Breast Augmentation Surgery Aftercare and Risks

Once the surgery has been performed a patient must be cared by the team of specialist nurses lead by your cosmetic surgeon. A patient must set scheduled meeting with his/her surgeon so may the condition of patient’s implanted breast can be monitored properly. For some period of time you will be asked to wear a special bandage to support your breasts and the best tonics for your recovery is sleep and rest.

You may feel swelling, pain and groggy in your breast but the bandage will help you in reducing the swelling and will also keep your new breasts in exact positions. A patient has to sleep and rest in a reclining position which is suggested by your surgeon in order to aid the healing procedure and also avoid the pressure on any surgical wounds on your breast. With the passage of time and with total care you breast will start gaining its shape and size and you will be perfect again.

The complications and risks are more complicated in case of a complex surgery and even in the hands of best surgeon there are chances of complications with your surgery. The generally complications or risks of breast augmentation surgery are Scarring, filler leakage, loss of sensation, loss of nipples, excessive bleeding, tissues damaging or death, blood clotting, Sarcoma, implant deflation, vomiting, nausea, implant rejection or extrusion, production of breast milk (Galactorrhea), breakage in blood vessels (Hematoma), Capsular contracture and in rare cases a patent might be Death. There are also chances of cosmetic complications like wrinkling, irregularities, rippling, bottoming out, dissatisfaction with the results, Synmastia and Mondor’s Cord.

These risks can be increased in case of smoking which can also lead to poor healing of wounds, infection and scars. So make sure that you will avoid smoking at least until your complete recovery as well as avoid sexual relationship with your partner.

Breast Augmentation Surgery Aftercare and Risks

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Breast Augmentation Surgery Aftercare and Risks