- Consult with a qualified plastic surgeon: Your first step should be to consult with a plastic surgeon who is experienced in performing breast augmentation. They will examine your breasts and discuss your goals, medical history, and any potential risks and complications.
- Quit smoking: If you smoke, quitting several weeks before the procedure will help promote a healthy recovery and minimize the risk of complications.
- Stop taking certain medications: Certain medications, such as aspirin and anti-inflammatory drugs, can increase the risk of bleeding and bruising during the procedure. Your surgeon will advise you on which medications to avoid before the surgery.
- Get in good physical shape: Maintaining good physical health will help you recover more quickly from the procedure. Exercise regularly and eat a balanced diet to prepare your body for the procedure.
- Plan for recovery: After the procedure, you’ll need to take it easy for several days to allow your body to heal. You may need help with household chores, so arrange for someone to help you if needed.
What are the other Breast treatments we offer?
Breast Reduction, Breast Lift, Nipple/Areola Reduction