Whether you’re considering implants, a reduction or reconstructive surgery, or you’re simply interested in the effect of boob jobs on the public psyche, please read our selection of articles on cosmetic breast surgery.
When you decide to improve your looks with breast augmentation, you will prepare a long list of questions for your surgeon. But after the actual operation and recovery, there are lots of other things that won’t occur until you come across the situation, so we’ve tried to answer them here for you.
If you are currently considering breast surgery, you are strongly advised to wait until you have weaned your last child before going under the knife; not only can surgery affect your ability to breastfeed, but pregnancy will affect your breast shape and size anyway.
PIP (Poly Implant Prothèse) is a type of breast implant made by a French company, also called Poly Implant Prothèse. These implants have been under investigation and widely covered in the news in recent years, due to concerns that they may be more prone to leakage or rupture than other types of breast implants.
A fat transfer breast augmentation is the process of removing fat from unwanted areas (such as tummy, hips and thighs), breaking it down, mixing it with other body cells, and then injecting it into the breast to increase a cup size. It sounds like a dream procedure – remove the lumps you don’t want, to improve the bumps you do want!
Breast surgery, like any other surgery, carries risks and side effects, but they say forewarned is forearmed, so prepare yourself for what to expect after your procedure and then you can relax while your body recovers.
Once you’ve had your boob job, you will be desperate to flaunt your new and improved bust, but you need to be patient and look after your implants in order to make the most of your surgery.
Once you’ve decided you want breast implants, the next question is how you are going to pay for it. Fortunately there is a range of options available to you, so here is a summary of each source of funding.
Breast enhancement or enlargement is undoubtedly one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the world today. During surgery, prosthetic implants are placed behind the existing breast tissue via incisions along the natural crease of the breast, in the armpit or in the underside of the nipple area.
There is nothing new about medical tourism as people have always trekked to faraway places promising springs of eternal youth or rejuvenating mud baths.
Sadly, not all breast augmentations achieve the desired results and there are a few conditions and complications you should be aware of if you are considering this surgery.
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