Breast Augmentation


Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation, technically known as augmentation mammoplasty, is a surgical procedure to improve the size and shape of a woman’s breast in the following situations: to improve the silhouette of a woman who thinks her breasts are too small, to correct the reduction of the breast that occurs after some pregnancies and to correct a difference in size between both breasts.

During the first consultation, the plastic surgeon will evaluate the size and shape of the breasts, the firmness of the skin and your general state of health. There will also be an exploration of the breasts and in some cases a mammography study will be requested.

The different surgical techniques will be explained, the size and shape of your breasts and the options or the combination of procedures that are best for you will be discussed. You must state your expectations in a sincere and frank manner, so that the plastic surgeon can also be frank and show you the available alternatives for your problem, with the risks and limitations of each of them.

Do I qualify for a Mammoplasty of Increase?

The ideal candidates to undergo breast surgery are those healthy, emotionally stable people who understand the results that can be obtained after surgery.


Many women want an increase after a pregnancy or breastfeeding that has been left empty and chest fallen, for this should be expected at least 6 months after the emabarazo or have stopped breastfeeding.

    The night before surgery

    • Eat something soft the night before the procedure.

    • Do not eat or drink anything after 10:00 pm.

    • Do not take any medication unless it is prescribed by your doctor.

    • Remove the nail polish.

      In the surgical area

      • Do not shave or apply moisturizing lotion.

      • Do not use makeup for the hospital.

      • Wear loose clothing or buttons on the front.

      • Leave jewelry and other valuables at home.

      • Arrive at the clinic at least one hour before the scheduled surgery.

      • The day of surgery should bring a companion.