If you’ve thought about getting a breast lift to make your breasts appear rounder or perkier, you may be worried about the potential scarring involved. Sagging and drooping breasts are easily corrected with a breast lift but this procedure can cause some deep, visible scars that take years to heal. The short scar breast lift is a variation on the traditional technique and was designed for women who are only getting a small amount of work done on the breast tissue. This procedure may be a better option for women who only need a very small adjustment to the breasts, and want to avoid the long incisions and scarring involved with the traditional breast lift procedure.
If you are thinking about getting breast implants but may be having children in the near future, you might be wondering if you should hold off on breast augmentation surgery until after your procedure. Many women have fears that breast implants will interfere with their pregnancy in some way, or that they will have trouble breastfeeding when the baby arrives. However, these are some common myths about implants and you can discuss all of these issues with your surgeon during your consultation.
In the midst of the shocking news about former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s affair with Mildred Baena and his out-of-wedlock son, Schwarzenegger has also been found guilty of paying for his mistress’s plastic surgery makeover. According to recent news reports, Schwarzenegger shelled out the funds to pay for his housekeeper’s breast implants and lip augmentation procedure. Hollywood Life reports that he also paid for breast implants for his mistress’s adult daughter, Jackie.
If you’ve been considering breast implants to increase the size of your breasts and improve your silhouette, you may not have to endure the pain and discomfort associated with the procedure. Laser enhanced breast augmentation is an innovative procedure that uses a laser to cut into the skin to reduce pain levels upon insertion of the implant, and when creating the pocket for the implant on the chest wall. It’s a unique technique for inserting silicone or saline implants, and is still undergoing testing. However, this procedure could be a valuable option for many women considering breast augmentation surgery.
Gummy bear breast implants, also known as cohesive breast implants, have become a popular choice for women who want a more natural look and only want to increase their breast size by one or two cup sizes. Unlike traditional silicone implants, gummy bear implants are much firmer and tend to maintain their shape. They can give you that much more rounded appearance and add some coveted curves if you are especially flat-chested. Are these implants right for you? Here’s what you need to know:
Nearly 350,000 breast augmentation procedures were performed in the U.S. in 2007 according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons annual report, and breast augmentation continues to be the top choice in all cosmetic surgery options. While breast implants and breast enhancement surgery have become the procedures of choice for many women, some are skipping surgery entirely and reaching for a pill instead.
Thousands of women pursue breast augmentation procedures each year to improve their body image, enhance their figure and achieve their ideal chest size. The initial consultation with a plastic surgeon provides a realistic perspective on what to expect from breast implants and breast augmentation, and choosing the right size is a part of this process.
Breast implants continue to be one of the most sought-after procedures for women between the ages of 18 to 35, but both saline and silicone implants present a number of risks and drawbacks. Some implants do not produce natural-looking results, and some surgeons need to do extensive liposuction and tissue manipulation in order to achieve the perfect appearance.
Some women naturally have larger nipples and getting breast implants simply means that their nipples end up being more proportionate to the size of their breasts. However, many women do experience a slight enlargement of the nipples and areola after getting breast implants. This can be corrected with minor surgery and is a fairly simple procedure. If you’re thinking about getting breast implants, you may be wondering if you should also get a nipple reduction or areola reduction procedure. Here’s what you need to know.
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