A typical breast augmentation can help women attain firmer, fuller, and better-shaped breasts– which is why it’s one of the most performed cosmetic surgeries. Moreover, many studies have shown that breast surgery can substantially help boost self-esteem, self-confidence, as well as sexual satisfaction.
However, not everyone is comfortable with the thought of going under the knife for a cosmetic procedure. Fortunately, with the advancement of technology nowadays, Wave Plastic Surgery is able to achieve a natural result with a minimally invasive technique called endoscopic breast augmentation.
So What Is Endoscopic Breast Augmentation?
Endoscopic breast augmentation is a procedure that adopted the cutting-edge technology of using an endoscope for a breast augmentation procedure. It places a tubular probe with a small camera on the end into the patient’s chest, allowing the surgeon to see within the patient’s chest wall during the procedure.
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This provides a magnified visualization of the body’s internal structure (usually 50-100 times larger) which improves the accuracy of the surgery and helps avoid common problems —such as nerve and blood vessel damage— caused by more traditional breast surgeries due to the lack of visuals.
Check Out The Benefits!
- A clear, magnified visual makes a safe cosmetic procedure
Just like the aforementioned procedure, endoscopic breast augmentation improves the accuracy of the surgery and avoid the common problems caused by more traditional surgeries.
- Minimally invasive means quicker recovery & little to no scarring!
The high accuracy of the procedure also means minimal scars and damage— (thus avoiding capsular contracture, breast hardening, distortion, hematoma, paresthesia, infection, and other symptoms). For an endoscopic breast augmentation, a very small incision is made underneath the armpit, so scars are unnoticeable!
- Great result, natural touch
The result of an endoscopic breast augmentation is highly satisfying with a firmer, fuller shape, as well as more natural shape and touch. According to the latest study from the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, among all the patients who received endoscopic breast augmentation, 85% are “very satisfied”, 12% are satisfied, and only 3% are not satisfied with the result.