FAQ

A. There is no single "best" implant that fits all. Breast tissue volume, skin thickness, and chest shape vary among individuals, hence the variety of implants and their distinct advantages. While some well-known implants are more expensive, cost doesn't necessarily equate to quality. Instead of focusing on price or popularity, it's crucial to consult with a plastic surgery specialist to find the most suitable implant for your unique body features.

A. Choosing an implant size that doesn't match your body type can lead to nerve damage, implant displacement, and unnatural appearance. Rather than aiming for the largest possible size, finding a size that complements your body is crucial. The ideal implant size should take into account your height, weight, original breast size, chest shape, skin quantity, and elasticity, along with your desired breast image and incision site preferences. It's recommended to visit a reputable clinic for a detailed consultation with an experienced plastic surgery specialist to select the size that best suits you.


A. Breast augmentation surgery is legally possible from the age of 18 without the need for parental consent. However, due to individual differences in hormonal effects on breast tissue growth and development, it's advisable to consult with a specialist for a thorough assessment before making a decision.

A. Breast augmentation does not directly affect pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding. If the surgery is performed delicately and meticulously, even submuscular or subfascial insertions do not interfere with mammary tissue.



A. Breast asymmetry can be caused by uneven distribution of breast tissue as well as asymmetry in the ribcage. While everyone has some degree of asymmetry, surgery can be tailored to address this. If asymmetry is significant, the size, shape, and position of each breast can be analyzed to select implants and surgical methods for the best improvement.

A. Eye surgery is perceived as simple, but it's actually very complex. The non-incision method, using a thread to connect the skin and the muscle that opens the eye, creates a natural-looking double eyelid without scars, making it highly researched and in demand. Its advantages include naturalness and safety with minimal side effects. However, just like congenital double eyelids, those created can loosen over time due to the frequent blinking of the eye. Recent trends in incision methods also aim for a natural look, and if the fixation is too strong it doesn’t look natural. On the other hand, a very weak fixation would lead to early loosening of the fold. A skilled doctor can ensure the double eyelids remain intact by securely fixing 5–7 points, finely adjusting the tension of the thread, and tying knots faithfully to the basics, creating beautiful and durable double eyelids.

A. If the skin is significantly saggy due to aging or the use of double eyelid tape or glue, an incision method to remove the excess skin is often more effective. Even with the incision method, experienced plastic surgeons can perform the surgery with minimal visible scarring. However, considering the patient's social circumstances and desired outcomes, the non-incision method may still be an option. It's recommended to have a thorough consultation to choose the surgery method that best suits the individual's needs.

A. Eyes referred to as so called  "sausage eyes" appear puffy under the double eyelid line. However, incision methods are applied based on necessity, not convenience, and not all incision surgeries result in "sausage eyes," just as not all non-incision methods avoid it. Tailoring the fixation points to the individual's eye structure and performing the surgery cleanly can prevent such outcomes.

A. Double eyelid surgery literally creates a double eyelid fold, making the eyes appear larger by folding and removing excess skin. Ptosis correction surgery, on the other hand, adjusts the actual size and shape of the eyes as they open. Although double eyelid surgery alone can make the eyes look overall larger, the actual opening of the eye may slightly decrease. Therefore, mild ptosis correction surgery is often performed in conjunction. These surgeries are categorized into incisional and non-incisional methods based on whether the skin is cut or not.

A. Epicanthoplasty is a surgery that adjusts the Mongolian fold at the inner corner of the eye. Often thought to merely extend the horizontal length of the eye, it's more about shaping. The Mongolian fold can make the eyes appear closed off, and without epicanthoplasty, the inner part of the double eyelid may not be visible, making the double eyelid appear less attractive. Properly adjusting the shape of the eye's inner corner with epicanthoplasty can make the eyes look more open and the double eyelid line more attractive without significantly altering the distance between the eyes.

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