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Bella Roma Hospital
Bella Roma Hospital
Before
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Bella Roma Hospital
Bella Roma Hospital
Before
After

BENEFITS OF BREAST AUGMENTATION TREATEMENT

FAQ

The initial recovery period typically lasts a few weeks, during which you should avoid strenuous activities and heavy lifting. However, the complete recovery process, including the resolution of swelling and the final settling of implants, may take several months. Your surgeon will provide personalized guidance based on your progress.

The timeline for returning to work and normal activities varies among individuals. Many patients can resume light activities and return to work within a week, while strenuous exercise and heavy lifting may need to be postponed for a few weeks. Your surgeon will provide specific recommendations based on your job and the extent of your surgery.

Initially, there will be swelling and possible bruising, affecting the appearance of your breasts. Over time, the swelling will subside, and the implants will settle into a more natural position. The final result will depend on factors such as implant type, size, and your body’s healing process. It’s common for breasts to feel firm initially, softening gradually over several weeks.

Breast augmentation surgery can sometimes impact the ability to breastfeed, depending on the surgical technique used and whether the milk ducts are affected. It’s important to discuss your plans for breastfeeding with your surgeon during the consultation to ensure they can customize the procedure to minimize potential interference with lactation.

While breast augmentation is generally considered safe, like any surgery, it carries some risks. Potential complications include infection, changes in nipple sensation, implant rupture or leakage, and the need for future surgeries. Regular follow up appointments with your surgeon and adherence to post operative care instructions can help mitigate these risks, and any concerns should be promptly addressed with your medical provider.