Breast augmentation surgery increases or restores breast size using implants or in some cases, fat transfer. One of the most popular and frequently performed aesthetic surgery procedures, breast augmentation has a long and successful track record in satisfying women who wish to enhance, regain or restore balance to their figures.
You should consider Breast Augmentation:
– If you want a better proportioned or more appealing figure
– If you wish your clothes fit better
– If you believe you might gain self-confidence or self-esteem from such a procedure
– When pregnancy, weight loss or aging has affected the size and shape of your breasts
– To restore symmetry if one of your breasts is smaller than the other
People have this surgery to make their breasts larger and improve their shape. Some women have smaller breasts than they would like. Also, breasts can droop with age or after pregnancy, breastfeeding and weight loss. Breast enlargement can improve both the shape and the droop to some degree. Some women have one breast much bigger than the other. Breast enlargement can balance breasts of different sizes.
Implants are placed either behind the breast or behind the muscle the breast sits on. Putting implants behind the breast is the simplest option. Putting implants under the muscle gives more padding in very slim women. Your surgeon will discuss which is best for you. Implants are usually inserted through a cut in the crease under the breast (the inframammary fold). They can also be inserted through a cut in the armpit or around the areola. Sometimes, a drain (a tube attached to a bottle or bag) is left in to drain away any fluid or blood. This is removed after a day or two.
ARE YOU A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR BREAST AUGMENTATION?
The following are some common reasons why you may want to consider breast augmentation:
– You believe your breasts are too small for your body.
– You feel self-conscious wearing a swimsuit or form-fitting or low-cut tops.
– Clothes that fit your hips are too large at the bust line.
– Your breasts do not fill out your brassiere.
– Your breasts have become smaller or less firm after you’ve had children.
– Your breasts have become smaller due to weight loss.
– One of your breasts is noticeably smaller than the other.
– You have sagging breasts, which may benefit from both augmentation and a breast lift.
If you are in good health, have a positive attitude and realistic expectations, you are most likely a good candidate for this procedure.