Important information

Prior to the breast enlargement operation, the doctor will conduct an in-depth interview with the patient. It is important to engage in an open and honest dialogue about your expectations with regards to the appearance and size of your breasts. It is also important to properly and correctly measure the breasts in order to choose the right implant and define the desired aesthetic result. Motiva Matrix implants consist of a filling material – a gel in soft, stable form, and a silicone coating specially designed to increase their durability.

Breast enlargement is a frequently performed procedure, but potential risks need to be discussed with the surgeon just like with any other operation. The procedure is painless due to the use of general anaesthesia. The doctor performs an incision, creating a special pocket in the breast tissue where the implant is placed. Once the implant has been placed, the incision is sutured.

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  • Timing of the operation 1.5-2h
  • Type of anaesthesia general
  • Stay at the clinic until the next day
  • blood type (laboratory report)
  • blood count, ESR
  • electrolyte concentration in blood serum: Na, K, Mg, Cl
  • glucose level (fasting)
  • ECG with description
  • HBs antigen quantification or HBV vaccination or HBV antibody quantification if vaccinated longer than 5 years ago
  • HCV antibody quantification
  • other examinations in case of co-morbidities
  • breast ultrasound examination with description
  • mammography with description (age 40+)

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Here are answers to frequently asked questions.

  • Frequently asked questions:

There is a broad choice of methods for the augmentation or remodelling of breasts. The most important division among the multiple classifications of these methods is the origin of the breast augmentation material – natural or artificial. Natural sources of breast volume augmentation material include: the patient’s own fat tissue (obtained from liposuction) and hyaluronic acid. Breast augmentation involves injecting fat or hyaluronic acid into the breast’s subcutaneous tissue. The downside of this method is the potentially short-term effect or insufficiently pronounced result. Additionally, fat tissue from other parts of the body – the back or the stomach – can be used in breast reconstruction.

The most popular method involves the use of breast implants. Breast augmentation is achieved by placing the implant under the muscle or under the mammary gland. This delivers a long-term and predictable enlargement. Modern implants are filled with silicone or saline solution.

There are multiple techniques for breast augmentation with implants which are placed under the muscle or under the gland: the incision is performed around the nipple, in the inframammary fold, or through a minimal incision within the armpit. Access from the armpit allows the scar to be smaller and in a less visible place. The distance between the incision in the armpit from the target location of the implant necessitates the preparation of a path for the implant, connecting the two points. Performing this procedure and creating the right path and pocket for the implant requires experience in endoscopic surgery as well as skills in operating tools – the endoscope, the endoscopic dissector and the implant guide.

The first and most obvious risk of breast augmentation is failure to achieve the desired aesthetic effect. That is why it is important to properly plan the breast augmentation and choose the right implant size. Equally important is the plastic surgeon’s experience. Newest generation implants reduce the risk of implant rupturing and leakage of the silicone gel, though the risk still exist in the event of trauma or accident.

Other risks of breast augmentation include capsular contracture. This is an adverse reaction and remodelling of the tissues in which the implant is located. It results in an unaesthetic appearance of the breast and requires remedial action. Rare risks include hematomas following implant placement, secretion of serous fluid into the implant bed, infection or an unaesthetic scar. The rarest risks include the development of anaplastic lymphoma.

The breasts are one of the most important attributes of womanhood. Every woman deserves to feel good in her body, but the body may sometimes not live up to expectations. A long-lasting discrepancy between expectations and reality can have a significant, negative impact on the woman’s psyche. Throughout the woman’s life the breasts are subjected to various physiological and pathological processes. During puberty the breasts undergo an intense transformation within several years to achieve their final form. This form may change during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Various illnesses – cancers, inflammations – and their treatment can negatively affect the shape, symmetry and size.

When the problem is that the breasts have lost their original appearance or had never met expectations, the woman may experience reduced self-appraisal, mood, self-esteem, withdrawal from social life, fear of exposing the body, or depression. Plastic surgery can change the appearance of the breasts and help achieve their desired appearance. After breast augmentation, women feel more confident in themselves and their appearance and overcome their insecurities. These changes can also positively affect their sex lives.

Breast implants are man-made, advanced medical devices which meet relevant safety standards. The history of modern implants goes back to the 1960s. Since then, implants have been improved, optimized and made safer. Today the most frequently used implants are coated with polyurethane, delivering superior safety and integration with the pocket formed under the muscle or mammary gland.

Implants are filled with silicone gel, which enables a natural-like effect of breast volume increase. Unlike implants filled with saline solution, silicone gel implants do not leak and shrink over the time. Modern implants are very safe and long-lasting, and create fewer complications, with less risk of rupture or capsular contracture.

When preparing for a consultation concerning any corrections of the breasts or other parts of the body, the basic question is to decide what kind of change we want. The plastic surgery specialist who will consult you is a doctor. His role is to examine you, ask the relevant questions, answer any questions and accompany you throughout the choice and treatment process.

The surgeon will want to know whether you want to increase or reduce the size of your breasts, even them out, or rebuild a removed breast.

If you know an example of a person whose breasts are close to your ideal, you may bring a photograph of that person. This visual representation of your expectations can facilitate the consultation. However, you need to keep in mind that depending on your anatomy, an experienced surgeon will assess whether the presented result is achievable and whether it will live up to your expectations. Everyone’s body is different and there are many ways to achieve the optimal effect.

Keep in mind that even if your acquaintance or a public figure has chosen a certain procedure, specific type of implant or technique, that solution might not be equally effective in our case. It is the role of the specialist to reasonably assess the situation and recommend the optimal solution tailored to your needs and body.
During the consultation, the surgeon will inspect your chest and take measurements in different anatomical planes. Please wear comfortable clothing that is easy to remove and put back on.

The consultation is the best opportunity to ask question about the technique of the operation, the size and type of implant, as well as other medical issues that might be unclear. If you have many questions prior to the visit, write them down so you don’t forget anything. Also write down any medication or supplements you take on a regular basis, as well as any chronic diseases you may be suffering from. Some medication may need to be discontinued or have its dosage changed during, prior or after the procedure.

No two women are the same, and no two breast augmentation procedures are identical – that is why Timeless provides individual care adjusted to the needs and expectations of each patient. The price of the procedure depends on your anatomical conditions, the expected result, the technique of the procedure and the potential need for additional corrections.

That is why it is not possible to present a general price list of our procedures. Following our ethics, Timeless does not post the minimum prices of procedures based on the price of the implant itself. Our specialists use techniques and plan the use of their tools in accordance with the individual preferences and needs of patients. This is possible after an in-depth examination and interview concerning your expectations. Below are frequently asked questions and answers. We did our best to answer all questions fully and factually, but if you need additional explanations, please contact us by phone, email or fill out the contact form on our site.