Breast Augmentation for Vaughan, Richmond Hill, and the Greater Toronto Area
A breast augmentation is a surgical procedure in which breast implants are inserted behind the breasts to enhance the size and shape of the breasts. Breast augmentation can restore volume and create a more proportionate figure.
Patients seeking breast augmentation may do so for a number of reasons:
- To create a size and shape in balance with the rest of the body
- To restore lost breast volume after pregnancy or weight loss
- To correct breasts that are uneven or asymmetrical
- To enlarge breasts for aesthetic or personal reasons
Note that a breast augmentation is different from a breast lift, which raises breasts that have sagged or drooped over time. The two procedures can be combined, however, for women looking to both increase the size of their breasts and lift them for an overall more dramatic youthful effect.
Breast augmentation should only be performed by a qualified plastic surgeon—a medical specialist who has completed a minimum of five years of training in surgery following medical school. Cosmetic surgeons require a high level of surgical skill, excellent aesthetic judgment, as well as extensive knowledge and years of practice.
Finding a qualified plastic surgeon that you feel is right for you is an important part of the breast augmentation process. Patients considering aesthetic surgery should have the opportunity to discuss their expectations, and options in depth with their surgeon.
Dr. Robert Madronich is a Toronto Plastic Surgeon and a member of the Canadian Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons. He holds double board certification with both a Plastic Surgery Fellowship as well as a Head and Neck Plastic Surgery Fellowship.
What to Expect - Consultation
If you are interested in breast augmentation, have questions about the procedure, or want to know if you are a suitable candidate, you can book a consultation with Dr. Madronich to discuss your options and learn about his approach to cosmetic surgery.
During your consultation, Dr. Madronich will ask about your medical history and get to know you, so that he can understand your needs, expectations, and goals. The most important outcome of any consultation is to determine if your goals are in your best interest in regards to both your physical and psychological health. With this in mind, Dr. Madronich will discuss available surgical procedures, associated costs, what you can expect in terms of recovery, as well as any risks associated with the procedure. At your consultation, you will discuss the type and size of breast implants that are best for you. You will be able to ask questions and meet the staff at Madronich Plastic Surgery and Laser in a friendly and pressure-free environment.
The fee for a consultation with Dr. Madronich is $100 CAD, which can be applied to the cost of your surgery, should you decide to proceed with breast augmentation.
Take a few moments and review our photo gallery to see the before and after transformation of Dr. Madronich's patients for yourself.
Breast augmentation is performed under general anesthesia as a day surgery at Mackenzie Health (previously named York Central Hospital) in Richmond Hill, Ontario. Patient comfort and safety, alongside clinical excellence, are always the highest priorities in Dr. Madronich's practice. The staff at Mackenzie Health and Madronich Plastic Surgery and Laser, are friendly and understanding professionals, who understand you may be nervous and have questions or concerns. The staff will do their best to alleviate any concerns you have and answer your questions.
Incision locations for breast augmentation are chosen for their ability to hide scars. Each has their own advantages, which can vary depending on the type and size of plants chosen. Incision locations can include:
- Around the areola
- Under the arm
- Under the breast
- Through abdominal incision during tummy tuck
Breast implants can be inserted under the chest muscle or between the chest muscle and the breast tissue. Each option has its own recovery time and long-term placement stabiltiy. Your choice may depend on the size and type of the implant, your physiology, and your preference.
This may look like a lot to consider—and it is! All the advantages and disadvantages of each choice can be discussed during a breast augmentation consultation with Dr. Madronich, where you will work together to develop a surgical plan that helps you achieve your goals.
Your individual needs will determine the duration of your hospital stay. After your surgery, some discoloration, swelling, and discomfort will occur, but this should dissipate relatively quickly. Most women can return to work within 3-7 days following their breast augmentation surgery. Many patients report feeling back to normal in less than 1 month after the procedure.
Recovery time after a breast augmentation depends on personal health, the scope of the procedure, and other factors. Full recovery from this surgery is usually 2-4 months. Patients generally notice some results immediately. As the swelling goes down and suture lines fade over the subsequent weeks, you'll more clearly see your new look.