Our Breast Augmentation Procedure Tops ‘em All
While, for many women, the prospect of trying on clothes may be unpleasant, nothing equals the sheer dread of shopping for swimwear. Although some specific anxieties may vary, a common lament is that there’s too much, uh, material, in one area, and not enough in another.
If you’ve ever bemoaned this cruel irony, we’ve got great news. We can use fat from other areas of your body to enlarge your breasts! Our Natural Breast Augmentation procedure is virtually pain-free, requires under 48 hours for recovery, and yields amazingly natural-looking results! So, the next time you have to buy a new bathing suit, you won’t shrink from the chore.
How do I determine if I’m a suitable candidate for breast augmentation?
Determining if you’re a suitable candidate for breast augmentation involves considering various factors. Here are some key points to help you assess your candidacy:
- Desired Enhancement: Are you seeking breast augmentation to achieve a specific enhancement in size, shape, or symmetry?
- Physical Health: Generally good overall health is important for any surgical procedure. Discuss your medical history, current health status, and any chronic conditions with your surgeon.
- Realistic Expectations: Do you have realistic expectations about the outcomes of breast augmentation? Understanding what the procedure can and cannot achieve is crucial
- Emotional Readiness: Emotional preparedness is important, as breast augmentation is a significant decision that can impact your self-esteem and body image.
- Age: While there’s no strict age limit, it’s generally recommended that candidates be at least 18 years old for saline implants and 22 years old for silicone implants.
- Breast Development: Candidates should have fully developed breasts, as breast augmentation is not suitable for individuals whose breasts are still growing.
- Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: If you plan to have children in the near future, consider how breast augmentation might impact pregnancy and breastfeeding.
How long can breast implants last, and will they need to be replaced eventually?
Breast implants are not considered lifetime devices. While they can last for many years, they may eventually need to be replaced due to factors such as natural aging, changes in your body, implant-related issues, or personal preferences. Some women may enjoy their implants for decades without needing replacement, while others might choose to replace them after around 10 to 15 years. Regular follow-up appointments and monitoring by a qualified plastic surgeon can help determine when or if replacement is necessary.
What type of anesthesia is used during breast augmentation surgery?
General anesthesia is commonly used for breast augmentation surgery.