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Breast augmentation

by the experts

Experience excellence and discover a better, sexier version of you.

Contact Best Breast Implants Perth, and we will show you how.

Breast augmentation by the experts

Experience excellence and discover a better, sexier version of you.

Contact Best Breast Implants Perth, and we will show you how.

Breast augmentation

by the experts

Experience excellence and discover a better, sexier version of you.

Contact Best Breast Implants Perth, and we will show you how.

Why undergo breast augmentation?

There are a lot of reasons why people undergo breast augmentation. Some undergo breast augmentation to repair or reshape their chests after surviving an accident that damaged their breasts. Some sought normalcy after undergoing treatment from a debilitating disease like breast cancer. And some use it as a way to improve their physical appearance, since they may be dissatisfied with how big their breasts are. Whatever their reason may be, it all boils down to one primary goal, and that is to feel good about themselves – to be confident and boost their self-esteem in order to interact with others more freely and lively than before.

Let Best Breast Implants Perth help you in achieving all these and more.

Why undergo breast augmentation?

There are a lot of reasons why people undergo breast augmentation. Some undergo breast augmentation to repair or reshape their chests after surviving an accident that damaged their breasts. Some sought normalcy after undergoing treatment from a debilitating disease like breast cancer. And some use it as a way to improve their physical appearance, since they may be dissatisfied with how big their breasts are. Whatever their reason may be, it all boils down to one primary goal, and that is to feel good about themselves – to be confident and boost their self-esteem in order to interact with others more freely and lively than before.

Let Best Breast Implants Perth help you in achieving all these and more.

Classification of Breast Implants

Based on size

Your plastic surgeon determines the right size of breast implants to use depending on your body build. As a basic rule, the implant should fit the breast, not the other way around. Requesting for enhancement or enlargement of the breasts that is more than what is proportioned to the body would have complications in the long run.

Based on filling

You can choose between saline implants filled with sterile salt water or silicone implants filled with silicone gel. Saline implants are easier to insert, and some patients prefer it because they believe it is safer to use even when it leaks as the filling gets absorbed by the body. Silicone is firmer, resembling the feel of natural breasts.   Both implants have their own pros and cons, so you can let your plastic surgeon guide you in choosing what suits your needs best.

Based on shape

Round implants are the traditional implants that increase the size of both the upper and lower bases of the breasts, showing off your breast cleavage better. Teardrop or anatomical implants resembles the shape of the breasts and subtly increases the lower base of the breast, creating a more natural look to your breast augmentation.

Classification of Breast Implants

Based on size

Your plastic surgeon determines the right size of breast implants to use depending on your body build. As a basic rule, the implant should fit the breast, not the other way around. Requesting for enhancement or enlargement of the breasts that is more than what is proportioned to the body would have complications in the long run.

Based on filling

You can choose between saline implants filled with sterile salt water or silicone implants filled with silicone gel. Saline implants are easier to insert, and some patients prefer it because they believe it is safer to use even when it leaks as the filling gets absorbed by the body. Silicone is firmer, resembling the feel of natural breasts.   Both implants have their own pros and cons, so you can let your plastic surgeon guide you in choosing what suits your needs best.

Based on shape

Round implants are the traditional implants that increase the size of both the upper and lower bases of the breasts, showing off your breast cleavage better. Teardrop or anatomical implants resembles the shape of the breasts and subtly increases the lower base of the breast, creating a more natural look to your breast augmentation.

About Us

Through the years, Best Breast Implants Perth has helped women of any age to become more confident and satisfied with their breasts and body image through breast augmentation procedures. Our plastic surgeons and specialists are all willing and committed to helping you achieve the look you have been dreaming of. Start making smart life decisions and choose Best Breast Implants Perth to be your beauty partner.

About Us

Through the years, Best Breast Implants Perth has helped women of any age to become more confident and satisfied with their breasts and body image through breast augmentation procedures. Our plastic surgeons and specialists are all willing and committed to helping you achieve the look you have been dreaming of. Start making smart life decisions and choose Best Breast Implants Perth to be your beauty partner.

Breast Implants Placements:

Under or over the muscle 

Placement of breast implants plays a huge role in making sure that they look as natural as possible. This gave rise to the option of placing the implants under the muscle (submuscular) or over the muscle (subglandular). They both have their own share of positives and negatives; for one, submuscular makes your breast enhancement look more natural since the implant itself is underneath the muscle. On the other hand, subglandular is easier, faster, and safer to perform since manipulation of the chest muscles would not be needed. To further discuss which type would suit your condition better, give us a call and schedule an appointment with our expert plastic surgeons. They can help answer any of your questions and guide you in choosing which works best for you.

