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Boob Job in Turkey

 

Breast augmentation, also known as a boob job is a surgical procedure to increase the size of womens breasts by placing breast implants under your chest muscles.

This procedure enhances the size of the breasts, corrects uneven breasts, and makes adjustments to the breasts after pregnancy or weight loss, helping women regain confidence in their appearance.

How to prepare for Breast Augmentation?

 

Before breast augmentation surgery the breast reconstructive surgeon will do a full medical examination and discuss the preoperative process, types of implants, surgical procedure, and ask to see your medical history. They may also do a mammography, blood tests, and take urine samples.

They will provide you with a trial to add to your bra so you can see how the breasts will look before the surgery is started, and will discuss the different breast sizes and choices of having silicon or saline implants.

It is important to let the surgeon know about any medications you are taking, and inform them of any alcohol or substance use during the consultation.

Before the surgery the doctor may ask you to do the following

Do not apply creams, lotions, or deodorants to your body
Avoid drinking alcohol before surgery
Stop smoking before surgery
Do not wear cosmetics
Wear comfortable clothes

Essential information for Breast Augmentation 

 

Duration: 2-3 hours
Hospital Stay: 1 night
Full Recovery:  4-6 weeks
Results: 3-4 months

What happens during Breast Augmentation surgery?

 

Breast enlargement surgery is performed under general anaesthetic, and can be performed with three different incision types. The typical incision methods are Periareolar incision, Inframammary fold incision, and Trans-axillary incision.

The procedure starts by the surgeon making an incision below the breast, so they can position the implant either between or behind the chest muscle. Once the implants are placed they will adjust the position to the desired shape and size.

Once the implants are positioned the surgeon will close the incisions with sutures, and may place temporary surgical drains to help remove excess fluid. Then you will be taken to the recovery room and be closely monitored by the medical team and given medication to help with pain relief.

Why choose Turkey for a boob job?

Turkey is one of the leasing destinations for plastic surgery, with thousands of women visiting every month for boob jobs, tummy tucks, and a wide range of cosmetic procedures.

The main reason people choose Turkey for breast enlargement is because of the outstanding quality of care, skilled surgeons, and affordability, with the benefit of having all inclusive package deals that allow you to travel to places, such as Istanbul, Antalya, and Bodrum while receiving medical treatment.

With extremely long waiting times with the NHS, and speedy flight times from the UK to Turkey, there has been a huge rise in patients coming from the United Kingdom for breast enlargement surgery.

Price
Boob Job
VIP Transfer, 5 Star Hotel, Medical Fees
From
£2,000

Boob Job Costs in Turkey

 

The cost of a Boob Job in Turkey ranges between £2000- £3000, which includes VIP transfers from the clinic to your hotel, airport pick ups, four star hotel accommodation, and all medical and surgery fees. Comparing this to the cost in the UK of £4,000 to £8,000,

When choosing a surgeon and hospital in Turkey it is important to check if the clinic is  registered with the Turkish ministry of health and the surgeons hold ISAPS certificates. They should also be able to provide you with a range of before and after photos, reviews, and proof of malpractice insurance.

What is the recovery process for a boob job in Turkey?

 

Typically, breast augmentation recovery takes 4-6 weeks, in which time the swelling and bruising should have reduced, but a full recovery can take up to 18 months.

During the first couple of weeks of recovery from your boob job, your boobs may feel numb or sensitive, but the surgeon will pre-subscribe you with painkillers after the surgery to help with the healing process.

To help reduce swelling you will be provided with a supportive surgical bra, and advised to sleep upright to avoid fluid accumaltion. Strenuous exercise should be avoided for the first couple of weeks, and you should drink plenty of water and apply ice packs to the breast area.

Scaring visibility will depend on the incision placements, and can typically take up to 18 months to heal, but there are things you can do before and after the surgery to help the process of healing the scars, such as avoiding smoking before and after the procedure, and staying out of the sun.

What are the risks associated with Breast Augmentation?

 

As with any surgery, breast augmentation does carry risks, so we advise patients to discuss the risks and complications with the surgeon before deciding to have breast surgery.

– Rupture and deflation
– Changes in nipple sensation
– Poor scarring
– Infection
– Bleeding

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    If you have sagging breasts, or you’re bothered about your breasts being too small, and are generally in good physical health then you could be a good candidate for breast augmentation.

    Aside from reduced costs, experienced surgeons, and amazing aftercare in Turkey, the benefits of having a boob job in Turkey is the all inclusive packages that attract thousands of visitors every year for medical tourism.

    As with any surgery, things can go wrong, but Turkish surgeons are globally recognised for being highly skilled in breast surgery and other cosmetic surgeries. Health tourism is regulated in Turkey and surgeons are required to be registered with the Turkish Medical Association.

    Disclaimer:
    The content on this website is not intended to serve as a replacement for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. It is important to seek medical advice from a medical practitioner before undergoing any surgery.

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