Breast Augmentation – Not Just for Models
While some people still assume that anyone seeking to enlarge her breasts is just “looking for attention,” this kneejerk stereotyping is unfair. In reality, there are as many reasons for undergoing breast augmentation as there are women who desire one.
How a woman feels about her breasts can have a profound impact on her self-image and self-confidence. If she feels embarrassed or self-conscious because her breasts are small, uneven, or have a shape she’s not happy with, it can cause her to avoid certain social situations or affect her ability to enjoy intimacy. If increasing the size of your breasts or pursuing a breast augmentation procedure to make your breasts “match” will help you feel more comfortable in a swimsuit or wearing a fancy party dress, then you might want to speak to a qualified plastic surgeon about your options.
In other cases, a woman might wish to have a breast augmentation because of changes in her breasts due to pregnancy, breastfeeding, or rapid weight loss. Any of these life events can drastically alter the size, shape, and resilience of the breasts, leaving them with sag, lack of volume, or no longer proportional to the rest of your body. A breast augmentation can restore the youthful look of your breasts. In these cases, often a breast lift is also necessary to correct the loss of tone.
In even more extreme situations, a breast augmentation procedure can be used to reconstruct one or both breasts after a mastectomy or even a severe injury. In this case, a breast augmentation can go a long way toward helping a woman regain her feminine identity and sense of self in the face of a drastic challenge in her life.
Whatever the reason you choose to pursue a breast augmentation, it’s very important to consider what results you wish to achieve, and how they are best accomplished. A consultation with a plastic surgeon can help you determine the best way to reach these goals.
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