Breast augmentation is a plastic surgery procedure in which silicone or saline breast implants are placed either behind the breast tissue or chest muscle in order to change the size and shape of a woman’s breasts.
Breast implant surgery can make small breasts larger, balance out differences in breast size or restore fullness and firmness that disappeared as a result of weight loss, pregnancy, age effects or disease.
On this page you will find detailed information about the subject. The content of the website is divided into different articles dedicated to breast implant surgery. With all that together we hope to be able to give you a good idea of the possibilities and limitations of one breast augmentation involves.
A breast augmentation can enhance your appearance and your self-confidence, but it will not necessarily give you what you perceive as the ideal appearance or get other people to treat you differently.
The most suitable candidate for a breast surgery is someone who is looking for improvement rather than perfection. If you are in good physical and mental health and have realistic expectations about the outcome of your breast surgery, you are usually a suitable candidate. (Read more about this subject here!)
It is not surprising that breast augmentation is one of the most common plastic surgical procedures. Every year there are hundreds of thousands of breast augmentation being done for patients from all over the world.
The methods and materials for breast augmentation since the first operations in the ’60s evolved significantly over the years. Today’s techniques and materials are quite promising in terms of safety and great results. This means that it can be difficult to decide.
We have dedicated this section of the blog to help you understand more about breast augmentation and all the choices you have to make a well-educated decision when it comes to getting breast implants.
The information on this page is intended to serve and support in decision-making process for those who are considering a breast surgery. However, what we are giving out here cannot and should not replace any discussions between you and your surgeon.
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