Breast Augmentation in Toronto

Breast augmentation also known as Mammoplasty, is an elective cosmetic surgical procedure using breast implants. Breast Augmentation is the most popular and most common cosmetic surgery procedure to date. Many choose this procedure for a variety of reasons. Some women are simply unhappy with their own breast size due to genetics, while some may want to improve the overall look of their breasts following previous breast surgery. Other women may find they have lost volume or elasticity in their breasts with age or after pregnancy. Regardless of the physical issue, Toronto Cosmetic Clinic (TCC) works individually with each client to help determine exactly what they want, and to help achieve their dreams of the perfect body image.

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What Breast Augmentation Can Do For You:

Since the 1960s, breast augmentation has shown positive effects in heightening client self-esteem and confidence. In fact, a study by the Journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons on 112 breast implant candidates showed that 95% of women said they felt better and more confident in themselves after surgery, and 86% said they felt a decrease in self-consciousness. With the constant and ever-changing advancements in medicine, there are now countless ways to get exactly the type of breasts you want. At Toronto Cosmetic Clinic (TCC), we understand that each client has many needs and desires. This is why we offer different options for you to consider when choosing the right breast augmentation for yourself. We offer top of the line Saline implants and silicone implants . Your plastic surgeon will help guide you through understanding the benefits of each to help you make your final decision.

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Breast Augmentation Procedure in Toronto

Breast augmentation is carried out under general anesthesia, and takes about one hour to complete. Essentially an implant (prosthesis) is placed under the breast tissue or under the muscle after an incision is made, either in the breast crease, or the around the areola. The skin and breast tissue is lifted to create a pocket directly behind or underneath your chest wall muscle (the pectoral muscle). Then, the breast implant is inserted in a position centered beneath your nipples, creating a natural appearance. Depending on our surgeon's recommendation and your anatomy, the insertion of the implant, as well as the positioning of it, will differ according to each patient. Recovering time from Breast Augmentation Surgery depends on your physical condition, however it is typical that you be able to return to work or school within a few days depending on how strenuous your job is. Patients often feel extra sensitivity in the area of the breasts following the surgical breast augmentation procedure for about two to three weeks.

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Breast Implant Types, Sizes, Shapes:

Breast Implant and sizes come in an array of choices and possibilities. Under the consultation and recommendation of Toronto Cosmetic Clinic (TCC), we will work with our clients to provide them with the best implants to suit their needs. We use 3D Breast Imaging technology to get an accurate depiction of how breast implants will look on each individual after surgery. At Toronto Cosmetic Clinic, we use silicone gel-filled implants and saline-filled implants. Although both have a similar feel and texture, the composition is quite different. Choosing saline or gel implants is one of the biggest decisions you will make for your breast augmentation. Both saline and silicone filled implants are encased in silicone-based shells with choices of smooth or textured surfaces and round and contoured shapes. Saline-filled implant solution contains the same salt content as the human body, making the solution completely safe for the body. However, since silicone gel-filled implants have been modified and re-approved by the FDA, they are considered the safer implant option. Luckily, silicone gel-filled implants have the most realistic feel of natural breast tissue and do not suffer from the “rippling” effect that can sometimes be experienced with saline-filled implants. Size matters. A good way to get an idea of the size you want is to take into consideration all the things you do on a daily basis. Your lifestyle can be affected if you choose the wrong breast size for your body type. Picking the right size for your body type is very important, as choosing too large of an implant may make those with a smaller, thinner frame look awkward or disproportionate. Usually, most women will augment their breast size by 2 cup sizes (example: A cup to C cup) so their breasts will look real, full, and natural on their body.

Implants for breast augmentation may be placed in a number of different ways. At Toronto Cosmetic Clinic we make it our duty to present every option to our clients and give them the best recommendation for Breast Augmentation based on their individual body type and preference. This is of the utmost importance as everybody is different and every client’s choice of implant size, their lifestyle, and Breast Anatomy are different.

