Dr. Phung Manh Cuong explains the new breast augmentation technology
Dr. Phung Manh Cuong explains the disadvantages of the manual breast implant technique
In conventional breast augmentation techniques, doctors place the implant manually. There are many disadvantages that can cause trauma to the surgical area:
- First, manual implementation of the breast implant causes bruising, which leads to the potential for bad scarring and, above all, an increased risk of wound infection.
- Second, the manual way of placing the breast implants will cause the customer to have more pain after the surgery is completed.
- Third, the manual breast implant placement will cause the breast implants to be scratched and damaged. This leads to the risk of reactions in the thoracic cavity, causing irritation, capsular contracture.
Dr. Phung Manh Cuong explains the new breast augmentation technology using Keller Funnel
The technique of placing breast implants using a keller funnel is a safer and more convenient technique than placing a breast implant manually.
The keller funnel used during breast implant placement is made of a polymer made in the United States. By using the keller funnel to insert the breast implant into the chest cavity, it will help protect the breast tissue of the customer.
The advantage of using a keller funnel to insert the implant into the chest cavity is to shorten the breast implant time. In addition, this technique can make the procedure gentle, so it does not damage as well as protect the tissues around the wound, thereby helping to limit scar formation and reduce the risk of infection.
The technique of using a keller funnel to place breast implants is a technique being successfully applied at Gangwhoo Cosmetic Hospital. Thereby ensuring the safety and the best result for customers.
Images of our customers before & after breast augmentation at Gangwhoo Cosmetic Hospital
About Dr. Phung Manh Cuong
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