What Actually Happens During Breast Surgery?

During a breast augmentation surgery procedure, Dr. Rast will make small incisions in the chest region and insert a breast implant into the tissue. There are several decisions that need to be made before surgery that will guide your specific procedure. Watch this brief overview from plasticsurgery.org to see more surgery specifics.

Anesthesia

Anesthesia is administered to keep you comfortable during the procedure.

Incision

The incision can placed in the armpit (transaxillary), under the breast (inframammary), or in the nipple (periareolar), as shown in the graphic below:

breast augmentation surgery incisions kansas city ks

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The inframammary incision is the most common.

Placement of Implants

The implants are then placed in the body through the incisions. Implants are placed either over the muscle or under the pectoral muscle. This decision is made based on the size of your implants, breast tissue available, and goals for breast augmentation surgery.

breast implant placement kansas city ks

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Closing the Incision

Dr. Rast will close the incisions using sutures and surgical tape. The scars from the incisions will fade over time.

For More Information On Breast Implants Read Through The Following Resources:

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How long does it take to recover from breast augmentation surgery?

How much will Kansas City breast augmentation cost?

Schedule Your Consultation In Kansas City

Call Dr. Rast at (913) 451-3722 or contact us online to learn more about breast surgery and your options. Our plastic surgery team will walk you through the breast augmentation procedure and help you achieve a natural, beautiful look based on your personal goals.

Our offices are conveniently and privately located on the outskirts of Kansas City, KS.