Breast Augmentation

Description


Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure that provides women larger and younger appearing breasts. Careful measurements and attentive listening to the patient’s desires allows the selection of an appropriately sized silicone breast augmentation implant that provides the needed result in a very natural way. Various shapes of implants can be selected for either a subtle or dramatic change.


Dr. Maher is well known for performing complex revision surgery for unsuccessful breast augmentation surgery done by other surgeons. In such situations exchange of implants, alteration in placement or combining with skin tightening will ensure that the patient will finally get the result she deserves.


Only the highest quality American and German FDA / CE approved implants are used. Implants don’t need to be replaced after a certain amount of years without a reason. Silicone implants are covered by extensive warranty by the manufacturer through their agent in Dubai and Riyadh.

Breast augmentation silicone implants

Anesthesia for Breast Augmentation

The procedure is done under general anesthetic.


Surgery Duration

Typical duration is 1 hour. The surgery is performed on an outpatient basis.


Expected Recovery after Breast Augmentation

Pain postoperatively is usually mild. No suture removal is necessary. Expect to be back to work after 5 – 7 days. A specialty bra needs to be worn for a month.

Will My Breast Implants Rupture After Breast Augmentation?

Silicone breast implants are made to exacting standards and stringent biomedical specifications. The outer shell of the silicone implant is super tough and can withstand lots of force as you can see in the video below. Rupture of implants is extremely rare.

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Disclaimer: The above information and description is a typical generic description. Your own plan of care and procedure may differ from that described above and Dr. Alahdab will fully discuss your customized personal treatment plan with you during consultation. The postoperative progress after any surgery depends on your body’s response and a dynamic treatment plan will be implemented based on how you are healing.