Breast Implants Placements: Under or over the muscle 

Placement of breast implants plays a huge role in making sure that they look as natural as possible. This gave rise to the option of placing the implants under the muscle (submuscular) or over the muscle (subglandular). They both have their own share of positives and negatives; for one, submuscular makes your breast enhancement look more natural since the implant itself is underneath the muscle. On the other hand, subglandular is easier, faster, and safer to perform since manipulation of the chest muscles would not be needed. To further discuss which type would suit your condition better, give us a call and schedule an appointment with our expert plastic surgeons. They can help answer any of your questions and guide you in choosing which works best for you.

Additional Information about

Breast Implants and Augmentation

Risks and complications

All surgeries, major or minor, have their own share of risks and complications. Even the healthiest patient and the most experienced surgeon can never get away from a mishap or a situation that can affect the results or the surgery, or worse, the patient’s life. It is of utmost importance, therefore, for the expert surgeon to discuss all risks and potential complications about the surgery during the initial consultation, so weighing these things will be part of the decision-making process. Here are some of the most common risks and complications known in breast augmentation using breast implants.

  • Change in nipple sensation. Because internal parts of the breasts are manipulated during surgery, some glandular tissues that affect the function and sensation of the breasts may be affected.
  • Implant displacement. This is a common complication with teardrop or anatomic breast implants. Since they have a fuller lower base and a narrower upper base, movement of the implant may alter the projection and shape of the breasts.
  • Wound infection. Smoking can prolong wound healing and may increase the risk of infection. Improper wound care techniques and application of unprescribed scar creams or lotions can irritate and also up the chances of contaminating the surgical wounds.
  • Implant failure. Breast implants now are made with durable shell casings, but the incidence of leaks and ruptures may still happen depending on the quality of the implants and the lifestyle of the patient.
  • Capsular contracture. This is a common side effect post-surgery where scar tissue forms around the implant that compresses it, hardening and deforming the breast and causes pain and discomfort.
  • BIA-ALCL. This is a relatively new complication of breast augmentation using breast implants that needs further studies and research. Breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma is not breast cancer but a type of cancer of the lymphatic cells located in the breasts. Association with this rare kind of cancer has been made with textured breast implants, although more studies need to support this claim.
Other considerations

Before you decide to undergo breast augmentation using breast implants, Best Breast Implant Perth listed some more points you would want to consider and think about.

  • Breast implants and sagging. Undergoing breast augmentation may not be enough to address drooping or sagging of your breasts. Consider combining your augmentation with a breast lift or mastopexy in order to remove the excess skin that makes your breast droop and reposition your nipple to give it a ‘lift’. Let Best Breast Implants Perth plastic surgeons discuss this option with you.
  • Breast implants won’t last a lifetime. Although many advertisements show that they could, they really won’t. In fact, breast implants have an average life span of 10 years, some even shorter. Rupture may occur, implant shape may be distorted, or your body may change as well; no matter what caused it, replacing the breast implants with new ones and undergoing another breast augmentation may be a possibility in the future.
  • Mammograms and MRI scans are required. For health and safety purposes, your plastic surgeon must require you to undergo these tests to check the integrity of the implants. Your routine mammograms may require several more views to check your breasts’ condition after surgery. Furthermore, the MRI scans may be performed every three years as recommended by the FDA, or more frequently if you exhibit signs or symptoms of complication.
  • Breast implants affect breastfeeding. Although some women who did not undergo breast augmentation may still have difficulty in breastfeeding their babies, some breastfeeding advocate groups suspect breast implants as the reason why women with surgically-enhanced breasts may find it more challenging to breastfeed. However, there are still women who are successful breastfeeding mothers even after breast augmentation.
  • Insurance does not cover cosmetic enhancements. Because this plastic surgery is cosmetic in nature and is an elective procedure, your health insurance or Medicare will not shoulder your breast augmentation expenses. However, if the operation is performed as a reconstructive procedure following a mastectomy due to a medical condition like cancer, part of it may be reimbursed or paid for by your insurance and Medicare.
The cost

The typical cost of breast augmentation surgery in Australia may be affected by a lot of factors, including the surgeon’s fee, the hospital fees, the type of implant used, the city where you want it done, the preoperative tests and expenses, and the medications post-surgery. In Perth, you can expect that breast augmentation would cost you about $5000 to $11000. Talk to Best Breast Implants Perth plastic surgeons so they can discuss with your affordable payment plans and other financing options that can help you make your beauty experience convenient and worthwhile.

