Breast Augmentation (for Small Breast)
Inadequate breast volume can negatively interfere with a woman’s body image and social and sexual relationships. In recent years the central role of the body image and of the personal aesthetics has been growing in importance all over the world. The demand for breast enlargement has been constantly increasing, and augmentation has become the second most performed aesthetic operation after liposuction.
In many respects, breast augmentation is the defining procedure for the aesthetic breast surgeon and the ability to obtain outstanding results in a consistent fashion requires sound judgment, technical expertise and fastidious attention to detail. However, with experience comes the realization that developing this skill is harder than it might first appear to be. Perhaps the most significant reason for this relates to the tremendous variability that exists in the preoperative appearance of patients who present for breast enhancement.
The technique of autologous fat-graft injection to the breast is applied for the correction of breast asymmetry; of breast deformities; congenital defect correction” micro-mastia, and tuberous breast deformity, breast reconstruction: for post-mastectomy breast reconstruction (as a primary and as an adjunct technique; trauma-damaged tissues (blunt, penetrating), disease (breast cancer), explanation deformity (empty breast-implant socket).); for the improvement of soft-tissue coverage of breast implants and for the aesthetic enhancement of the bust.