Anatomy Effects On Breast Enlargement Results

In this vlog, we discuss how a patient’s anatomy can affect their breast enlargement results. When a patient goes through a breast enhancement operation, there are several anatomical factors that can determine the results of the breast enhancement procedure. There are suggestions that the same implant sizes and shapes will provide consistent results for every patient, which isn’t the case.

The anatomical differences that can have an affect include back size, chest wall asymmetry, excess skin and gap size in the chest region. Throughout the video, there are several case studies that show differing breast augmentation results because of the anatomical differences that the patients have. The examples that are provided in the video explores different situations where anatomical differences are presented of the patients.

Breast augmentation advice is also provided on how to go about making sure that you get the results that you wish. On occasions, considerations such as nipple size and position can be different on breasts and so different implants may be required for the breast enlargement results to appear symmetrical. The video outlines more details about how patients can use their consultation to compare their body types with previous patients who have had similar procedures. This can determine what would be the best procedure to gain the best results for the patient.

If you’d like more information on breast augmentation surgery then you can get in touch by contacting us here or by calling 0161 401 4064. You can also visit our breast augmentation case study page to see more examples of results from our performed treatments.

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