Breast enlargement is one of the most common breast augmentation NZ procedure women have done to their bodies. This procedure is designed to enhance the size, shape and texture of your breasts. At Marina Plastic Surgery, our chest surgeons hold your privacy in the highest regard.
A breast cancer lobby group says health officials must look closely at the worries surrounding some types of breast implants. Photo: rf. Australia's Therapeutic Goods Administration, or TGA, has suspended the sale and use of eight models of breast implants there amid global concern about links to a rare cancer.
A young New Zealand woman believes her breast implants were making her sick, and thousands of others say they are having similar experiences - but the medical community says there is no evidence of the link. Nikki Janes claims she suffered from 'breast implant illness'. Photo: Supplied to RNZ.
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Breast implants are prosthetic containers generally filled with either saline or silicone gel. Both have a silicone shell. Saline and silicone breast implants have similar risks.
To view this site you can download a newer version of Internet Explorer. Breast augmentation surgery is an operation to increase breast size and improve the way they project. A breast implant prosthesis is a shell made of medical silicone, filled with cohesive silicone gel or occasionally with saline sterile salt water.
I started thinking about getting a boob job after I started my health and wellness journey. My weight has fluctuated a lot over the years and I had ended up with very small A size boobies. If I was lucky on my period they would stretch up to an empty B.
Brunton-Rennie, 36, went from running marathons and competing in Ironmans, to being lethargic, foggy-headed and struggling to get out of bed in the morning. Further research is under way. The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration has announced that it was considering whether certain textured breast implants should remain available there.
Breast augmentation is a common consideration for women who have always had small breasts, or who have lost breast volume after breast feeding or weight loss. Dr Davis is very experienced at breast augmentation surgery. He gives advice to help women decide if this is an appropriate procedure and will help guide them with many decisions including about volume and shape.
Breast implants could be on the way out with a revolutionary technique using body fat making its way to New Zealand. French plastic surgeon Dr Emmanuel Delay visited Auckland last week to present a talk to specialists about a trending method overseas dubbed lipo-modelling. Delay - who was the keynote speaker at this year's combined conference of Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons and the New Zealand Association of Plastic Surgeons - said the procedure involved breast reconstruction or enlargement surgery that took fat cells from the stomach or thighs and injected them into the breast. He said it was becoming increasingly popular in Europe as women were more cautious of avoiding long-term issues from implants such as ruptures or capsular contracture.