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The best breast augmentation Melbourne is here.

Have fuller, more beautiful breasts to achieve that perfect body silhouette.

Call or visit Best Breast implants Melbourne so we can start your stunning transformation now!

The best breast augmentation Melbourne is here.

Have fuller, more beautiful breasts to achieve that perfect body silhouette.

Call or visit Best Breast implants Melbourne so we can start your stunning transformation now!

Why breast augmentation?

There are many reasons why breast augmentation is one of the most common and wanted cosmetic surgery procedures not only in Australia but the whole world! Some women wanted to enhance the volume of their breasts since they have naturally small breasts. Some have asymmetrical breasts and want to balance them out. Some underwent a mastectomy due to an illness, accident, or injury, and would want to reconstruct their breasts. All these reasons some up to one essential objective, and that is to feel and look good.

Why breast augmentation?

There are many reasons why breast augmentation is one of the most common and wanted cosmetic surgery procedures not only in Australia but the whole world! Some women wanted to enhance the volume of their breasts since they have naturally small breasts. Some have asymmetrical breasts and want to balance them out. Some underwent a mastectomy due to an illness, accident, or injury, and would want to reconstruct their breasts. All these reasons some up to one essential objective, and that is to feel and look good.

How to choose the best breast implants for you?

We all know that every one of us has different needs and unique preferences, so there is no cookie cutter technique to perform breast enhancement surgeries. That is also the reason why there are so many kinds of breast implants, based on size, filling material, shape, and texture. Breast augmentation procedures also differ depending on the amount of breast tissue you have, the level of projection you would want your breasts to attain, the placement of the implants, and the incision where the implants are to be inserted, among other things.

The best way to determine how your breast augmentation surgery would take place is to consult your trusted plastic surgeon at Best Breast Implants Melbourne. Their years of experience translate into unquestionable expertise in handling all kinds of breast issues people have. Let our top plastic surgeons create an individualised breast enhancement procedure that would perfectly suit your condition.

How to choose the best breast implants for you?

We all know that every one of us has different needs and unique preferences, so there is no cookie cutter technique to perform breast enhancement surgeries. That is also the reason why there are so many kinds of breast implants, based on size, filling material, shape, and texture. Breast augmentation procedures also differ depending on the amount of breast tissue you have, the level of projection you would want your breasts to attain, the placement of the implants, and the incision where the implants are to be inserted, among other things.

The best way to determine how your breast augmentation surgery would take place is to consult your trusted plastic surgeon at Best Breast Implants Melbourne. Their years of experience translate into unquestionable expertise in handling all kinds of breast issues people have. Let our top plastic surgeons create an individualised breast enhancement procedure that would perfectly suit your condition.

About Us

Beauty enhancements should suit the body, not the other way around. It should improve your inner beauty, and make you feel and look good about yourself at the same time. That is what Best Breast Implants Melbourne wants to achieve even from the very first time we started our practice.

About Us

Beauty enhancements should suit the body, not the other way around. It should improve your inner beauty, and make you feel and look good about yourself at the same time. That is what Best Breast Implants Melbourne wants to achieve even from the very first time we started our practice.

Is fat transfer breast augmentation better?

For patients who are hesitant to have artificial breast enhancements using breast implants, plastic surgeons turn to fat transfer breast augmentation as the most natural procedure to increase the volume and improve the shape of their breasts. In using this method, excess body fat is removed or harvested from a body part (usually the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, etc.) through liposuction and then transferred or transplanted to your breasts via small inconspicuous incisions. This procedure results in an increase in breast volume up to a cup size.  Although this procedure sounds ideal, many patients who inquired about this are not pleased to know about its downsides:

  • It is more expensive than using breast implants for breast augmentation. Undergoing fat transfer breast augmentation also requires liposuction, so the procedure entails paying for two surgeries.
  • Its effect is unpredictable. Depending on how your breasts would accommodate the transplanted body fat, the increase in breast size may differ than what is expected by your plastic surgeon.
  • Its effect may not last long. There is a very big possibility that the body fat transferred to the breast may become reabsorbed by the body, so the breast enhancement may disappear in a few months or years’ time.