Additional Information about Breast Implants and Augmentation

Risks and complications

All surgeries, major or minor, have their own share of risks and complications. Even the healthiest patient and the most experienced surgeon can never get away from a mishap or a situation that can affect the results or the surgery, or worse, the patient’s life. It is of utmost importance, therefore, for the expert surgeon to discuss all risks and potential complications about the surgery during the initial consultation, so weighing these things will be part of the decision-making process. Here are some of the most common risks and complications known in breast augmentation using breast implants.

  • Change in nipple sensation. Because internal parts of the breasts are manipulated during surgery, some glandular tissues that affect the function and sensation of the breasts may be affected.
  • Implant displacement. This is a common complication with teardrop or anatomic breast implants. Since they have a fuller lower base and a narrower upper base, movement of the implant may alter the projection and shape of the breasts.
  • Wound infection. Smoking can prolong wound healing and may increase the risk of infection. Improper wound care techniques and application of unprescribed scar creams or lotions can irritate and also up the chances of contaminating the surgical wounds.
  • Implant failure. Breast implants now are made with durable shell casings, but the incidence of leaks and ruptures may still happen depending on the quality of the implants and the lifestyle of the patient.
  • Capsular contracture. This is a common side effect post-surgery where scar tissue forms around the implant that compresses it, hardening and deforming the breast and causes pain and discomfort.
  • BIA-ALCL. This is a relatively new complication of breast augmentation using breast implants that needs further studies and research. Breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma is not breast cancer but a type of cancer of the lymphatic cells located in the breasts. Association with this rare kind of cancer has been made with textured breast implants, although more studies need to support this claim.
Other considerations

Before you decide to undergo breast augmentation using breast implants, Best Breast Implant Perth listed some more points you would want to consider and think about.

  • Breast implants and sagging. Undergoing breast augmentation may not be enough to address drooping or sagging of your breasts. Consider combining your augmentation with a breast lift or mastopexy in order to remove the excess skin that makes your breast droop and reposition your nipple to give it a ‘lift’. Let Best Breast Implants Perth plastic surgeons discuss this option with you.
  • Breast implants won’t last a lifetime. Although many advertisements show that they could, they really won’t. In fact, breast implants have an average life span of 10 years, some even shorter. Rupture may occur, implant shape may be distorted, or your body may change as well; no matter what caused it, replacing the breast implants with new ones and undergoing another breast augmentation may be a possibility in the future.
  • Mammograms and MRI scans are required. For health and safety purposes, your plastic surgeon must require you to undergo these tests to check the integrity of the implants. Your routine mammograms may require several more views to check your breasts’ condition after surgery. Furthermore, the MRI scans may be performed every three years as recommended by the FDA, or more frequently if you exhibit signs or symptoms of complication.
  • Breast implants affect breastfeeding. Although some women who did not undergo breast augmentation may still have difficulty in breastfeeding their babies, some breastfeeding advocate groups suspect breast implants as the reason why women with surgically-enhanced breasts may find it more challenging to breastfeed. However, there are still women who are successful breastfeeding mothers even after breast augmentation.
  • Insurance does not cover cosmetic enhancements. Because this plastic surgery is cosmetic in nature and is an elective procedure, your health insurance or Medicare will not shoulder your breast augmentation expenses. However, if the operation is performed as a reconstructive procedure following a mastectomy due to a medical condition like cancer, part of it may be reimbursed or paid for by your insurance and Medicare.
The cost

The typical cost of breast augmentation surgery in Australia may be affected by a lot of factors, including the surgeon’s fee, the hospital fees, the type of implant used, the city where you want it done, the preoperative tests and expenses, and the medications post-surgery. In Perth, you can expect that breast augmentation would cost you about $5000 to $11000. Talk to Best Breast Implants Perth plastic surgeons so they can discuss with your affordable payment plans and other financing options that can help you make your beauty experience convenient and worthwhile.

Need to know more?

We care about your ideals. If you are considering cosmetic surgery, such as breast augmentation, we understand just how essential it is for you to choose the right cosmetic surgeon. Communicate all your thoughts with us at Best Breast Implants Perth, and together, let’s find the best solution to all your beauty dilemmas. Enjoy the journey with us!

Need to know more?

We care about your ideals. If you are considering cosmetic surgery, such as breast augmentation, we understand just how essential it is for you to choose the right cosmetic surgeon. Communicate all your thoughts with us at Best Breast Implants Perth, and together, let’s find the best solution to all your beauty dilemmas. Enjoy the journey with us!