There are multiple aspects of the breast augmentation procedure that can be changed to better suit the needs of the patient. This includes the location of the incisions, which can have a significant impact on the appearance and function of the breasts.
The inframammary incision is one of the more popular choices. It is made at the bottom of the breasts along the natural fold where the chest wall and breasts meet. This option offers well-hidden post-surgical marks and has a low risk of harming the nerves of the nipples and the milk ducts.
If you are interested in receiving a breast augmentation, contact our office to schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Mary Ann Contogiannis. She will help formulate a procedure plan that can provide you with your ideal results.