Endoscopic Breast Augmentation

Success or failure of the shape and feeling of the breasts mainly depends on how much space exists. Therefore, creating more space is such an important aspect of successful breast augmentation

Basically, Breast Augmentation Surgery is a method that creates room for implants to be inserted into the chest.

Success or failure of the shape and feeling of the breasts mainly depends on how much space exists.
Therefore, creating more space is such an important aspect of successful breast augmentation.

An endoscope should be used when creating space that is as big as the implants because there may be some areas which cannot be seen or reached by hands alone. Thus, it is necessary to use an endoscope when making an armpit incision. It makes it possible o check the blood vessels and nerves inside the tissue, as well as the evenness and correction of the space.

What in an Endoscope?

An Endoscope is an instrument used to minimize the surgical incision, to perform an accurate surgical procedure for invisible regions, and to alleviate pain and care after surgery.

Unfortunately, not all the clinics are able to equip the endoscope due to its high price and difficult handling. For high-quality results from breast augmentation surgery, the endoscope must be used to check the correct position of muscles and nerves when examining beneath the muscle for an accurate pocket.

Advantages of the Endoscope

- Alleviation of pain due to the extra room made
– Only the muscles that are necessary to remove are excoriated.
– Minimal side effects and post-operative complications (e.g. bleeding) by checking the blood vessels and nerves
– Short recovery period; only the necessary region is opened for surgery when making space beneath the muscle

Surgical Method

The surgery is performed while monitoring the chest with the endoscope inserted inside the incision.
Therefore. very accurate and exquisite breast augmentation is possible.

* Side effects such as bleeding, inflammation, infection, etc. can be experienced after surgery and consult with your doctor as individual results may vary.*