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When Should You Consider An Implant When Having A Breast Lift

Breast augmentation surgery is performed for many different reasons, but the aim is to enlarge the size of the bust. This addresses many various reasons why women may choose to have this operation such as droopy breasts, breast asymmetry, tuberous breasts, self-confidence, and social acceptance issues.

Several components combine to provide an appealing aesthetic result. These include the techniques that your cosmetic surgeon chooses to use, the type of implant used, as well as the underlying problem being corrected by this procedure, i.e., What you are born with.
During your initial consultation with Dr. Yunaev your current situation and goals will be assessed in detail. This will give you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have while we determine if the breast augmentation with breast implants in Sydney is the right procedure for your aspirations.

What can a breast augmentation do for me?

The operation can be done in several different ways all with their pros and cons, and the selection of the preferred approach requires a personalised discussion with the Surgeon, after a thorough clinical assessment.

In brief, these include an implant positioned:

  • Under the breast gland itself and above the pectoralis muscle
  • Completely under the pectoralis muscle
  • Partially under the pectoralis muscle and partly under the breast gland only, this is called Dual Plane

The substance of the implants nowadays is made of either cohesive silicone gel or saline filled implants. In Australia, we use mostly silicone gel implants at present. The surface of the implants can be either textured or smooth, both of which have their pros and cons.

Most importantly, the shape of the implants can be either anatomic (teardrop) or round. This can significantly affect the type of aesthetic breast look that we can achieve.

Lastly, the most critical factor is what the surgeon has to work with, that is what you are born with. Does this include underdeveloped breast tissue, does it include tuberous breasts, droopy breasts or asymmetric breasts, etc.?

All of these increase the level of complexity of the surgery and therefore technical skill required to achieve a pleasing aesthetic result.

Are you a good candidate?

At the Breast & Body Clinic, we aim to produce a long-lasting difference in our patient’s lives with long-standing and natural results and to meet or exceed your expectations.

Before you decide on breast augmentation surgery, there are some critical issues to keep in mind:

  • This surgery does not correct truly droopy breasts. A breast lift (an operation to remove loose, excess skin that often involves shifting the nipple position) may be required as well
  • Breast implants may affect your ability to breastfeed
  • Breast implants are not guaranteed to last a lifetime, and future surgery may be necessary to replace one or both implants
  • Smokers are at increased risk of complications from any surgery. If you are serious about undergoing cosmetic surgery, you should try to quit smoking

The substance of the implants nowadays is made of either cohesive silicone gel or saline filled implants. In Australia, we use mostly silicone gel implants at present.

This surgery may be a good option for you if:

  • You are physically healthy
  • You have realistic expectations
  • Your breasts are fully developed
  • You are bothered by the feeling that your breasts are too small
  • You are dissatisfied with your breasts losing shape and volume after pregnancy, weight loss, or with ageing
  • Your breasts vary in size or shape
  • One or both breasts failed to develop normally
  • Remember that the shape and size of your breasts before surgery will influence the surgical procedure and the outcome

Speak to the team at the Breast & Body Clinic if a breast augmentation  is something you have been considering. We have clinics located across suburbs in the east and inner west of Sydney as well as in the Southern Highlands, from our clinic located in Bowral.

We offer breast augmentation surgery to:

  • Potts Point
  • Bella Vista
  • Camperdown
  • Rozelle
  • Bowral


Before and After

breast augmentation mastopexy (lift with implants)

breast augmentation mastopexy (lift with implants)

breast augmentation mastopexy (lift with implants)

breast augmentation mastopexy (lift with implants)


Why choose us?

Breast and Body Clinic was created to better serve patients by Dr. Yunaev, who received his accreditation through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS). Dr. Yunaev is trained in:

  • General surgery
  • Specialist training in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery
  • A further four years of Aesthetic Surgery training
  • Over ten years’ surgical experience

Dr. Yunaev gives exceptional attention to detail and prides himself on a high-quality and caring patient experience. At Breast & Body Clinic we guarantee:

  • The focus is on personalised care, as we know cosmetic surgery is not a one size fits all approach
  • A focus on the quality of care and providing natural-looking results
  • Flexible payment options
  • A licensed clinic and surgery in an accredited hospital to ensure safety levels are as high as possible

Dr. Yunaev specialises in the following procedures:

If you are interested in finding out more, contact us on (02) 9819 7449 or send us your questions to and we reply as soon as possible.

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Frequently asked questions

Will breast augmentation increase the risk of breast cancer?
Studies have shown no link in an increased risk of breast cancer with breast implants. The National Cancer Institute states that having implants also has no adverse effect in finding breast tumors.

Will implants create issues with breast cancer detection or my ability to breastfeed?
It is possible that implants can interfere with breast cancer detection in the case of mammography, which is a type of X-ray examination. However, in skilled radiological hands this is unusual and can be mitigated with specific techniques during Mammogram. Also an MRI can be utilized in preference to Mammogram, if that is your choice.

It is important to disclose if you have had breast cancer, or there is a history of breast cancer in your family. It is very important that you self-examine your breasts for lumps, and have regular testing and follow-up appointments for an in-depth examination of your breasts for lumps while assessing the state of your implants.

Ability to breastfeed can be variable in different people. In general, you will be able to breastfeed after having breast augmentation, but there have been cases in which women experience reduced nipple sensation, which can create difficulty triggering the milk let-down reflex. There have also been cases in which women have experienced a reduced milk supply. If you are planning to have children after breast augmentation surgery, this should be discussed and considered as part of your consultation.

How old is too old for breast augmentation?
Commonly, this surgery is best suited for a woman in her 30s however it is also a regular procedure for women up to their 50s. Whatever your age, we encourage a consultation to assess your situation and find the best option moving forward.

