Signs You Should Consider Breast Augmentation

June 29, 2019

If you want to enhance your figure, there are plenty of ways to do so. For women looking to improve their curves, silicone and saline breast implants are a great option. Dr. Marcus H. Crawford has helped numerous patients in and around Atlanta, GA achieve their cosmetic goals.

Here are some common signs that a person is ready for breast augmentation surgery. Go through this list and consider the points made. If getting breast implants still sounds like a good option to you, we’d be more than happy to help you achieve your cosmetic goals.

You Wish Your Breasts Were Larger

It should come as no surprise, but this is main reason women are interested in breast implants. When you discuss breast augmentation with a surgeon, they can help determine the ideal implant size for your needs. Generally it’s best to pick implants that complement your build and figure. This helps ensure natural results.

You Have Uneven and Lopsided Breasts

Sometimes women have breasts that are asymmetrical. One breast may be larger than the other, or a breast might not be as perky as the other breast. These problems with asymmetry can result in a great deal of self-consciousness. Breast implants can ensure proper symmetry of the breasts, and a better overall appearance in the process.

Your Breasts Droop or Sag

Breasts that sag can make you feel extremely self-conscious, especially if you’re young. Typically a breast lift is performed to address drooping and sagging breasts, but implants can also be used to ensure breasts are firm and perky. We might recommend a combination of a breast lift and augmentation for the most ideal results.

You’ve Considered Your Personal Reasons for Surgery

You may feel self-conscious about the appearance of your breasts, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that surgery is a good idea. Think about why you want to get breast implants and if they’ll address your fundamental sense of self.

Additionally, make sure you’re getting the surgery done because it’s what you want. You shouldn’t feel pressured to get breast implants to make others happy. When it comes to your body, no partner, family member, or spouse should compel you to do something you don’t want.

You Know the Pros and Cons of Breast Surgery

While breast augmentation is the most popular plastic surgery procedure in America, that doesn’t mean it’s without its risks. Prospective patients should be aware of potential complications from surgery, including infection, poor aesthetic results, and issues with scarring. Knowing the risks as well as the benefits should give you realistic expectations.

You’ve Researched the Cost of Breast Implants

Breast augmentation can be expensive, so it’s important to do your research when it comes to the cost of surgery. If breast augmentation is not in your budget at the moment, you could consider financing options, which break up the total price of implants into monthly installments.

You’re Ready to Speak with a Surgeon About the Procedure

You’ve weighed your options, you’ve thought it through, and breast augmentation is right for you. Now take the next step. For more information about breast implants, contact a skilled cosmetic plastic surgeon. We look forward to your visit and discussing this with you in greater detail.

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