The periareolar incision is made in a
semi-circle around the lower part of the
areolar. The incision is placed so the scar
blends in with the darker skin of the areolar.
The implant can be placed either above or
below the muscle with this technique.
Many women worry about the areolar being
cut incase of any damage to the milk ducts
and glands, or loss in sensation. As with all
risks and complications associated with
breast augmentation, these complications
are rare as long as your surgery is performed
by a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon.