Advantages to having a breast enhancement procedure.


Advantagesto having a breast enhancement procedure.

Breast enhancement procedure (augmentation) is a cosmetic surgery procedure to increase breast size and enhance breast shape, typically through the placement of silicone or saline breast implants. From a cosmetic surgeon’s perspective, the ultimate goal of breast augmentation is to enhance a patient’s natural proportions and create a more symmetrical, aesthetically pleasing breast profile. The exact procedure is tailored to meet a woman’s individual needs.

There are many advantages to having a breast enhancement procedure in the fall and winter months:

1)_ Vacations are over. Many women prefer to fill their summers with adventurous vacations, camping trips, and wedding weekends not recovering from surgery. After breast augmentation surgery, you can return to your normal routine after a couple of weeks but your breasts will be sensitive for three to five more. You’ll want to take it easy. You probably won’t want to be on a plane, and you certainly won’t want to be in a tent! For this reason, it’s common for women to put off getting breast implants.

2)_ Holidays are ahead. Winter vacations are typically much more forgiving for breast augmentation recovery. If you are fortunate enough to have some time off during the fall, you are more likely to use it catching up with family in front of a cozy fireplace or sitting down to a nice meal, both of which are pleasurable experiences for the recovery period. Many of patients actually look forward to the opportunity to rest and catch up on some reading.


3)_ More clothing. If you are considering breast augmentation surgery because you want to look and feel better in a bathing suit or dress, you are not alone. During your recovery though, you may find that you enjoy the opportunity to bundle up. Also, if you are not planning on telling your friends, family, or co-workers right away, you will be able to keep your results under wraps for longer than is possible during the warm summer months.

Posted on May 31, 2018 in Uncategorized

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