Looking to be summer ready? Tired of being self-conscious in your swimwear? Or do you just want to be more in proportion?
Breast augmentation is the aesthetic procedure that beautifies the breasts by modifying the shape, size and texture, giving the breasts a more natural and full appearance.
There are various reasons why women consider breast augmentation, some wants to feel more confident, some due to post pregnancy loss of volume, weight loss, or to become more proportional to body frame and some have asymmetrical breasts, where the breast differ to each other in size, shape and position.
Every patient have their individual breast profiles and their own unique aesthetic goals and surgical qualities. Dr Kwei will tailor the attributes of the surgery to these goals, optimising the best aesthetic outcome.
The ideal patient for breast surgery is healthy, of sound body and mind, and has already done some preliminary research into the surgery. The results can be empowering, especially for women who have been quite seriously considering it and understands what it can achieve.
If you are anticipating body changes in the next few years, such as planning to lose weight or have children, it is best to wait till post pregnancy or when your weight has been steady for 6 months, as these body changes can influence the breast size and shape and affect the outcome of your surgery.
At the practice, your breast augmentation experience commences with a 40 - 50 minutes one-on-one consultation with Dr Johnny Kwei, detailing all aspects of breast augmentation, from implant types, sizes, shapes, to position of incisions, ideal pocket placement, and what they can achieve with the best options for your body type and goals.
Motiva Implants are not the type of textured implants that are associated with ALCL and are fully approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) in Australia.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. The information provided here is for general educational purposes only. Please contact Dr Johnny Kwei to discuss the best options for your individual situation. It is recommended that you seek a second opinion from a qualified health professional before proceeding with surgery.