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Andover and Lowell, Massachusetts - Nashua, Salem and Manchester, New Hampshire
Breast augmentation enjoys an impressive safety record and is considered a safe elective procedure. While there are some risks with breast augmentation, serious risks are extremely rare and can often be corrected with revision surgery. If you are considering breast augmentation in or around Andover, MA or Nashua, NH, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr.
Scaring is an inevitably when incisions are made. Incisions will need to be made during breast augmentation to place the implants. How you prepare for surgery, how well you follow post-operative advice, and which incision option you choose will play the largest roles in determining the visibility of these scars after you have healed.
Following breast augmentation, it is important that you keep your incisions dry and clean. This helps prevent bacterial growth and infection. It also helps protect against unnecessary delays in healing.
Proper incision healing relies on fibrocytes producing connective tissue - a process that that can be slowed or altered by soaking the area. For this reason, it is typically recommended that you wait for at least three to four weeks after breast augmentation before entering a pool or submerging yourself in a bathtub.