Article on Breast Augmentation Safety Highlights a Surgeon’s Responsibility to Take Proactive Efforts Against Complications, Says Beverly Hills Physicians

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Commenting on the recent article, the Los Angeles plastic surgery medical group explains that, with breast augmentation and other surgical procedures, a surgeon must do everything he or she can to prevent complications before, during, and after a procedure.

Avoiding capsular contracture is just one of the things BHP surgeons emphasize for natural-looking results.

A lot of the success in terms of preventing these complications has to do with how effectively the surgeon deals with the potential issues posed by the patient’s bodily make-up.

According to an article published October 6th on Healio.com, a group of researchers has suggested a system that could help surgeons identify potential complications that could arise during implant based breast augmentation. The article explains that it is incredibly important that surgeons identify any and all deformities in the breast, chest wall, or vertebrae that patients are often entirely unaware of but which may affect the successful outcome of a breast augmentation procedure. According to Los Angeles medical group Beverly Hills Physicians, the researchers’ efforts to comprehensively outline and explain both the frequency and the effects of many of these bodily variations is a positive development that can hopefully be utilized in the efforts of surgeons around the country to reduce surgical complications.

Beverly Hills Physicians explains that while certain complications of breast implant procedures are more likely in some patients rather than others, depending on the pre-surgical architecture of the breasts, a lot of the success in terms of preventing these complications has to do with how effectively the surgeon deals with the potential issues posed by the patient’s bodily make-up. Beverly Hills Physicians explains that capsular contracture, one of the most common post-surgical complications characterized by misshaping caused by the hardening of tissue around the implant, can be reduced when surgeons anticipate and proactively address any possible warning signs.

The medical group explains that patients also must understand that it is normal for a small lining, known as a “tissue capsule” to form around the implant. Where it becomes problematic, Beverly Hills Physicians explains, is when this normal tissue becomes excessively hard and squeezes the implant in a way that makes it misshapen. They note that this often results in a “ball-like” appearance that can cause discomfort in addition to being unsightly.

Yet, Beverly Hills Physicians also notes that, particularly in the case of capsular contracture, complications can be remedied by a corrective procedure. By choosing to have corrective surgery with one of their breast augmentation experts, they explain that patients can alleviate both the physical and the social discomfort that may go along with complications.

Any patients interested in benefiting from the care and attention to detail exercised by the surgeons at Beverly Hills Physicians can contact the medical group today at 800-788-1416 or visit them online at http://www.BeverlyHillsPhysicians.com. Every successful procedure starts with a free consultation with Beverly Hills Physicians, so patients can get all of the information that they need to make the correct decision, without any pressures or obligations.

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