Breast Augmentation Surgery

Breast augmentation is among the most commonly performed cosmetic surgery procedures. Although breast augmentation is extremely popular, the reasons for selecting this procedure can vary for many patients.

Some patients seeking breast augmentation are satisfied with the shape of their breasts but simply want them to be a little bit plumper. Other common personal reasons include breasts that are perceived to be underdeveloped, asymmetry of the breasts in size and/or shape, and changes after pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Weight loss, aging, and childbirth can also affect breast volume. Breast augmentation can address all of these concerns by creating a more proportional shape and size, and can often boost confidence, as well.

Who is suitable for Breast Augmentation Surgery?

Women who are experiencing a combination of breast ptosis (sagging) and volume loss are typically considered good candidates for a breast augmentation-mastopexy (BAM).

By combining a breast lift with augmentation, excess skin can be removed, breasts can be elevated to a more youthful position, and volume can be restored with implants.

However, if volume loss is the only concern, a breast augmentation alone may be the best choice. If enough breast volume is present and enlargement is not desired, surgeon may suggest a breast lift without implants.

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