Mammary aesthetic surgery has evolved a lot, allowing breast surgeons to achieve excellent results.
Currently there are many factors that help us achieve good results with minimal risk to the patient. But some factors developed in recent years have allowed greater evolution in the results:
Subfascial placement of the implant
We have been perfecting the placement of prostheses in the subfascial plane for years , periareolarly , axillary or submammary with anatomical prostheses achieving more natural results. Until a few years ago we were limited to the submuscular placement, although it achieved a good result at rest sometimes showed a breast deformity when contracting the pectoral muscle, or subglandular placement, where you disinserted the fascial muscle gland losing the anchor gland to the fascia sometimes giving artificial results.
In our practice we have Biodynamics , a computer system in which, by providing patient measurements, we can determine the ideal prosthesis for each patient based on their chest and breasts.. The Biodynamics system is accompanied by silicone simulators that allow the patient to test their body as the result will be based on the chosen prosthesis.. The Biodynamics system not only helps the patient but is also an excellent help for the surgeon to understand the patient's wishes before choosing a prosthesis.
The good results in breast augmentation not only depend on a good surgical training, experience in mammary aesthetic surgery and previous state of the patient, but it is also important to have prostheses adaptable to the patient's needs and desires.
For years we have the biodimensional system that allows us to select the implant individually and specifically based on the height, weight and shape of the body. It allows to choose between 12 different types, in three different heights and with 4 different projections with different bases depending on the thorax of the patient.
Each implant is anatomically shaped giving a MORE NATURAL appearance in terms of its shape and weight distribution. These characteristics combined with the cohesive gel of soft touch and the subfascial plane placement, when possible, allow us to obtain BETTER RESULTS not only in form but also in touch. If we also give the patient the possibility of knowing what to expect before performing the surgery with the biodynamics system, I believe that we also greatly reduce the patient's anxiety about surgery.