In Appreciation of Breast Augmentation

  • Monday June 26, 2006 | Posted in: Plastic Surgery Procedures

    Technorati Tags: breast augmentation surgeon, breast augmentaion, plastic surgeon

    Breast augmentation Surgeons are able to increase a woman's bustline by one or more bra cup sizes by inserting an implant behind each breast.  The goal is either to increase the volume and/or enhance the shape.

    Your appreciation of breast augmentation starts with Implantinfo.com and Afraidtoask.com, for definitive guides on breast size and shape.  Lookingyourbest.com explains the Right Profile (High, Low or Moderate?) and the Right Plane (Under or Over?).  Special Anatomical Considerations are discussed in Advanced-art.com.

    According to American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery nearly 364,610 breast augmentation procedures were performed in the United States in 2005.  

    For women who choose to have their breasts augmented, it is not so much of the impression that the pair is “extremely flat,” perhaps a 32 A.  The decision to go for, say D cup, are varied -- but apparently majority, if not all of 364,610 women did have boob job on purpose.  

    When women talk, these appear to be some of the more common motivations:
       

    "People would ask me if I was self-conscious or depressed before the surgery.  I wasn’t. I just wanted a more’ even’ appearance."

     

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    "I guess some people think if you change the way you look, you are changing who you are…it was something I got for myself, and I had the money to do it."

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    "When I was about 16, I got to the point where I was like, 'Wow, I’m really going to stop growing there.'"

     

    According to a pamphlet called “Breast Augmentation Options” of Dr. Steven Ozeran, there are many reasons why women choose to augment their breasts. Some reasons include:  

    •    To enlarge breasts to give the body a more proportional look.  Some women never develop breasts that are proportional to the rest of their body.  The goal is to change the breast size and achieve a more proportional look.  
     
    •    To balance a difference in breast size or shape.  Some women may have one breast that is significantly smaller than the other.  The goal is to achieve better symmetry.

    •    To reshape and enlarge breasts after pregnancy or breastfeeding. Breasts tend to lost their shape and breast volume due to pregnancy, breast-feeding or weight fluctuations.  The goal is to restore breasts to their original size.

    •    To reshape and enlarge breasts as a reconstructive technique following breast surgery.

     

    Depending on the nature of work, patients are often possible to return to their regular jobs.

    In addition to positive aesthetic results, data has shown patients often receive a substantial psychological boost. 

    It is not established whether breast implants affect pregnancy or ability to breast-feed.  More so, there is no scientific evidence that breast augmentation increases the risk of breast cancer - everything is explained in breastcancer.org and thebreastcancersite.com.

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  • Ivan Minic - June 29, 2006, 11:42 am PDT

    Fixing flaws is perfectly normal :)

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