Awake Breast Augmentation ™


There is much that can be said when attempting to give beauty a true definition, the one statement that we at Wildwood Surgical Group believe holds true among all is that , “true beauty is in the eye of the beholder…”. A universally agreed upon fact is that between the male and female gender there exist numerous differences, but a common desire between them both is that, how you feel internally defines how you project yourself. We live in such a culturally rich and de-verse society, but among whatever differences exist, together we all struggle to maintain our youth.

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons it was estimated that in 2007 some 347,500 breast augmentation procedures were performed. Over the past few years breast augmentation has continued to grow in popularity and surpass other procedures that once were number one, such as awake smart liposuction, Awake Abdomino Plasty also known as “Tummy Tuck”, and many others. 
If you are not satisfied with your breast size, awake breast augmentation™  surgery is a choice to consider. Awake breast augmentation™  can:
Increase projection and fullness of your breasts
Balance your figure
Enhance your self-confidence and self-image
Awake breast augmentation™ is also know as augmentation mammaplasty, the process involves the use of local Tumescent Anesthesia which allows you to remain awake, and involved during the entire cosmetic procedure. For your viewing pleasure below this paragraph you will find a condensed video of the awake breast augmention.The implants are used to fulfill your desire for fuller breasts or to restore breast volume lost after pregnancy or weight reduction.
Awake Breast Augmentation™ History:
Implants have been used since at least 1895 for breast augment to increase the size or shape of women’s breasts. The earliest known implant was attempted by Vincenz Czerny, using a woman’s own adipose tissue (from a lipoma, a benign growth, on her back). Gersuny tried paraffin injections in 1889, with disastrous results. Subsequently, in the early to mid-1900s, a number of other substances were tried. In recent history, various creams and medicaments have been used in attempts to increase bust size, and Berson in 1945 and Maliniac in 1950 performed a flap-based breast augmentation by rotating the patient’s chest wall tissue into the breast to add volume. Various synthetics were used throughout the 1950s and 1960s, including silicone injections, which an estimated 50,000 women received. Development of silicone granulomas and hardening of the breasts were in some cases so severe that women needed to have mastectomies for treatment. 

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