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The Surgical Artist's Blog

Breast Augmentation and Scarring: The Southern Surgical Arts Difference

Posted by Chad Deal on Mar 7, 2016 12:56:00 PM

When you consider having a breast augmentation, you may be so focused on what type of implant to use, or in choosing the implant size that best suits your frame, that you might not consider incisions and scarring. However, a talented cosmetic surgeon with an eye for artistry knows that incision size and placement are important factors in achieving the most beautiful, natural-looking outcome for his patient.

The following infographic illustrates the most common incision patterns used at Southern Surgical Arts, chosen in part because they provide the smallest, least visible scars. Whether they are disguised in the armpit, under the mammary fold, or around the areola, these incision locations provide your surgeon with excellent control so that he can achieve the most symmetrical results possible, as well as virtually invisible scars.

Also illustrated is an incision pattern not used at Southern Surgical Arts because this technique results in less control for the surgeon and variable results in symmetry.

Want to see some real-life results? View our before and after picture gallery to learn why it’s so important to choose a surgeon who has a focus on artistry and the surgical skill to make that artistic vision come to life.

If want to learn more about breast augmentation, please call Southern Surgical Arts at 423.266.3331 to take advantage of a FREE personal consultation with Dr. Nease or Dr. Deal. 

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Topics: Breast Lift, Breast