Breast Enlargement | Breast Augmentation
The beauty of the female form is often defined by its curves. The breasts complete the top of the ideal hour glass figure.
But for women who are unhappy with their breast size due to genetics, volume loss after pregnancy, or following other breast surgery, one of the most satisfying and rewarding improvements resulting from a cosmetic surgical procedure is breast augmentation, performed in the surgical centre of Toronto Cosmetic Clinic.
Like the thousands of women who undergo the procedure every year, you too can acquire those measurements you've always wanted, or achieve a desirable symmetry in your body contour.
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Breast augmentation, also known as augmentation mammoplasty, is an elective cosmetic surgical procedure using breast implants. The breast augmentation procedure normally takes about 2 hours, but may be shorter or longer depending on the technique used and the individual.
At Toronto Cosmetic Clinic, your happiness is of our utmost concern. Contact 416-221-5554 to find out more about Breast Augmentation in Toronto at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic.
By undergoing a breast augmentation procedure at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic, you can improve your self confidence and become satisfied with your physical appearance.
All patients are advised of the nature and anticipated effect of the proposed medical or surgical service, including the significant risks and available alternatives. All patients are required to sign a consent form confirming this advice prior to undergoing any procedure. In addition, all patients are provided with appropriate discharge and follow-up instructions and signs and symptoms to look for following a procedure.
More information about breast augmentation at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic can be found below.
A Brief History of Breast Augmentation
The cosmetic surgical procedure of breast augmentation in Toronto, and the rest of the world has been around for decades. Beginning in the 1920s, treatment involved the injection of fat into the breasts. This method was proven ineffective as the injected fat did not stay in place, and was instead absorbed into the body. This type of breast augmentation, a type of fat transfer, was abandoned about 20 years later.
Around this time, the injection of silicone (beginning in Japan) as well as the insertion of polyvinyl sponges arose as other popular methods of breast augmentation. These were also abandoned as many women suffered serious complications, some life threatening.
The silicone and saline breast implants used today can be traced back to the early 1960s, when a safer implant for breast augmentation was discovered. Though the structure and design of those implants may not have been as strong, durable, and as long lasting as today's, they were also made out of a silicone shell, filled with a saline solution or silicone gel.
Today, there are a variety of breast implants for breast augmentation in Toronto. Your physician at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic can help you choose the most suitable type for you.