reduce the visibility of scars for the most attractive, natural result.

Will The Breast Implant Scars Go Away?

Unfortunately, the scar tissue will remain, although it will become less and less apparent over time. There are surgical alternatives available to assist lessen the appearance of the scars if you’re genuinely uncomfortable with how the incisions have healed.

In order to make the scar tissue less noticeable, laser treatments and scar revision techniques are intended to help it blend in with the surrounding skin. Although the scar won’t be entirely gone, it may help to hide it from plain sight.

There is no avoiding scarring; it is a normal component of the human body after an incision is made in the skin.

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