Breast augmentation in Abilene, TX can help you achieve the fuller bust you desire. This procedure provides fuller breasts by surgically inserting implants beneath the muscle or breast tissue. Breast augmentation can also help mitigate a loss of fullness in the breasts caused by a variety of circumstances, including weight fluctuation, aging, and breastfeeding.
Breast augmentation in Abilene, TX helps:
- Produce larger breasts
- Correct misshapen breasts or asymmetry
- Balance uneven breast size
- Boost confidence
Before & Afters
FAQs: Breast Augmentation
In Abilene, TX
Dr. Bridge uses silicone gel implants for most breast augmentation procedures.
During your personal consultation, we will give you sizers to try on so you can test how each size feels. Dr. Bridge is an expert at achieving flattering, natural-looking enhancement that blends seamlessly with your natural contours.
Breast augmentation is an outpatient procedure. The procedure itself can be done in a couple of hours, though you should plan to spend the day at the hospital since you will have to be prepped for your procedure. You will be taken to a recovery room following your breast augmentation.
This procedure typically requires general anesthesia. For this reason, we recommend you ask a friend or loved one to transport you home from your breast augmentation procedure.
Each patient is unique, but in most cases, we recommend that you wait up to 2 weeks before returning to work and engaging in light activity. You should wait at least six weeks before returning to vigorous activity.
We ask that you wear a surgical support bra for about two weeks following your procedure. This will aid in healing and provide the support needed for your breasts to take on the proper shape and balance.
This can vary patient-to-patient. Some patients may be able to breastfeed after having had a breast augmentation; others may not.
Breast augmentation procedures are not a replacement for regular mammograms and health screenings. You will still be able to get a mammogram, and should do so at regular intervals. When you get a mammogram, inform the technician that you have a breast implant or implants, so that the proper views can be obtained.
The best way to start is with a consultation. Call us at 325.670.5320 or fill out our consultation request form online.