Cosmetic Surgery

Augmentative Mastoplasty. Increase in Breast Size


Breast augmentation with prosthesis Augmentative mastoplasty is the increase in breast volume through prostheses. Aesthetic surgery for the increase of the size of the breast manages to give greater volume and better shape to the breasts, by means of the inclusion of implants.

The overwhelming majority of women who demand augmentative mastoplasty feel uncomfortable because of the smallness of their breasts. Most of these women do not want excessively large breasts that attract attention, but rather want them to look "normal" and have a well-proportioned figure.

The augmentation mastoplasty is the only definitive method to achieve an increase of  breasts volume through the implantation of internal breast prostheses.

The breast augmentation is also called "augmentation mammoplasty". This surgery gives a lot of happiness to the patient when achieving the desired improvement.

The breast augmentation is needed when:

A) Women have very small breasts due to lack of development, called scientifically hipomastia.
B) Women  lost weight and their breasts lost volume due to adipose tissue consumption, leaving the skin very stretched and falling (ptosis).
C) Women after pregnancy and lactation have glandular involution.
D) Women  have breast asymmetry (difference in size between one breast and another).
E) Women  have empty upper breast sector.
F) Women who want to increase and project their breast volume for personal satisfaction.

Basically there are three ways to place the prosthesis:

A. Transaxillary, through the armpit
B. Periareolar, that is, through the areola
C. Sub mammary or incision by the groove that is below the breast

To decide where the prosthesis will be located, all the conditions of a patient are studied in terms of body mass, slenderness or fat, skeletal and muscular structure and the natural state of her breasts.

The human body basically offers two spaces for the surgeon to dispose of them, depending on the conditions:

1. The sub glandular plane, located between the mammary gland and the pectoral muscle (the prosthesis would be on top of the muscle), is very used when the patient breast fall slightly, since the "double bubble effect" is avoided
2. In the sub-pectoral plane, the prosthesis is located under the pectoral muscle and above the rib cage. It is very convenient because it reduces the possibility of capsular contracture.

The specific risks of the procedure are:
1. The hematoma.
2. The infection of the prosthesis.
3. Capsular encapsulation or contracture.
4. The break.
5. The poor prosthetic position.

An extensive hematoma may in some cases require a new intervention to eliminate the accumulated blood. Infection of a prosthesis requires removal and can not be reinserted until after a time of safety after treatment of the infection.

Capsular contracture occurs when the internal around the implant contracts excessively, making the breast harder. It can be treated in various ways, sometimes removing the internal scar, and even replacing the prosthesis.

The poor prosthetic position is due to the displacement of one or both prostheses and causes a lack of symmetry, which in some cases may require a new intervention to correct it.


The prices are in USD.
The prices of this program are referential and are subject to change after the evaluation made by the specialists with the information you send. The medical program includes a personalized budget.
Surgical Procedure
Augmentative Mastoplasty. (includes price of the prosthesis)
Increase breast volume through prosthesis.
5 nights


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