Should I have children before an augmentation?
Pregnancy will undoubtedly affect the size and shape of the breasts which may adversely affect an augmented breast. A 6-month gap is recommended between pregnancy and surgery. Breastfeeding is still possible and safe with implants.

Will augmentation help sagging breasts?
Sagging breasts, or “ptosis,” can have breast implants; however, additional surgery may also be necessary. If the nipples droop below the lower crease of the breast, a mastopexy or breast lift may be required.

How do I choose a breast size?
This is a crucial part of your consultation; we work with you to identify what size of breast you may want. Every patient’s body is different; this is why we work to achieve healthy expectations.

How long until I can exercise?
Walking after surgery is fine; however, intense physical exercise is not recommended for six weeks following the procedure as it may cause implants to shift position.

When can I return to work?
Depending on the physical demands of your job, upper arm movements should be avoided for the first 1-2 weeks and lifting heavy objects should be avoided for 6 weeks after the operation.

How much pain will there be?
A breast augmentation often causes moderate pain that can be controlled with medication in the first 2 weeks following the surgery.

Is anaesthesia required?
There are several options when it comes to Breast augmentation, including general or local anaesthesia, or twilight sedation. These will depend on your specific situation and can be discussed during your consultation. We generally recommend general anaesthesia for this procedure.

While anaesthesia is very safe, there can be risks associated with it that will be discussed prior to your procedure. It is very important that we review any medications you may be taking as well as any allergies you may have. You can be sure that all of the appropriate steps will be taken to create the safest situation for you during your surgery.

At the Breast & Body Clinic, we aim to produce a long-lasting difference in our patient’s lives with long-standing and natural results and to meet or exceed your expectations.


What should I do or consider in preparation for surgery?

Keeping fit and being in as good a shape as possible will significantly assist the success rate and recovery process of your procedure. It would be best if you were at or close to your optimal weight and that any medications that may be ceased are stopped (this is dependent on the medication and should be discussed with your surgeon). It is very important that you are not a smoker or trying to stop.

Your complete medical history including any health problems, medication, and allergies need to be discussed and examined during your consultation to ensure this procedure is right for you and any associated risks will be as low as possible.

Medications that you may be required to cease can include:

  • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
  • Aspirin (or medicines that contain aspirin)
  • Naturopathic substances (including garlic, ginkgo, ginseng, and St John’s Wort)
  • All medications or supplements that differ from the above will still need to be disclosed

Prior to surgery, you may be given antibiotics, and you will need to disclose if you have had an allergy or adverse reaction to antibiotics in the past or to anaesthetic drugs or any other medicine. Other situations that will be important to raise if relevant include:

  • Experience with prolonged bleeding or excessive bruising
  • Any connective-tissue disorders including rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, lupus erythematosus, or similar
  • Long-term or recent illnesses
  • Any previous surgery including for breast cancer, or radiotherapy treatment
  • Any psychological or psychiatric illnesses

In most cases, pre-operative tests, including blood tests, Ultrasound and Mammogram may be necessary, and additionally in some cases further work up may be required, depending on the health status.

What things will I need to be aware of after surgery?

Post-surgery there will be dressings or bandages for your incisions or a compression garment which will help to reduce swelling while supporting your new breasts while they heal. In some cases, a small tube may be placed under the skin for drainage of excess blood or fluid.
Most patients will need a one to two weeks for recuperation in the immediate phase post surgery and will have to ensure that no heavy lifting or strenuous exercise is performed while you recover. Please be aware of the following symptoms, and notify the team at Breast and Body Clinic immediately if you experience:

  • A temperature higher than 38°C or continuous chills
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Shortness of breath or diarrhea
  • Heavy bleeding or leakage of blood or fluid
  • Worsening redness around the incision
  • Increasing pain
  • Any other problems that appear to be worsening

Our skilled team will give you instructions on post-operative care which you should follow to the letter. These may include:

  • How to care for your tender areas following surgery
  • Medications to aid healing
  • Specific concerns to be aware of and when to follow-up with your surgeon

We encourage you to ask any specific questions about your individual recovery period so that you are completely aware and comfortable with the process.

It is important to note that scarring is inevitable in invasive surgery; however, Dr. Yunaev works to minimise scarring with placement in inconspicuous areas such as easily hidden sites along natural skin lines and creases. Scars will also likely fade over time.

It is important to be aware upfront, that Breast implants like any other man made object, are not designed to last forever. Their typical lifespan is 10-15 years, with the risk of failure and additional problems rising significantly thereafter. Therefore, your breast implants will likely require revision surgery in the future, to either update them or to remove them entirely, depending on your preference.

Breast Augmentation Procedure Cost

All procedures performed by Dr. Michael Yunaev are carefully tailored to each patient’s individual needs. The breast augmentation surgical procedure is now more affordable from $80/week* (setup and admin fees may apply).

Due to the specific and individual nature of patient’s requirements, it’s challenging to provide surgery costs, as they can vary from operation to operation.

A precise surgical quote is given to each patient after consultation with Dr. Yunaev, once the patient needs have been fully assessed. Based on this assessment, the patient will be provided with an individual and personalised surgical quote.

Additionally, some procedures may be eligible for a private health fund or Medicare rebate. This can be discussed at a consultation, and will also vary from case to case. All procedures performed by Dr. Michael Yunaev are carefully tailored to each patient’s individual needs. Therefore, medical costs vary from operation to operation. A consultation offers a clear surgical plan with information about the various options available. An initial appointment with Dr. Yunaev is charged at a fee of $260, with the potential to receive some refund from Medicare for some procedures, the Medicare rebate, if the patient has a referral, is $73.

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