Breast Enlargement In Kaunas Lithuania

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Breast Enlargement Price

3.000 € / 2.400 £

(breast enlargement surgery)

500 € / 400 £

(airfare and accommodation)

The surgery price covers all necessary tests, 1-2 days stay in a hospital, surgery, anaesthesia, personal assistance and transportation during your visit.

The flights and accommodation price includes direct round-flight tickets from the UK, Ireland to Vilnius or Kaunas airports and 6 nights stay at a 4-star hotel.

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Breast enlargement

Breast enlargement also known as breast augmentation or augmentation mammoplasty is a cosmetic surgery performed for a woman who is unsatisfied with her breasts. At the time surgery was introduced there were some concerns whether it was safe and how would affect body in the future. Today these questions are already cleared up allowing more women have particular body lines they have dreamed of.

Who qualify for breast enlargement?

There are no specific criteria for breast enlargement except good general health state both physical and mental. The surgery may be performed on women of various ages, weight, height and body shape. Besides, breast size is also not an extremely important factor. What for one woman is an object of pursue for other might cause the sense of imperfection.

Doctors recommend procedure if women have such complaints:

  • The size of breasts is too small;
  • Not developed breasts;
  • Feeling uncomfortable while wearing form-fitting clothes or a bikini;
  • Noticeable asymmetry of breasts;
  • Sagging breasts after massive weight loss;
  • Changes in breast size after childbearing and breastfeeding.
Preparation for breast enlargement
Choices of implants

If you are sure that breast enlargement is the right choice for you, the next step is to explore your expectations and desires.

At first, you have to choose the type of implant which will be used as the instrument to enhance breasts.

There are two types – silicone and saline implants. Both combine silicone rubber outer shell which is filled with silicone or saline (salt water). By the way, silicone implants are divided into 2 groups – cohesive and highly cohesive or so called gummy bears.

What concerns the price, saline implants are cheaper  but usually patients say that they are not so natural to touch. What is more, the shape of implant is also important factor. If you are seeking for more natural look tear-drop shape will be right for you, to enhance fullness of breast - rounded implants are recommended.  A doctor is likely to show you various types of implants as well as preoperative and postoperative photos of his/her previous patients to understand how the procedure will affect body lines.

Breast examination

After a precise examination of your breast size, shape, your skin type, position of nipples and areola (the dark skin around the nipple) a surgeon will share his/her opinion on what you should expect after the surgery. Sometimes he might not agree with your wishes but it is for the best to trust the expert.

Medical examination

The following step is an evaluation of your health condition. Usually, it is advised to prepare for this part at home. You should write down things such as previous and present diseases, any family history of breast cancer, medications you are now taking, drug allergies and previous surgeries. A surgeon will take into account factors that might increase the risk of complications. The doctor is likely to recommend to undergo some tests for detailed analysis.

It may include complete blood count, blood coagulation test, urine sample, ECG and other tests which depend on age and adjacent diseases. Usually, a surgeon recommends to perform mammography prior to surgery and after it.

Eventually, restriction on smoking and taking medications, especially aspirin and drugs of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory group will be imposed. These are the main factors increasing the risk of bleeding during the surgery and interfering with healing process.

Breast enlargement surgery

Usually, breast enlargement is performed under general anaesthesia. The following step is placing an incision. There are some variations of the latter action – implant may be inserted through four locations:

  • Inframammary incision - takes place alongside the natural breast crease;
  • Periareolar incision is placed around the nipple;
  • Tranaxillary incision which goes from arm pit to the breast;
  • Transumbilical incision is placed in the navel area. This incision is used in combination with saline implants and is almost undetectable.

The final step of surgery is implantation which involves 3 steps. An implant may be placed behind breast tissue, between breast and chest muscles and behind all the mentioned structures.

Postoperative care

After the surgery you will need some assistance. It is advised to make arrangements with family members or friends who will be able take care of you for several days. It is likely that you feel dizzy and the surgical area will be swelling, painful and tender. If these symptoms interfere with your daily life, medication should be useful.

Besides, to make it more comfortable you will be advised to wear a support bra or an elastic garment. This wearing will decrease swelling and adapt the newly formed body lines. A surgeon will inform you about special massage options and creams which will enhance the healing process. Although you will not feel in the mood to move, it is advised to do short exercises. You will return to work within a week, however intensive physical activity is not recommended by this time. The final results will be visible in less than a month, so patience is the main medication during the postoperative period.


As mentioned above, there are several myths concerning breast enlargement. One of them says that breast enlargement might cause cancer. Today it is known that breast contouring surgeries have no effect on formation of this disorder. If a woman has a higher risk of cancer breast augmentation makes it harder to detect early malformation because an implant usually obscures natural tissues. Mostly due to that a mammography is performed before and after the procedure.

Other prevailing myth is that after breast enlargement a woman is not allowed to breastfeed. Although it is not true, there might be some changes in breast shape after breastfeeding which are unpredictable.

The decision to undergo breast enlargement is woman’s choice. If she finds herself more attractive in this way, why not to try?

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