Choosing to undergo breast augmentation is an exciting prospect and there are many choices to make. So the most important thing you can do for yourself if gather as much information as possible.
One of the basic things to understand is the implant placement. After taking into consideration your anatomy, the implant chosen and your personal preferences, the implant will be placed somewhere in relation to the pectoralis major muscle on your chest. Implants placed above the pectoralis muscle, sub-glandular pockets heal faster than the more deeply placed, sub-muscular implant pockets since sub-muscular placement requires deep tissue cuts.
There are more aspects of placement to consider, but the most important thing is to go over this with a surgeon like Dr. Troy Andreasen, a board-certified plastic surgeon in the Inland Empire, who could help you make the choices right for you.
Contact our office if you would like to schedule a consultation.