Breast Augmentation

Breast Augmentation Dallas, TXHave you ever felt that your personality is larger than life, but your breasts are a small blip on the radar? You don’t have to live with breasts you’re unsatisfied with. Instead, you can achieve the breasts you’ve wanted all along with breast augmentation from Dr. Jeffrey D. Hopkins. The surgery team at J Hopkins Plastic Surgery works every single day to help patients regain their self-appreciation through breast augmentation.

Preparing For the Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation itself requires that you do your research ahead of time. Do you need to ask yourself some questions: what size would I be happy with? Should I take time off work for recovery? Do I need to read literature on the surgery itself?

You’re not alone in these questions. Many patients wonder these same things, and we’re happy to help in the process. We are your advocate, and we aim to inform. We’ll let you know what risks are involved and what the expected outcome will be. Results vary on a case-by-case basis, but the same basis applies to all breast augmentations: you, the patient, will receive the breasts you’re happy with. Period.

The Breast Augmentation Procedure

Breast augmentation surgery involves using implants or fat, often referred to as fat transfer augmentation, to increase the overall size of the breasts or to restore the volume that has been lost through aging or trauma.

After the general anesthesia has been administered, the surgeon will make an incision in completely inconspicuous locations to minimize the scarring process. The type, size, and location of each incision will vary depending on the type of breast implant being implemented and how large your breast augmentation procedure is aiming for. The implant will then be inserted into a pocket, either under the pectoral muscle or behind the breast tissue itself. The incisions are then successfully closed using layered sutures, skin adhesive, or surgical tape. Once finished, the results will be noticeable immediately. Your breasts will appear more youthful, larger, and proportioned correctly for your body type.

Expectations and Complications

As with all medical procedures and treatments, diamond-tip microdermabrasion comes with its share of possible risks and complications. It should be said that these risks are minimal, and the microdermabrasion process itself is very safe. Most risks are associated with improper sanitization – if the equipment being used has not been sufficiently sanitized, patients are at risk of infections. It’s also possible that the small diamonds involved in the treatment could irritate the skin.  However, these complications are rare. You should expect to see clearer, more even-toned skin after just a single treatment.

If you have questions, contact J Hopkins Plastic Surgery today at 972-298-6641!

Breast Augmentation Recovery

Breast augmentation is a major surgery with a built-in recovery period. You should know what to expect during this time of recuperation. Most patients experience some stiffness but can resume their normal lives relatively soon. It’s important to note that your specific recovery time will depend on a few factors, including:

  • Your overall health, pre-surgery.
  • The location and size of your breast implant.
  • Whether or not you have had prior pregnancies.
  • Whether or not your surgeon performed a lift at the same time as your breast augmentation.

If you have further questions about breast augmentation recovery, don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Jeffrey D. Hopkins today. Our team is always happy to help.

Best Candidates for Breast Augmentation

The best candidates for breast surgery are the ones who are mentally, physically, financially, and emotionally prepared. This means you can afford the surgery or have sought out financing, you are aware of the expected look of the augmentation, you feel emotionally stable for your recovery, and you are aware that this is a life-changing experience. Breast augmentation provides a patient a completely revamped life.

Breast Augmentation: Before and After

breast augmentation before & afterIf you’re considering breast augmentation, it’s crucial that you read up on the procedure. Before your surgery, you should do independent research into estimated recovery times, risks, etc. Most crucially, consult with your physician about any questions that you may have. There are several things you can expect for the post-surgery period, and it’s always best not to be surprised by any of them. Of course, one thing everyone can expect post-surgery is a body they can take pride in!

Do you have further questions about breast augmentation? Don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Jeffrey D. Hopkins today! We are more than happy to speak with you and offer our services.

Is breast augmentation safe?

As with any cosmetic procedure or surgery, there are some risks associated with breast augmentation. However, these are minimal at best. Most patients do not experience any major side effects whatsoever. That being said, you should always feel free to consult with your physician about the potential risks associated with breast augmentation.

Here are a few of the possible breast augmentation surgery risks:

  1. Bleeding or a hematoma
  2. Scarring, either slight or major
  3. Infection and/or swelling
  4. Formation of tight scar tissue

Do you have further questions about the safety of breast augmentation? Don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Jeffrey D. Hopkins today!

Cost of Breast Augmentation

So, you’ve weighed the benefits and risks of breast augmentation, you’ve spoken with your doctor, and you think it might be right for you! Now, you’re curious about the average cost of the procedure. Breast augmentation surgery is estimated to cost nearly $4,000. Remember that costs can vary wildly, depending on your surgeon’s experience, and the cost and type of breast implants. Also, this average cost does not include any operating room facility fees or the cost of anesthesia.

Do you have questions about the specifics of breast augmentation cost? Don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Jeffrey D. Hopkins today!

How long will it take me to recover from my breast augmentation surgery?

When it comes to breast augmentation surgery, recovery time varies from patient to patient. You should expect your recovery period to last at least five full days, and possibly longer. While you will likely be more tired than normal during this period, you can still resume all your normal day-to-day activities. Light exercise is okay, though anything too strenuous is certainly not recommended. You will likely also experience some swelling in the first few days after your surgery – this is normal. It’s always best to speak with your surgeon directly to determine your exact recovery plan. Contact J Hopkins Plastic Surgery at 972-298-6641 with any questions!

What are the possible side effects?

All medical procedures (even minor cosmetic surgeries) come with certain side effects. Some of the most common side effects commonly associated with breast augmentation include:

  • Minor to major swelling (most patients experience temporary swelling that subsides within days)
  • Some minor pain and discomfort
  • Numbness in the breast and nipple area

These side effects are normal, but there are also some rare complications associated with this surgery. These include:

  • Infection
  • Scar tissue
  • Major or chronic breast pain

If you’re experiencing any major complications after your surgery, it’s highly recommended that you speak with your doctor immediately. Contact J Hopkins Plastic Surgery at 972-298-6641 if you have questions.

We’re ready to help you become that candidate when you are. We’ll be your support system and your ally. Look no further than J Hopkins Plastic Surgery for the breast augmentation you want! Contact us or Call 972-298-6641

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