BEFORE & AFTER GALLERIES
…. we offer many choices to deliver
the very ‘look’ you’re after!
(Smooth or Textured Surfaces)
Often preferred by those wanting a fuller upper breast ‘look’ or those with significant loss of upper breast volume after pregnancy or major weight loss.
Implants can be inserted either ‘under the muscle’ or ‘in front of the muscle’.
Round Implants are the only implant shape that can be inserted via the Trans-Axillary (Armpit) Approach.
An increasingly requested implant shape because of their ability to deliver a more natural, straight-line drape of skin from collar-bone down to nipple and thereby avoid a ‘stuck-on look’ from excessive upper breast fullness which can occur with Round Implants in patients with thin tissue coverage.
As Asian figures are generally more petite, special considerations are essential in terms of implant type, shape, size and surgical technique in order to create breasts that look impressively attractive and in proportion as opposed to overly large and obviously ‘fake’.
The ‘Armpit Approach’ is a very specialised (but not widely offered) technique of inserting implants through
a small incision within a natural skin crease in the hair-bearing section of the armpit – thereby avoiding
any scar on, or under the breast that could mar the appearance of an otherwise beautiful breast.
This is our preferred technique in those with a mild degree of sagging that is not sufficient to warrant ‘lift’ surgery. It involves placing the upper half of the implant ‘under the muscle’ in order to avoid any ‘step’ at the top of the breast, while at the same time having the lower half of the implant in direct contact with the breast tissue to deliver ‘lift’. This technique is possible with any type or shape of implant.
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Our Special Offer
All NEW Consultations are $165 (normally $330) until the end of this month.
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We accept payments from independent finance providers
EconFinance & Total Lifestyle Credit (TLC)
If you need to finance all or part of your procedure, National Regulations require that you must source your own funding through a bank or any number of Medical Loan Providers such as the above easily found by searching on Google.