How is a Breast Augmentation Procedure Performed?

Maryland Plastic Surgeon serving Washington DC, & Virginia including Alexandria and Fairfax.


A Maryland woman reveals her new breast augmentation resultsBoard-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Chiaramonte has always been committed to patient communication.  He believes you’ll feel more comfortable with your procedure when you have a clear understanding of how it will be performed and what you can expect.  If you are considering breast augmentation in Maryland, Dr. Chiaramonte will make sure to fully explain every aspect of the procedure and recovery process.

During your initial consultation, you will meet with Dr. Chiaramonte and discuss exactly what you hope to achieve with your procedure. He will listen closely to your goals and explain your options in detail. Prior to you surgery, you and the doctor will agree on the style, size and shape of your breast implants, as well as the incision location and implant placement location.

Dr. Chiaramonte has helped thousands of patients achieve beautiful, natural-looking results. Thanks to his years of experience, technical expertise and artful eye, the breast augmentation procedure is relatively simple, and usually works like this:

  • Anesthesia is administered to ensure you don’t experience any pain during the procedure.
  • An incision is made in the appropriate, agreed-upon location.
  • Dr. Chiaramonte creates a pocket for the breast implant.
  • Your choice of silicone, saline or gummy bear implants is placed in the pocket.
  • The incision is closed.

There are other specific details that will be covered during your in-person discussion with your breast surgeon, such as recovery instructions and what to expect in the future.  Dr. Chiaramonte is happy to explain all aspects of breast augmentation and make sure all your questions are answered and you feel comfortable with your decision.

If you live are thinking about getting breast augmentation in Maryland, contact Bella Cosmetic Surgery today online or at (301) 567-6767 to schedule your initial consultation. We welcome patients from Alexandria and Fairfax, Virginia as well as Washington DC.