Make your breast augmentation a fun experience!

Are you wishing that you could augment your breasts but don’t have the time to waste in recovery? We have the solution for you with the 24-hour rapid recovery breast augmentation.

Picture this: you go in for surgery, have your breasts augmented and then go shopping, out for dinner, and end the night dancing away. Sounds impossible right? In fact, it’s possible!

The 24-hour rapid recovery breast augmentation is a procedure that relies on process oriented steps that maximizes planning, minimizes tissue damage and allows patients to get back on their feet in as little as a few hours after waking up from anesthesia.

The recovery time is minimal because the procedure involves no bleeding, minimal tissue damage, and is very gentle and precise. It allows the patient to continue with regular life by that very same evening or the next day. Heavy exercise and intense work should be avoided initially; however, patients are encouraged to get moving right away.

Patients who have undergone the 24-hour breast augmentation procedure can manage any lingering pain with over-the-counter painkillers.

Breast Augmentation: Before Breast Augmentation: After
A direct comparison of the 24-hour recovery method and traditional breast augmentation surgery
24 hour Rapid Recovery
Traditional Surgery
Surgical Instruments
Electrocautery forceps
An “L shaped” breast blunt dissector
Surgical Technique
  • Atraumatic dissection
  • 14 point plan to minimize bacterial load
  • Precise and gentle systematic dissection with instruments using prospective hemostasis
  • no drainage tubes
  • no bulky dressing post-operatively (no bands, no massaging breasts)
  • Blunt dissection without clear visualization of pocket which may lead to injury to the muscle and ribs
  • Blood vessels not sealed before they bleed
  • Patient may have drainage tubes
  • Large, bulky compression dressings usually used
Post-operative Routine
Arm exercises performed frequently after surgery, including ambulation and showering that night
Arm movement limited for two weeks
Under the Breast (IMF)
Usually under the breast but can be axillary or peri-areolar
Possible risks
Same as traditional but significantly reduces due to precise operative dissection and prospective hemostasis
Capsular contracture, bleeding. Implant malposition, implant pocket asymmetry
General with ERAS recovery pathways initiated preoperatively
General with local blocks
24 hours
2 weeks
Slightly less given less operative time spent intraoperative on implant selection and stepwise dissection process
Same ($8000-$8500)
Implant Selection
Narrow implant range chosen preoperatively using tissue based planning
Narrow implant range chosen preoperatively using tissue based planning
Implant Position
Subsfacial or Dual Plane
Either Subpectoral, Dual Plane, or Subglandular
Revision rate
Capsular Contracture
minimized <5%

Are you a candidate for this procedure?

Your best bet is to come in for a consultation to determine whether you are an ideal candidate, but typically, the ideal candidate is relatively healthy and maintains a healthy weight. If you are a candidate for traditional breast augmentation, you are likely a candidate for this procedure too.