Breast Augmentation with our partners offers a variety of techniques with experienced specialists, achieving the look you want while having peace of mind and getting a great price. Don’t settle for something mediocre. You’re amazing and deserve an amazing provider.
What is A Breast Augmentation?
Breast augmentation is a cosmetic procedure to increase breast size and enhance breast shape, typically through the placement of silicone or saline breast implants. The ultimate goal is to enhance a woman’s natural proportions and create a more symmetrical, aesthetically pleasing breast profile.
Breast augmentation might help you:
- Enhance your appearance if you think your breasts are small or that one is smaller than the other.
- Adjust for a reduction in the size of your breasts after pregnancy or significant weight loss
- Improve your self-confidence
Discuss your goals with your cosmetic surgeon so that you can fully understand what breast augmentation can do for you.
Types Of Breast Augmentation
Today there are more choices than ever to help you customize your new look. Whether you’d like more dramatic curves or a modest boost in cleavage, there’s an option for you. Here are some options to consider:
Saline, Silicone Gel, or Highly Cohesive Silicone “Gummy Bear” Implants. There are some differences in cost, feel, and incision requirements that you will want discuss with your cosmetic surgeon.
Saline & Silicone Gel implants are generally round, while gummy bear implants have shaped options. Round implants usually achieve a fuller upper breast, while shaped implants can achieve more of a sloping profile.
You will need to choose a profile based on your existing proportions and your goals. Petite women may require a higher profile implant to achieve the desired size and shape
You may wonder, “Will there be scars and what will they look like?” Generally breast augmentation incisions are easily hidden and often not readily visible. The cosmetic surgeon will generally use one of these incision techniques:
A small incision in the crease beneath the breast, the inframammary fold. Typically a 1 to 2 inch scar that is concealed in the crease.
This incision is around the outer edge of the nipple, so the resulting scar is border of the pigmented nipple and the breast skin.
This is a small incision made in the armpit. This leaves a small scar in the armpit but no scar on the breast itself.
This is an incision just above the belly button and the implant is inserted up under the skin to the breast with no scar on the breast.
How Getting A Breast Augmentation Works
First, review the content on this page to get an understanding of breast augmentation and make notes about any questions you have.
Next, review the locations that suit you submit a price quote request.
Then, if you wish to meet the surgeon, we’ll schedule that with the surgeon to discuss your goals and any other conditions that may affect surgery. This could be an initial video conference call for you to get a sense of the whole process, followed by an in person examination and review of the process as well as Q&A. Or, you may wish to go directly to exam and consultation. Once you’ve decided on the options that best suit you and the surgeon has a good understanding of your vision, the procedure process begins:
The surgeon will expect payment before scheduling the procedure. You may pay uMed online with a credit card, debit card or ACH. If you wish to spread payments out over time, we can arrange quick and convenient financing through our lending partners. Just complete the Financing Request and we will find the three best financing offers for you.
The Surgeon’s office will schedule this with you directly. This appointment if to finalize documentation, any per-op testing, any measurements required or for any additional examination.
You will receive specific instructions about dietary restrictions, timing of the procedure and your recovery, and transportation home after the procedure.
Once you arrive at the appointed time, you will change into the surgical gown and be prepared by the nurse for anesthesia and the procedure.
It will take an hour or two to recover from anesthesia and be ready to go home. Someone will need to drive you since you cannot drive for a while after anesthesia and the surgeon may restrict driving for a while. Before you go home you will be give contact information in case you have any problem and a follow up appointment (in writing, since you may be forgetful for a while after anesthesia).
The uMedMarket Process:
Finding A Provider
We will ask a few critical questions, then match you with a provider who we have determined meets your needs. The first priority is safety. We make sure the surgeon or provider is qualified and doesn’t have any red flags in their history. We then look for outcomes, price, convenience to you and more. We can set up a consultation with the surgeon that has no commitment. One of the most important things in cosmetic surgery is that the provider understands your vision and knows what you want. If you and the recommended provider don’t mesh, that’s totally fine! We’ll find you another, quality provider who can meet your needs and let you discuss your plans with them to make sure they understand.
The uMedMarket Process:
Once you’re comfortable with your surgeon, we will defer to their process. They will likely prefer an in person meeting (if they haven’t had one already) to get a better idea of how you are built and what techniques and processes they will need to prepare for. After this process, we will work with the surgeon to get a price. Once that price is set, we will share it with you. Up to this point, there is no obligation. If you decide you don’t want to go through with it, just let us know!
The uMedMarket Process:
Let’s Do It!
To commit and lock down your procedure date, we will send you an invoice. Once you pay, you will be all set! The surgeon’s office will give you instructions on how to prepare and what to do beforehand as well as after the surgery. Once your surgery is complete, we will contact you to make sure you are happy with the results! If not, we will help talk with the surgeon about what the next steps are to improve the outcome.