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Breast augmentation by prosthesis​

If you are considering breast augmentation, one of the things you may be wondering about is the scar. It is understandable to want to know how visible your scars will be after the operation. Here's the good news: thanks to modern surgical techniques, your scars can be placed in less visible places. And with a little attention, they can be almost imperceptible.

Your surgeon will work with you to determine the best location for your scars, based on your anatomy and the technical constraints of your breast shape. In the majority of cases Dr. Veber uses a "smiley" scar around the areola because the specificity of the skin makes the scar almost invisible in the long term, this is even more true if you choose the option of use laserUrgotouch at the end of surgery to stimulate healing proteins in the very first post-operative hours. 

Knowing that you will have some control over the location of your scars can help you have peace of mind when undergoing this life-changing procedure.

Of course, it's also important to choose a knowledgeable and experienced surgeon who can minimize the appearance of your scars. Dr. Veber is a triple board certified plastic surgeon with decades of experience in the field of breast augmentation. He will take all necessary measures to ensure that your scars are as discreet as possible.

If you're ready to take the next step to getting the body of your dreams, book an appointment with Capital Care today.


Looking for a way to increase your breast size? Breast augmentation surgery may be for you! This popular procedure uses implants to achieve bigger, fuller breasts. Today, breast implants undergo rigorous checks to ensure their safety, so you can be confident in your decision to improve your appearance.

Procedure of the intervention

He surgeon makes an incision of approximately 4 cm around your areola in order to insert the breast prostheses in the desired location.

The location of the prosthesis in the breast, defined beforehand, may vary according to the indications of the surgeon. The retro-glandular position is where the prosthesis is placed behind the mammary gland. The sub-pectoral position is where it is placed behind the pectoral muscle. The "Dual Plan" position is the one where it is placed partially behind the mammary gland and partially behind the pectoral muscle, it is the technique, the most modern and the most technically accomplished to date, which is favored by Dr. Veber.

Results: Before /After

Recovery and scars after breast augmentation

After the operation, the prescription of analgesics will reduce some of the patient's pain. The appearance of edema fades after 3 weeks. A week of rest is required, as well as a compression garment that must be worn day and night for 4 weeks.


Sports activity can be resumed after only two months. The results obtained following the fitting of a breast prosthesis are guaranteed, visible and permanent. The day after the operation, you will already be able to see the increase in volume of your new breasts.


You will experience pain and discomfort for the first few days, but this will quickly fade as your body adjusts to the new implants. There may be some swelling and bruising, but this should also dissipate within a few weeks.


In most cases, you will be able to resume your normal activities after about two months. This includes all forms of exercise, including running, swimming, and weightlifting. However, you should avoid high-impact activities for at least six weeks to give your body time to heal.


After a period of one year, the scar will be invisible.

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