  • Subglandular placement is where the implant is placed under the breast tissue, on top of the muscles, and is the original placement technique used.
  • Submuscular placement is where the implant is placed under the muscles and fascia.

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Incisions: Making scars the least visible as possible

As with any surgical procedure, breast augmentation does require some type of scar. However, rest assured that the plastic surgeons of the Toronto Cosmetic Clinic specialize in making scars the least visible as possible and making sure they are placed in the least visible of places.

  • The most common of incisions for breast augmentation is the inframammary or “breast fold” incision. This is known to heal beautifully with the least visibility and can only be seen when the breast is lifted.
  • Also, there is the transaxillary incision, which requires the incision be made through the armpit. In this case you can be sure there will be no visible incisions in the breast area.
  • The periareolar incision at the edge of the areola is also a possibility for placing the implant. Here, the incision will be made where there is the darker skin around the nipple and be less visible.
  • And finally, the transumbilical incision (TUBA) is the newest incision for saline implants. Here, the incision is made in the navel and the implants will be inflated after placement.

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Toronto Cosmetic Clinic offers complementary (no charge) consultations

Those considering breast augmentation at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic should have realistic goals. Their decision should be discussed with one of our surgeons or qualified representatives at our clinic. Like any cosmetic surgical procedure, good candidates are those in good physical and psychological condition. Get in contact with us and book your appointment today. Achieving that dream of having the most perfect breasts is possible, and we are here to educate and help you every step of the way.

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Breast Augmentation Q & A


Can I have a loss of sensation after a breast augmentation?

Immediately after surgery there can be some tingling or numbness in the areas around the nipple. This should subside within a few months after the procedure

Can smoking affect breast augmentation?

As with all plastic surgery, most surgeons suggest you stop ingesting tobacco products months prior to your surgery. Nicotine restricts the flow of blood to the breast area, and this is needed for healing

Are scars noticeable with breast augmentation?

This all depends on where your incisions are made. They can be made under the breast fold, around the nipple, or even under your armpit. Still, these incisions are usually not noticeable and hidden in the natural creases of your skin.

What type of breast implant is best?

Luckily, because breast augmentation has been around for so many years, we now have choices. Both saline and silicone implants are good options, but obviously there are slight differences in each that you have to decide for yourself which one is better for you.

How am I supposed to decide the right breast implant size to get?

This depends on each person and your surgeon will examine you beforehand and make suggestions based on the measurements they take, and what you wish to achieve.+

Can I get breast implants if I have very little natural tissue?

A lot of women who have little natural tissue are great candidate for breast augmentation. The only difference is that they generally cannot get very large implants. However, this would look very unnatural on someone with a very small chest. Do not worry; a natural and normal looking breast enhancement is very achievable.+

How long after surgery should I wait to drive a car?

Usually, it is recommended that you don not operate a vehicle for the first week to 10 days after breast augmentation. Any sudden bumps or movements could cause injury to the breast area, can give you pain while operating a vehicle, and this is not a very safe situation. Also, it is important that you be off narcotic pain medication before you start driving again.+

Does breast augmentation hurt very much?

Pain after all cosmetic surgeries is subjective. You will not be conscious throughout the procedure, but you may feel some dull pain or pressure upon waking. The best thing to do is stay positive!+

Can I still breast-feed if I have a breast augmentation?

Yes. Usually, there is no interference with the milk glands, ducts, and nipples still function. Sometimes, however, depending on how your body scars you may be able to only partially breast-feed.

How long do breast implants last?

You only need to change implants if you have a problem with them. So, that depends on your body, your lifestyle, if your weight changes, and other personal factors of how well your implants hold up. However, it is important to remember that breast implants are not a one-time surgery and that replacements are recommended about every 10 years.+

Do implant replacements cost less than a new surgery?

Generally, yes, assuming you want to keep your implants in the original pocket More Breast Augmentation Q & A