Breast Implants Explained

Before and After Breast Augmentation Surgery by Dr Hodgkinson

If you are thinking about Breast Augmentation Dr Darryl Hodgkinson is one of the most experienced and qualified Plastic Surgeons in this field. With over 30 years of experience the fact that Dr Hodgkinson performs Breast Augmentation with both Saline and Silicone Gel Implants sets him apart from many other plastic surgeons in Australia. The spectrum of breast implants available to the surgeon can therefore provide great versatility in achieving a more natural look.

On top of implant choice Dr Hodgkinson offers four choices about where to make the skin incisions for breast enlargement. They can be in the breast fold (inframammary), around the nipple (periareolar),? underneath the armpit (transaxillary) or through the belly button (transumbilical “TUBA”).

Breast implant size is one of the most important decisions in a breast augmentation procedure. Because of this, Dr Hodgkinson will take several approaches to help the patient make the best decision based on their anatomy, personal preferences and the appearance they wish to achieve. In general, attractive breast augmentation should be in proportion to the woman’s overall body shape.

There are six main clinical parameters for breast implants on initial consultation:

  1. Patient’s body build and height
  2. Natural breast size, shape and symmetry
  3. Nipple position in relation to the breast
  4. The quality of breast skin
  5. Chest wall shape and dimension
  6. Patient’s desire for new cup size and shape.

The number of breast enlargement operations is on the increase, and the demand for natural-looking breasts is even more apparent. Dr Hodgkinson has operated on thousands of patients over the years?and has drawn from this wide experience to perfect his methods for successful and attractive breast augmentation.

For more information on this procedure or if you would like to make a time for consultation with Dr Hodgkison on Breast Augmentation please contact Cosmetic and Restorative Surgery Clinic on :
02 9362 7400.
Ellie Dalvand
info@drhodgkinson.com.au

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