If you want to know more about breast enhancement procedures, do not hesitate to contact Best Breast Implants Melbourne so we can help you find the best option that would suit you and your needs!

Is fat transfer breast augmentation better?

For patients who are hesitant to have artificial breast enhancements using breast implants, plastic surgeons turn to fat transfer breast augmentation as the most natural procedure to increase the volume and improve the shape of their breasts. In using this method, excess body fat is removed or harvested from a body part (usually the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, etc.) through liposuction and then transferred or transplanted to your breasts via small inconspicuous incisions. This procedure results in an increase in breast volume up to a cup size.  Although this procedure sounds ideal, many patients who inquired about this are not pleased to know about its downsides:

  • It is more expensive than using breast implants for breast augmentation. Undergoing fat transfer breast augmentation also requires liposuction, so the procedure entails paying for two surgeries.
  • Its effect is unpredictable. Depending on how your breasts would accommodate the transplanted body fat, the increase in breast size may differ than what is expected by your plastic surgeon.
  • Its effect may not last long. There is a very big possibility that the body fat transferred to the breast may become reabsorbed by the body, so the breast enhancement may disappear in a few months or years’ time.

If you want to know more about breast enhancement procedures, do not hesitate to contact Best Breast Implants Melbourne so we can help you find the best option that would suit you and your needs!

Additional information about breast augmentation using breast implants

Kinds of breast implants
  • Based on Size. Our breast augmentation specialists can guide you in choosing the perfect size that looks good on you but is still proportionate to your body. To help you decide which projection or size looks best, we will show you images from different previous operations focusing on the range of breast sizes we can offer. This is indeed an important process, and we devote necessary time in assisting you to ensure that you feel comfortable and sure of your choice.
  • Based on filling material. Breast implants are filled with either sterile salt water (saline) or silicone gel (silicone). Both can be soft and natural-looking depending on its positioning. In cases of rupture, saline implants deflate and the filling gets reabsorbed and excreted by the body. Silicone implants, on the other hand, tend to retain its form, a definite improvement from past silicone implants whose filling is less gummy that it spills throughout the breast tissue and causes lumps or breast implant-associate granulomas. There are other pros and cons for both implants, so ask your plastic surgeon which type would suit your needs best.
  • Based on Shape. Round implants are considered traditional breast implants in that it is the usual choice of patients when it comes to enhancing the overall look and profile of the breasts. This type of breast implant increases the volume of the upper and lower bases of the breasts. Teardrop implants are also called anatomical implants since it resembles the structural form of a natural breast. Narrower on the upper part that subtly glides to a fuller lower base makes your breast enhancement look natural and effortless. Choosing between these two would depend on how you want your augmentation to look like.
Kinds of breast augmentation incisions
  • Inframammary route. This is the most common and the safest incision type in breast augmentation. The incision is found under the breast and along the crease. This route fits all kinds of breast implants, and it gives the best access to create a breast pocket that would hold the implant in place.
  • Transaxillary route. This is the alternative for patients who do not want scars in their breast post breast augmentation. Using specialised surgical instruments, the breast implants are carefully inserted in a small incision made on an inconspicuous fold on each armpit and gently position them in their corresponding pocket.
  • Periareolar route. The incision is located around the areola, the dark pigmented part in the centre of the breasts. Patients who have this route for their breast augmentation surgery need not worry about scars since the darkened pigmentation of the areola hides them. Small breast implants can be accommodated through this route, but if your enhancement needs a bigger implant, this incision site may not be recommended.
  • Transumbilical route. This is the breast augmentation route very seldom, if not even, used in Australia. This is where the breast implants are inserted using an incision on the umbilical area. Before, this route is used for saline implants that are initially deflated. Once the said implants are positioned in the breast, a syringe filled with saline water inflates the implants. It was ideal for patients who wanted their scars to be totally hidden, but this technique is very rarely, or no longer, used in modern times.
Limitations of breast augmentation
  • Breast augmentation is not the answer for sagging breasts. In fact, adding volume to your breasts may worsen the drooping of your breasts. Plastic surgeons at Best Breast Implants Melbourne recommend combining mastopexy or breast lift with your breast augmentation surgery so excess skin can be removed to let the breasts get lifted and look youthful and perky once again.
  • Breasts implants do not last a lifetime. Unfortunately, your breast implants’ life span is said to last up to 10 years. Replacement of your breast implants is needed, sometimes even before the 10-year mark.
  • Breast augmentation is not for everybody. Some patients who wanted to have their breasts enhanced sadly cannot undergo breast augmentation. Here are some examples of circumstances that limit patients from having a breast augmentation surgery using breast implants:

