Ask your plastic surgeon how many times he, or she has performed the operation you are interested in. Practice makes perfect; you should go to a surgeon who is experienced, and can show you concrete results. A beginner might have better prices, but you should not take any risks. Go to an experienced surgeon.
Find out where the surgery will take place in advance. You can do some research about this location. Make sure your surgeon has selected a licensed, and accredited location. Check that his or her office has been inspected, and accredited. If your surgery will be done at the surgeon’s practice.
The most common reason for women to have part or all of one or both of their breasts removed (a procedure that is known medically as a mastectomy) is usually due to the patient involved having breast cancer. The portion of breast removed will be in tandem to the amount of cancer that the patient currently has in the body. Thus, if the cancer is discovered very early on and is as yet quite small, only a portion of the breast will be removed Ã¢Â€Â“ however if it has greatly spread throughout the breast the entire breast may need to be taken out. Mastectomy’s may also be performed on those whom have a very high risk of breast cancer or for females whom are undergoing transgender operations.