A woman’s breasts affect how she and those around her perceive her feminine beauty. Women whose breasts are disproportionately small, deflated after pregnancy or weight loss, or otherwise considered lacking in appearance may feel unhappy with their bodies. Breast augmentation can help women who are dissatisfied with their breast size or breast fullness. This surgery, also known as augmentation mammoplasty, uses breast implants to create fuller, larger breasts, thereby enhancing your figure, self-image, and self-confidence. Because women’s bodies and preferences are so unique, breast augmentation is highly individualized and can be customized for your needs.
What Do You Desire?
A More Natural, Proportionate Appearance
Some women feel that their breasts are naturally too small. They may feel that their breasts are disproportionate to their hips or that their small breasts give them a boyish figure. With the appropriate breast implants in a carefully selected size, breast augmentation can enhance the breasts so that they look larger yet natural. The results can create a more attractive figure that is well-balanced and feminine.
Larger, More Voluptuous Breasts
Some women desire larger breasts so that they have a more voluptuous figure. They may wish that their breasts would fill out bikinis and certain types of clothing better or that their breasts would attract more attention. Breast augmentation can produce a more striking breast appearance with more enhanced curves. Implants can be selected to create a more dramatic and bold figure.
Restoration of Volume Loss and Breast Firmness After Pregnancy or Weight Loss
Some women’s breasts lose volume after pregnancy or weight loss. Even if there were no cosmetic issues beforehand, after pregnancy or weight loss, the breasts may appear flabby and deflated rather than firm and perky. Breast augmentation can improve volume loss in the breasts so that they appear firm and youthful once again. Implants can be used to create a more natural or a more voluptuous appearance depending on the woman’s tastes and preferences.
24 Aug 2016
After two children, I had loss of breast volume. I've always wanted this procedure, but I waited for the right time to have it done. I consulted with two different surgeons over a two year period. I chose my doctor based on his reputation and in office consultation. I was concerned about risks of anesthesia and possible complications of the procedure itself. My doctor took the time and answered all of my questions. He earned my business and trust. I highly recommend him.