26 Jan Stretch Marks After Breast Augmentation?
Generally speaking, stretch marks occurring after breast augmentation surgery is not a concern a physician usually has. They tend to be extremely unlikely to occur after the procedure. There are a few things he will assess the patient to see if, in fact, a concern for stretch marks is a risk factor for you in particular.
Heredity and Breast Augmentation
Stretch marks, in most cases, seem to have genetic factors attached to them. In people who have the predisposition to stretch marks, rapid skin expansion with reduced elasticity coupled with weak skin surface strength seems to be the factors that determine whether or not stretch marks develop.
Large implants will not be tolerated in women with delicate, thin skin and those with firm, elastic skin. Both are at risk for not only stretch marks but also for drooping breasts and skin stretching. For these patients, the less weight their skin has to support the less likely the breasts will fall.
Obtaining Ultimate Breast Augmentation Results
To be sure, the likelihood of stretch marks after breast augmentation surgery is relatively small. However, if a woman has experienced stretch marks after pregnancy breast growth, there is a greater likelihood that stretch marks might develop after Breast Augmentation surgery. Implant size and weight should be a consideration.
Make sure you have a surgeon that will consider all options for the Breast Augmentation procedure. Clearly, a board certified plastic surgeon with experience and references is your go-to guy. Even the most unlikely scenarios should be taken into consideration before your surgery.
Contact Dr. Shaun Parson If You’re Considering Breast Augmentation
Contact Dr. Shaun Parson for a comprehensive and private breast augmentation consultation. We will leave nothing to chance as we make plans for your surgery. All aspects will be discussed and considered so that after all is said and done, you are pleased and excited with the final results of your surgery – 480-282-8386.