Breast augmentation is a blanket term for a variety of surgical procedures, including reductions, enhancements, lifts and reconstructions. It is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in North America and has been for years, only occasionally being rivaled by rhinoplasty in terms of popularity in the past decade. If you are considering enhancing your bust with a breast augmentation procedure, breast implants are the most popular choice out of all augmentation offerings.
How Breast Implants Work
Breast augmentation with implants is the easiest way to get the bust enhancement you desire. Implants are completely body-safe, regardless of whether you choose silicone or saline. They also look and feel very natural. They are an ideal option if you have experienced a loss of volume or have always felt your bust was too small for your figure.
Choosing Your Ideal Size
Some women are hesitant to consider breast implant placement because they believe all enhancements are huge and very obvious. However, there are likely plenty of women you know who have had an enhancement! Choosing your own ideal size depends largely on your opinion of the matter. If you feel a small C-cup would be perfect, our surgeon can provide you with implants in the correct size for your needs.
Deciding When to Receive Your Augmentation
Recovery from breast augmentation with implants usually takes multiple weeks. Of course, a lot of your recovery depends on you and your lifestyle. If you work a desk job, you may feel fine to return part-time relatively quickly. If you work a very physical job, such as working with livestock or heavy machinery, you may want to schedule more time off.
Receiving breast augmentation with implants is a near-permanent way to get the bust size you have always wanted. If you are ready to explore your options, get in touch with us at Rios Center for Plastic Surgery and schedule an appointment at our office in Edinburg. We would be delighted to review your case and advise you of all the options available to you. Breast augmentation could work for you, but you won’t know until you come in for a consultation. Contact us today to book your appointment with our surgeon!