Breast augmentation surgery and the most common questions
You probably have a lot of questions hanging around your head all day if you are planning to have mammoplasty or breast augmentation surgery. With so many articles on the internet, it is not an easy task to know what information is reliable, in this post we will make an effort to answer the most common questions about mammoplasty in Colombia.
Is recovery painful?
All surgical intervention has some impact on the body and it is hardly normal for it to react, this means that it is normal for some discomfort to come in the days after the visit to the operating room. In any case, with a professional medical team you will be able to receive the necessary care to make the post-operative something more bearable.
Are there scars?
It is a normal question and especially for breast augmentation surgery, it is extremely important to make it clear that regardless of which surgical procedure you do, there will always be a mark on your body, this is one of the reasons to choose your surgeon well .
How much does a mammoplasty cost in Colombia?
It is difficult to calculate a standard price, since there are many factors that intervene when setting a value for this service, starting with the characteristics of the patient, the trajectory and prestige of the surgeon, the clinic, the type of mammoplasty to be performed, among other details that influence the price. The normal order is to make a face-to-face or virtual consultation with the surgeon, so the latter will have important information that will make the quote more accurate.
Capsular contracture, what is it?
During the adaptation of the breast implants, it can happen that these do not adhere properly and this creates an overcrowding of tissue in the area. This leads to pain, swelling, and deformity in the chest. Fortunately for you, these cases are very rare and in the remote case they do happen they can be treated with antibiotics.
Smooth or rough implants?
This is a very generalized doubt, which type of implant to use, simplifying the matter, rough implants have a lower risk index with regard to capsular contracture. These adhere better to the internal tissues, on the other hand, smooth breast implants have a higher index and probability of displacement.