Breast augmentation is the most popular type of cosmetic surgery performed in the United States. Many women are self-conscious about the small size of their breasts and seek out breast augmentation as a way to improve their self-image and self confidence.
The advancements in implant technology allow for incredibly natural results but the one downside to traditional breast augmentation techniques is that they leave a visible scar on, or near the breasts. Thankfully there is a way around this problem through the use of a technique called ‘transaxillary breast augmentation’.
What is transaxillary (no-scar) breast augmentation?
Transaxillary breast augmentation is a technique that’s used to perform breast augmentation where no scars are left on the breasts themselves. Using the transaxillary method, the incision is made at the armpit rather than at the fold where the breast meets the chest well, as is often the case.
By inserting the implants through the armpit incision, it means that they can be put in place without there being any scars left on the breasts. Not only this, but because of where they’re made the scars are also hidden from plain sight altogether.
Dr Lynam specializes in performing breast augmentation using the transaxillary method and because of the high demand for this type of procedure, he is launching a new website – nobreastscar.com
The site will be a comprehensive resource for breast augmentation surgery and will contain information on the different types of breast implants available, the different techniques that can be used and the pros and cons of each. The site will launch soon and will be an invaluable resource for those who are considering breast augmentation surgery.
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