No procedure in plastic surgery has undergone further investigation and scientific and political controversy regarding breast augmentation. Following the ban on silicone breast implants in 1992, the government asked cosmetic surgeons to conduct studies to confirm patient satisfaction with breast implants.
As a result, a study of 112 women showed a better self-image, less self-confidence and more self-confidence. Overall satisfaction rate was nearly 86% (Mathes and Nahai brochure on plastic surgery)
Incisions and surgical procedures.
For the placement of the artificial paranasal sinuses four different surgical sites (subcutaneous, um, axillary or transient) were used.
Each site has its advantages and disadvantages, depending on the experience of the surgeon and the position of the implant in a subterranean area or below the segment or the recently described position of the “binary”. Preoperative infrarenal tears are preferred in patients with well developed wrinkles covering the scar, especially if they are slightly above the crease on the breast surface. In general, the periareolar incision provides excellent access to all parts of the breast. For patients who want to record scars on the breast surface, this approach allows the implant to be placed accurately, especially along the lower electrode. However, before the determination of the brachial muscle, the ductal tissue section is required. Mrs. Ruth Graf (Brazil) recently described the corrugated cardboard sub-method. It has been reported that this approach combines the benefits of suborganic placement in terms of importance with the advantages of subadenal placement in terms of reduced portfolio formation. This approach is now gaining importance for cosmetic surgeons.
Although the subsectoral transaxillary augmentation technique has been available for many years, critics have found difficulty in achieving accurate positioning of the implant in the lower thoracic electrode. The main advantages are the absence of scars on the breast surface, the cutting of the breast canal and the low probability of a sensory nerve injury. A disadvantage of this technique is the low risk of nerve trauma between the two blocks.
Less invasive surgical techniques have revolutionized the performance of many procedures. Theoretical help has improved focus through the epidermis by allowing breast implants to be placed more precisely and better flexed under tension. Precise preoperative mammography is very important for accurate implant placement and breast symmetry.
About me: Dr. Amit Gupta is a plastic surgeon at Maulana Azad Medical School in Delhi. He specializes in minimally invasive plastic surgery, partial hair transplantation and laser surgery. He received the gold medal during his education during his university days. Dr. Amit Gupta attended the plastic surgery course at Maulana Azad Medical College, which he approved in his 2007 trial. During his training he received training in trauma management, cancer surgery, microvascular surgery, corrective surgery and reconstruction. Subsequently, he made specialized plastic surgery scholarships in Belgium (Europe) and Brazil. He trained at Dr. Patrick Tonnard in Belgium, where he trained in MACS Lifting Surgery, the latest development in facial rejuvenation surgery in Europe. He then studied plastic surgery in Brazil, where he worked with personalities such as Dr. med. Ruth Graff and dr. Anna Zolmira trained as symbols of plastic surgery.