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Placement Options for a Breast Implant in Sydney

Placement as an important factor to consider when getting a breast implant in Sydney

Are you interested in getting a breast implant in Sydney? As you may already know, there are a number of important factors that need to be considered when it comes to boob implants in Sydney one of which is “placement”. Choosing the right one is certainly important if only to help ensure the best possible results and it would certainly be best to learn all that you can about such options when discussing your needs with breast surgeon.

Implant placement options for breast enlargement in Sydney

Indeed placement is one of the factors that warrant careful consideration when it comes to breast enlargement in Sydney. There are generally 3 ways in which implants can be inserted unto a patient’s body during breast augmentation in Sydney – sub glandular position, sub muscular position and the “dual plane” position. Each position has its own pros and cons both of which will have to be carefully evaluated during the consultation process if only to determine what suits you best.

Let’s go ahead and take a look at the aforementioned placement options for a breast implant in Sydney:

Sub muscular breast augmentation

It’s the preferred method for many breast surgeons as it yields more natural looking results. Most patients would agree that it also feels a lot more natural. More importantly, this particular position of allows for more coverage and makes mammography a lot less complicated ultimately making it a lot easier to work with. Some surgeons also believe that the sub muscular position reduces the risk for capsular contracture although it remains to be a subject of much debate among breast surgeons.

Of course sub muscular breast augmentation is not without its share of disadvantages the most significant of which is “flexion distortion” or the abnormal movement of the breasts and chest muscle accompanying arm movement. Such effects can bother a lot of women as it is most apparent when wearing swim wear and other skimpy outfits. Also if capsular contracture does occur, sub muscular insertion of a breast implant can be a lot harder to correct compared to ones that were inserted in a sub glandular position (above the chest muscle).

Sub glandular breast augmentation

Yet another popular placement option for a breast implant in Sydney and one that comes with a number of advantages – it’s a lot less invasive and a more natural location for the insertion of a breast implant. Yet another significant advantage to the sub glandular position is that it’s a lot easier to get to which means any issues with regards to one’s breast implant can be easily corrected. Implants inserted with this method are a more efficient in terms of “lower pole filling” which makes it ideal for correcting congenital breast conditions such as tuberous breasts and unsightly breast sags.

Dual plane breast augmentation

A relatively new placement option for a breast implant in Sydney, dual plane breast augmentation is coined as such because the implants are made to fit into two positions – the front of the inferiorly muscle and directly behind the superiorly muscle. It is aimed at yielding the benefits of both sub glandular and sub muscular breast augmentation.

Perhaps the only significant disadvantage to dual plane breast augmentation is its complexity – it’s a lot more difficult to perform than either of its counterparts and a heck of a lot more expensive. Breast surgeons generally only perform such an operation as part of a reconstructive effort.

So there you have it – an overview on the 3 placement options for breast implants in Sydney.  Regardless of which method you ultimately opt for, it is vital that such decision be made in conjunction with all other factors – patient anatomy, desired results, health condition, known predispositions, etc.  In order to ensure the best possible results, the guidance of a highly qualified and reputable breast surgeon is certainly needed. That is something that you can certainly expect out of Dr Tavakoli and his team of board certified breast surgeons! Call us today on 1300 368 107 to arrange a consultation and learn everything you need to know about getting the perfect breast implant in Sydney!