There is a newly developed technic of insertion breast implants
so there is a very short scar under the breast- something like 2.5 cm long, which must by nearly invisible.
The point is, that surgeon uses a special insertion sleeve (something like cakemakers use:) and pushes the implant inside. Aside minimal scar the technic is less demanding for body, reduces infection and capsulation. Surgeons use Motiva
Ergonomix implant for this minimal scar method which is easy to squeeze into the sleeve. Ask your doctors for the minimal scar insertion, they should know more about it:)