Are you looking for a Breast Augmentation in the Garden Grove Area?
Breast Augmentation Surgery
Breast augmentation surgery (or enlargement) is generally performed on women with underdeveloped breasts or on women who have experienced a decrease in breast size or shape due to pregnancy or weight loss.
The surgery consists of lifting the breast tissue and placing an envelope containing a soft, natural-feeling implant material underneath the pectoral muscle.
Dr. Chugay uses the Rolls Royce of saline implants – the type of natural-feeling durable implants of the highest quality. These implants carry a lifetime warranty for the implant and on any possible rupture or defect. They have the lowest defect statistics on the market (7% leak rate noted). Replacement within the warranty period is free. Saline solution is the safest material as it is similar to natural body fluids.
Dr. Chugay chooses to perform the majority of his breast augmentations near Garden Grove, approximately 70% of them, with silicone implants. Silicone implants have a much more natural feel and have been demonstrated to have a very low leak rate (1% leak rate noted). Despite previous litigation against breast implant manufacturers, as of November 2006 the FDA has again approved silicone implants for use in breast augmentation.
Dr. Chugay’s philosophy is to select the best and the safest materials for his patients. Whether you would prefer to have saline or silicone implants, Dr. Chugay will customize your surgery to give you the best result possible.
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Dr. Chugay makes the cut in the areola of the breast. The scar is imperceptible, and yet, the access to molding and shaping of the breast is greatest through this approach.
The more traditional approaches in Garden Grove, CA of making a cut in the inframammary fold (under the breast) produces noticeable scars, especially in darker-pigmented people. The axillary approach (cutting from the armpit) touted by some physicians, can cause an unwarranted nerve injury affecting nerves that supply sensation to the arm with the resulting possibility of partial or complete numbness. Scar contracture may also result from that approach. When the contracture happens in the armpit, it may cause a mild to serious weakness in the arm.
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