According to recent data released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, breast augmentation is the most popular plastic surgery procedure in the U.S., which is no surprise given the natural results it can produce and the high degree of patient satisfaction. An advancement of traditional breast augmentation is called the Rapid Recovery Breast Augmentation. Read more about this technique and how it differs from traditional breast augmentation surgery.
What Makes a Breast Augmentation “Rapid Recovery”?
A specific operative and post-operative protocol that involves precise placement of breast implants plus an exact aftercare routine work synergistically to help patients recover from surgery much more quickly.
The Rapid Recovery technique allows for patients to be able to perform basic daily activities within 24 hours after surgery! However, in order to achieve this quick recovery, patients must be sure to follow San Francisco Plastic Surgeon Dr. Sieber’s specific post-op instructions.
Who is a Candidate?
Women who are unhappy with the size or shape of their breasts, are overall healthy, and understand the importance in closely following the post-operative instructions can often benefit from this program. Come into our office today to schedule a consultation!
What are the Benefits of Rapid Recovery Breast Augmentation?
This breast augmentation technique offers many benefits over traditional breast augmentations surgery, including:
- Quicker Recovery/ Shorter Downtime
- Less Discomfort
- Fewer Activity Restrictions
- Same Cost as Traditional Breast Augmentation
How Do I Know if I Am a Candidate for Breast Augmentation Surgery
The best way to determine if a rapid recovery breast augmentation is right for you is through a consultation with Dr. Sieber. During this time, he will perform an examination, discuss your medical history, and answer any questions that you may have. He will also create a 3D image of your breasts with the Vectra 3D system to create an image of what your breast augmentation results will look like for a clearer idea of your outcome.