 

  • They are still breastfeeding or pregnant
  • They are currently suffering from cancer or undergoing treatment for it
  • They have blood clotting or wound healing problems, especially smoking patients
  • They have autoimmune diseases or compromised immune system
  • They have sagging breasts with enough breast tissue to forego breast implants
Risks and complications
Any surgical procedure can entail risks and difficulties along the way. Breast augmentation surgery is no exception. Unwanted short-term complications include swelling of the operative area, tenderness, bruising, and bleeding. These usual symptoms and complaints should subside over time and should not persist. If it does, it signals the presence of infection, which is also one of the most common adverse effects or complication of breast augmentation. Other potential risks and unwanted complications include:

  • Capsular contracture
  • Blood clot formation
  • Obvious scarring or keloid formation
  • Change in breast sensation
  • Difficulty breastfeeding
  • Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL)
  • Implant displacement or failure
Cost of breast augmentation
Many plastic surgeons in Australia would not divulge detailed information about the cost of their breast augmentation surgery on their websites or advertisements. This is because prices vary from surgeon to surgeon, clinic to clinic, and location to location. However, to give you an idea on how much you should budget if you are considering getting breast augmentation surgery, the cost estimate of breast augmentation in Melbourne is around $6000 and $12000. This may include the surgeon’s fees, hospital or surgical costs, anaesthesia fees, medication, and pre-procedural tests. Be sure to discuss with your surgeon your financial concerns so a clearer and more detailed computation of your procedure cost may be provided for you. Contact Best Breast Implants Melbourne now, and avail of our affordable payment plans to make your transformation convenient and easy on the budget.

