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Damian Marucci
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Sydney Plastic, Reconstructive, and Cosmetic Surgeon - Breast Augmentation, Liposuction, Face Lift, and More
Sydney Plastic, Reconstructive, and Cosmetic Surgeon - Breast Augmentation, Liposuction, Face Lift, and More

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Breast Augmentation Procedure
The breast augmentation surgery is performed under a general anaesthetic, usually as “Day Surgery”. Dr Marucci only works with anaesthetists accredited with the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists at fully accredited private hospitals. Intravenous antibiotics are given at the time of surgery and patients go home with table antibiotics and pain killers.
There are a number of different incisions which can be made to insert the implant under the breast:
Under the breast at the crease, which is known as an inframammary incision
Under the armpit, which is called a transaxillary incision
Around the areola, which is considered a pariareolar incision
The incision location will depend on several factors, including the size and type of implant being placed, and will be determined by you and Dr. Marucci during your consultation. Dr. Marucci will make sure incisions are unnoticeable and cause minimal scarring once healed.
Once the incision has been made, the implant is inserted through the opening and placed either under the pectoral muscle (“submuscular”) or behind the breast tissue (“subglandular”). Dr. Marucci will discuss your options in detail, and recommend the location that best suits your body type and desired outcome. Overall, thinner patients get a more natural looking result if the implant is placed under the muscle.
Once the implants are in position, the incisions will be closed with dissolving sutures. Results are instantly noticeable, although there will be swelling, which will go down in time. The appearance of the incision lines will fade over time generally to fine white lines that are hard to see.
During the initial recovery from breast augmentation, patients may experience some soreness which is usually controlled with tablet pain killers. There is usually some swelling, and possible bruising, both of which subside after a short time.
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Unhappy with your body shape? Learn more about body contouring surgery procedures. 😉👌
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Dr. Marucci aims to provide outstanding results for patients who want to restore their appearance. 👱‍♀️😉👌
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Should I continue wearing binders post full tummy tuck? Yes! To decrease swelling and improve support. 🤔😉👌
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Tired look, heavy eyebrows, and sagging eyelids... Check out how the Brow Lift procedure can help! 😌😉👌
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Want to look younger? Check out how cosmetic plastic surgery can help! #DrMarucci #CosmeticSurgery
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Want to look younger? Check out how cosmetic plastic surgery can help! 😊👍
#DrMarucci #CosmeticSurgery
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