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Breast Augmentation in Naples, FL

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About Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation surgery is a procedure that redefines the breasts to result in a fuller look. It is generally known to be one of the most desired cosmetic surgeries, providing women who dislike their breasts effective opportunities for improvement. With the help of implants or fat from the patient's body, this enhancement surgery improves breast shape and size, and results in an appealing and youthful outcome. Naples, FL aesthetic plastic surgeon Dr. Andrea Basile is experienced in implementing this treatment and performs numerous breast augmentations every year. When you have your consultation at Basile Plastic Surgery, Dr. Basile will assess your aesthetic desires and concerns and inform you of all of the choices available, while also customizing a treatment plan to meet your personal goals.

Ideal Candidates

The decision to go through with mammoplasty (breast aug) surgery is a personal one for women. If you are thinking about having this procedure, it is essential you do it for yourself and nobody else. Ideal candidates should be healthy with breasts that are fully developed and be the proper age to have implants. Individuals who are unhappy with the size and shape of their chest because they seem shapeless could benefit from this cosmetic breast treatment. Moreover, if your breasts have changed due to aging, nursing, or weight loss, this cosmetic treatment can give them life with increased fullness. It is a welcomed option for those who work out with weights or have little to no original breast mass.

About Breast Implants

During your initial consultation with Dr. Basile, the appropriate implant will be selected based on your body size and shape, as well as the results you wish to achieve. Implants for augmentation are made in an assortment of shapes, sizes, profiles, and textures — each of which is considered carefully in order to reach the desired appearance. Still, the most commonly used implant types are silicone or saline, both widely popular and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). An important fact is that those considering implants made with saline must be 18 years old, while patients must be a minimum of 22 years old in order to undergo treatment with silicone. Other considerations include a form-stable implant known as a gummy bear implant and fat grafting (known as a fat transfer). In addition to the type of implant used, there are other distinct factors to decide.


Breast implant size is distinguished based on the cubic centimeters (CCs) of saline or silicone used. To pick the right volume, Dr. Basile will measure how much native breast tissue exists and the size you hope to achieve. In the operating room, it is normal for Dr. Basile to temporarily switch out various implants to get a better idea on a suitable fit.


Implants come in either a teardrop or round shape. Both of these shapes are widely used; however, most of our patients decide on a round implant. It generally looks and feels more natural while adding a fullness to the top of the breast that a large percentage of patients look for.


Implant profile equates to how far out the implant looks (projection). In other words, this is what is visible from the side angle. Most projections include low to extra high ranges.

Making Your Choices

We understand all of the considerations may be overwhelming, but agreeing on the appropriate implant is somewhat easy once the patient's desires are understood during the consultation. These considerations, coupled with the expertise of Dr. Basile help to ensure the anticipated outcome is met.

Surgical Technique

Incision placement, as well as implant location, are discussion points that are generally made ahead of surgery. During breast augmentation, the chosen incision is created and then the appropriate breast implant will be placed into its position. There are two techniques that may be chosen for implant placement. These are either under the pectoral muscle or behind the breast tissue but over the pectoral muscle. Where to insert the breast implant depends on varying factors including the overall type and size of the implant, along with the expertise of Dr. Basile. No matter where the incision is placed, scarring is generally minimal. Placement and location are based on your implant size, activity level, and body type.

What to Expect

Breast augmentation is an outpatient procedure with the patient under general anesthesia. Following the incision, the implant chosen for enhancement will be moved through the incision opening and deposited into a pouch surgically created and then secured into its correct position. Once the implant is in position, the incision is carefully secured with skin adhesives or sutures. Each patient will be taken to a private recovery space and observed and monitored prior to being released. You will be instructed to continue wearing a recovery compression bra to help reduce swelling. Several days after surgery, the bruising and swelling will begin to slowly go away, and the breasts will start to look and feel normal as they fall into their new position. A large percentage of patients can engage in everyday activities within a few days; however, physical exertion such as exercise should be delayed for a minimum of a couple of months. Cosmetic breast surgery results in gorgeous outcomes that feel and appear both normal and natural. This procedure oftentimes can be a life changer for many women, offering them the opportunity to feel more comfortable in their own skin.

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Breast enhancement surgery with implants is well sought out for many excellent reasons. This cosmetic surgery is considered safe and creates amazing aesthetic results. With numerous available considerations, you can have the bustline you have always wanted. Basile Plastic Surgery is pleased to offer this proven surgery, and we welcome you to learn more. Contact us in Naples, FL to make your initial consultation with Dr. Andrea Basile.

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