Additional information about breast augmentation using breast implants

Kinds of breast implants
  • Based on Size. Our breast augmentation specialists can guide you in choosing the perfect size that looks good on you but is still proportionate to your body. To help you decide which projection or size looks best, we will show you images from different previous operations focusing on the range of breast sizes we can offer. This is indeed an important process, and we devote necessary time in assisting you to ensure that you feel comfortable and sure of your choice.
  • Based on filling material. Breast implants are filled with either sterile salt water (saline) or silicone gel (silicone). Both can be soft and natural-looking depending on its positioning. In cases of rupture, saline implants deflate and the filling gets reabsorbed and excreted by the body. Silicone implants, on the other hand, tend to retain its form, a definite improvement from past silicone implants whose filling is less gummy that it spills throughout the breast tissue and causes lumps or breast implant-associate granulomas. There are other pros and cons for both implants, so ask your plastic surgeon which type would suit your needs best.
  • Based on Shape. Round implants are considered traditional breast implants in that it is the usual choice of patients when it comes to enhancing the overall look and profile of the breasts. This type of breast implant increases the volume of the upper and lower bases of the breasts. Teardrop implants are also called anatomical implants since it resembles the structural form of a natural breast. Narrower on the upper part that subtly glides to a fuller lower base makes your breast enhancement look natural and effortless. Choosing between these two would depend on how you want your augmentation to look like.
Kinds of breast augmentation incisions
  • Inframammary route. This is the most common and the safest incision type in breast augmentation. The incision is found under the breast and along the crease. This route fits all kinds of breast implants, and it gives the best access to create a breast pocket that would hold the implant in place.
  • Transaxillary route. This is the alternative for patients who do not want scars in their breast post breast augmentation. Using specialised surgical instruments, the breast implants are carefully inserted in a small incision made on an inconspicuous fold on each armpit and gently position them in their corresponding pocket.
  • Periareolar route. The incision is located around the areola, the dark pigmented part in the centre of the breasts. Patients who have this route for their breast augmentation surgery need not worry about scars since the darkened pigmentation of the areola hides them. Small breast implants can be accommodated through this route, but if your enhancement needs a bigger implant, this incision site may not be recommended.
  • Transumbilical route. This is the breast augmentation route very seldom, if not even, used in Australia. This is where the breast implants are inserted using an incision on the umbilical area. Before, this route is used for saline implants that are initially deflated. Once the said implants are positioned in the breast, a syringe filled with saline water inflates the implants. It was ideal for patients who wanted their scars to be totally hidden, but this technique is very rarely, or no longer, used in modern times.
Limitations of breast augmentation
  • Breast augmentation is not the answer for sagging breasts. In fact, adding volume to your breasts may worsen the drooping of your breasts. Plastic surgeons at Best Breast Implants Melbourne recommend combining mastopexy or breast lift with your breast augmentation surgery so excess skin can be removed to let the breasts get lifted and look youthful and perky once again.
  • Breasts implants do not last a lifetime. Unfortunately, your breast implants’ life span is said to last up to 10 years. Replacement of your breast implants is needed, sometimes even before the 10-year mark.
  • Breast augmentation is not for everybody. Some patients who wanted to have their breasts enhanced sadly cannot undergo breast augmentation. Here are some examples of circumstances that limit patients from having a breast augmentation surgery using breast implants:

 

  • They are still breastfeeding or pregnant
  • They are currently suffering from cancer or undergoing treatment for it
  • They have blood clotting or wound healing problems, especially smoking patients
  • They have autoimmune diseases or compromised immune system
  • They have sagging breasts with enough breast tissue to forego breast implants
Risks and complications
Any surgical procedure can entail risks and difficulties along the way. Breast augmentation surgery is no exception. Unwanted short-term complications include swelling of the operative area, tenderness, bruising, and bleeding. These usual symptoms and complaints should subside over time and should not persist. If it does, it signals the presence of infection, which is also one of the most common adverse effects or complication of breast augmentation. Other potential risks and unwanted complications include:

  • Capsular contracture
  • Blood clot formation
  • Obvious scarring or keloid formation
  • Change in breast sensation
  • Difficulty breastfeeding
  • Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL)
  • Implant displacement or failure
Cost of breast augmentation
Many plastic surgeons in Australia would not divulge detailed information about the cost of their breast augmentation surgery on their websites or advertisements. This is because prices vary from surgeon to surgeon, clinic to clinic, and location to location. However, to give you an idea on how much you should budget if you are considering getting breast augmentation surgery, the cost estimate of breast augmentation in Melbourne is around $6000 and $12000. This may include the surgeon’s fees, hospital or surgical costs, anaesthesia fees, medication, and pre-procedural tests. Be sure to discuss with your surgeon your financial concerns so a clearer and more detailed computation of your procedure cost may be provided for you. Contact Best Breast Implants Melbourne now, and avail of our affordable payment plans to make your transformation convenient and easy on the budget.

Interested in what we can do for you?

We at Best Breast Implants Melbourne are more than willing to accommodate all your queries and concerns.

Interested in what we can do for you?

We at Best Breast Implants Melbourne are more than willing to accommodate all your queries and concerns.