The part that is so confusing about cosmetic surgery for your breast isthe number of names that is given. Breast Enhancement, Augmentation Mammoplasty, Surgical Breast Implantation, Breast Enlargement, Breast Augmentation, and, let’s not forget, Boob Job, are all names for the same surgical procedure. No matter what you call it, it is simply a procedure where an implant of some kind, usually made of artificial materials, is inserted into the skin of the breast in order to create a larger, fuller appearance. Breast Augmentation is typically combined with a breast lift, to remove unwanted and unnecessary skin which is the result of stretching, and which causes the breasts to sag. There are two primary reasons that women seek breast enhancement: the first is that they want larger breasts, and the second is that they want a back a fuller look. These women see breast enhancement as a way to restore their breasts to a previous state after a body altering event, like significant weight loss pregnancy, or surgical alteration. In the latter case, breast reconstruction can occasionally be accomplished without implantation. In these cases, tissue is removed from other areas of the body, usually the back or butt, and inserts into the area where it is needed. This is commonly used for women who suffer from breast reduction or removal as the result of cancer, but who objects to having cosmetic surgery implants. Occasionally, tissue can be taken off of the abdomen, and placed into the breast. This is beneficial because it is a very similar tissue to the original breast, and it gives the stomach a flatter more contoured look. Those considering breast augmentation should look at all their implantation options, the most common of which include saline and silicone implants, and discuss those options with her physician before undergoing an operation.
Breast augmentation is a good option for people who have:
- Good physical health
- If your breast is in good condition and perfect if it is fuller
- If you are not satisfied by the your breast looks and want to make it look beautiful
- If your breast has lost shape and volume after pregnancy, aging or weight loss.
- If you bothered that your breasts look smaller
- If there is an obvious variance in size and shape of your breast
- If there is not a normal development
- If you are not trying to fulfill any sort of ideal image or by giving into peer pressure
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