BREAST AUGMENTATION INCISION OPTIONS
in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Gilbert, Chandler, Glendale, Mesa and surrounding areas in Arizona
If you are considering breast augmentation, also known as breast enlargement, you should be aware that you have many options for getting the best breast augmentation for you. You can try to achieve a subtle result that looks as natural as possible, or you can go for a dramatic, eye-catching result. You have many breast implant options, options about the placement of the breast implant, and you also have options about which breast augmentation incision should be used in your surgery.
The best way to learn about your options and which might be right for you is to schedule a consultation with Phoenix, Arizona plastic surgeon Dr. Bryan W. Gawley and talk about them in person. Please contact us today.See Our Before & After Photo Gallery - Click Here
BREAST AUGMENTATION INCISIONS
- Inframammary (at the breast crease)
- Periareolar (below the areola)
- Transaxillary (in the armpit)
All options have their benefits and potential drawbacks. Deciding which one is best for you depends on you, your breasts, your goals, and other decisions you make about your breast augmentation.Watch Dr. Gawley Videos - Click Here
CHOOSING A BREAST AUGMENTATION INCISION
The inframammary incision is the most common incision used for breast augmentation. This incision is made at the breast crease, where the breast meets the chest. It is well-concealed by the breast and by clothing, including swimsuits and underwear. If you are looking to improve uneven breasts or the shape of your breasts, this may be the best incision for you because it allows better visibility and direct working on the breast tissue. The inframammary incision is also recommended for breast augmentation with silicone breast implants.
The periareolar incision is made at the lower edge of the areola, the colored skin around the nipple. It is well-concealed by the change in color, height, and texture. For many women, this incision gives the most invisible scars. This incision also allows for very precise formation of the implant pocket. The periareolar incision can be used with either silicone or saline breast implants.
The transaxillary incision is made in the armpit, and is often requested by women who don’t want any scars anywhere on their breasts. In this procedure, the breast pocket is formed using an endoscope, a combination of tiny tools and a camera that allow Dr. Gawley to operate remotely. The transaxillary incision can be used with either saline or silicone implants.
To learn more about breast augmentation incisions and which might be right for you, please schedule a consultation with Phoenix, Arizona plastic surgeon Dr. Gawley.