Breast augmentation is a way for some ladies to feel more confident. For others, it's a necessary aspect of breast reconstruction due to a variety of diseases. Consult a plastic surgeon if you're considering breast augmentation. Make sure you know what surgery entails, including the risks, complications, and aftercare.
Why is it done this way?
Breast augmentation may be beneficial in the following situations: If you think your breasts are little or one is smaller than the other and this affects how you dress or the sort of bra you require to aid with the asymmetry, make an effort to improve your appearance.
Make accommodations for a decrease in the size of your breasts following pregnancy or severe weight loss. After breast surgery for various reasons, correct unequal breasts.
Boost your self-assurance
Discuss your objectives with your plastic surgeon so that you can be realistic about the benefits of breast augmentation.
Breast augmentation carries a number of hazards, including the following: Scar tissue that affects the breast implant's form (capsular contracture)
Infection of the breasts
Implant position alterations and changes in nipple and breast feeling
Implant rupture or leakage
Correcting these issues may necessitate additional surgery to remove or replace the implants.
Bruce K. Smith, M.D.
1315 St Joseph Pkwy #940, Houston, TX 77002