Breast Augmentation


Breast augmentation, or with its well-known name “boob job” is an aesthetic surgery for enlargement of the breasts. This most common plastic surgery type uses breast implants or fat transfer to increase the size of the breasts. It can also restore breast volume lost after weight reduction or pregnancy, provide a more rounded and denser breast shape or improve congenital breast size asymmetry. 

Women were and are the primary object of focus for plastic surgeons. In recent years, some of the plastic surgeries became accepted in men. Still, it is women whose pursuit of better look and happiness are commonly accepted. Additionally, their search for rejuvenated and improved look is supported by ongoing developments in aesthetic medicine. Today, growing numbers of women may enjoy novelty techniques of plastic surgery as well as improved versions of classical procedures.

Breast augmentation (boob job) is a popular cosmetic surgery which aims to change the patient’s breast size. Breast enhancement may also be performed to change the shape of breasts or restore their previous volume, lost due to dramatic weight loss or medical conditions. Breast augmentation is also called as augmentation mammoplasty. In the surgery, the fat extracted from the other body part of the patient through liposuction may be used as well as artificial implants (silicone, saline implants).