Chest treatments and surgery
Chest Treatment Benefits

Chest Treatment Benefits

Improved Breast Shape, Size and Symmetry: Achieve a more balanced and proportional look for your breasts.

Increased fullness and volume in the breast area: Enhance the volume of your breasts, providing a fuller, more youthful appearance.

Improved body proportions and overall aesthetics: Achieve a harmonious balance between your chest and the rest of your body.

Boost your self-confidence and body image: Feel more confident and positive about your appearance.

Basic information:

Breast beauty treatment, also known as breast augmentation or breast augmentation, is a cosmetic procedure designed to improve the appearance of the breasts.

It is suitable for those who want to improve the shape, size and general aesthetics of their breasts.

Treatment can address a variety of concerns, including breast sagging, asymmetry, volume loss or weight loss after pregnancy, and naturally small breasts.

The procedure is performed by qualified plastic surgeons who specialize in cosmetic breast surgery.

Surgical Steps:

Consultation: During the initial consultation, your surgeon will evaluate your medical history, discuss desired outcomes, and explain available surgical options.

Pre-operative preparation: You may be advised to have some medical tests, adjust your medications and follow certain guidelines regarding smoking and alcohol consumption.

Anesthesia: The surgery is usually performed under general anesthesia, so you are asleep and pain-free throughout the procedure.

Incision placement: The surgeon will determine the appropriate incision technique based on factors such as breast size, implant type, and desired results. Common incision options include periareolar (around the areola), inframammary (below the nipple), and transaxillary (in the armpit).

Reconstruction and Augmentation: Once the incision is made, the surgeon will lift and reconstruct the breast tissue and, if desired, place breast implants to achieve the desired volume and shape.

Closing the incisions: Once the desired result is achieved, the incisions are carefully closed using sutures or surgical glue.

Recovery and Follow-up: You will receive instructions on pain management, wound care, and postoperative care, including follow-up appointments to monitor your healing progress.



  • Temporary discomfort, swelling and bruising
  • Pain and tightness in the chest area
  • Temporary changes in nipple or breast sensation
  • Scars, which fade over time and can be hidden by clothing or bathing suits
  • Rare risks related to anesthesia and surgical complications (discuss with your surgeon)


After the operation:

Recovery Period: Allow a recovery period of approximately 1-2 weeks, during which you should avoid strenuous activity and get adequate rest.

Postoperative Care: Follow your surgeon's instructions regarding medications, wound care, and wearing a support bra.

Physical activity: You can gradually resume light activity, but vigorous exercise and heavy lifting should be avoided for several weeks.

Final result: It may take several months for the swelling to go down completely and the breasts to settle into them.


Explore our range of chest treatments and book your appointment today on QAAPH. Our trained professionals will provide personalized care to help you achieve your desired chest transformation and boost your confidence.