An innovative breast augmentation technique
Subfascial breast augmentation is a relatively recent development.
This technique of Brazilian origin avoids the drawbacks with sub-muscular techniques whose implants may appear too high, not falling enough, or distorted during muscle contractions. This technique also allows a shorter recovery period.
Each muscle in the body has a specific shape. This is due to a very thin, but extremely tough, layer of tissue called the fascia. Subfascial breast augmentation uses this layer and uses it to protect and support the implant, without removing muscle attachments from the ribs.
Often, implants placed under the muscle initially appear too “high” and may take some time to settle into their final position. Another advantage of the subfascial approach is that the implants are immediately placed in their ideal position. The consequences are simpler, less painful, which reduces the duration of social exclusion or work stoppage.
Dr. Christophe Desouches has recognized experience in the technique of sub-fascial breast augmentation to help you have an embellished breast.
Benefits of the subfascial position
Avoids the bulging appearance often caused by submuscular positioning, providing a more natural slope to the upper breast.
Less traumatic surgery because the muscle is not released from the chest wall.
Reduced postoperative downtime. In general, patients can return to work after two or three days and can resume exercise after two weeks.
Prevents deformation by muscle movements which are often visible after submuscular positioning in active or athletic patients.
Dr Christophe Desouches has offered numerous breast augmentation treatments for decades. Whatever form of implant you prefer or the implant position you want, he will give you the best advice to bring you the results you want.
If you are considering breast augmentation, please contact us to see if subfascial breast augmentation is the right choice for you.