Invisible Scar Breast Augmentation
If you are considering Breast Augmentation, then an invisible scar breast augmentation would be ideal. A fuller, smooth and flawless breast is the desire of every woman—regardless of the fact what nature might have given them.
Women with small breasts look for ways to enhance the size of their breasts any way they can. After using myriad of ways—which do not produce any results they choose Breast Augmentation with Implants.
One of the major concerns with Breast Augmentation is the visibility of the scars. How will they look like? Will they be prominent? Will they be ugly looking? These are the questions which come to the minds of women considering Breast Augmentation
Plastic surgeons have tried to find solutions for this concern. As we all know, our bodies heal by forming a scar whenever and wherever there is a cut in our skin. Keeping this fact in mind, plastic surgeons had to find a way to make them as invisible as possible.
Plastic surgeons have taken advantage of another set of facts to achieve this goal, which are as following:
- Advantage of location.
- Under the Breast crease incision: An incision of about 4 to 5 centimeters in the crease under the breast hides well and heals well. The advantage of this area is that it is away from the main breast and over time blends in with the skin color—thus making it quite un-noticeable.
- Axilla or armpit incision: this is another area which is away from the breast itself and a strategically placed incision in line with the skin creases of the axilla also hides well.
- Umbilical or Belly Button incision: Although not very popular with the plastic surgeons because of the inability to adjust the implant pocket—this option virtually leaves no scars even in the vicinity of the breasts.
- Advantage of the type of skin.
It has been observed that the scars at the junctions the darker areola and the surrounding lighter skin are not very noticeable. Plastic surgeons have taken advantage of this fact and the peri-areolar scar is a popular option amongst plastic surgeons.
In summary, although scars are an inevitable fact of life–through ingenious means plastic surgeons have found ways to make them as invisible as possible.