When it comes to breasts, chances are what you’ve seen in the glossy pages of fashion magazines or on the silver screen have been augmented or photographically altered for peak appeal. Very few women were born with a perfect set of breasts. Though deep down you know those breasts aren’t real, the media’s endless parade of ideal breasts can leave you feeling like yours are the odd ones out. News flash: they’re not.
Many women have aspects about their breasts they’d like to modify, from size and shape to asymmetry or sagging. Whether pregnancy and nursing, significant weight loss or the aging process, normal life events can cause unexpected changes in the breasts. Some women may not be bothered by their natural shape or discrepancies in their breasts, but others can feel self-conscious about their bust, leading some considering breast implants.
To Each Her Own
There is a complex relationship between our bodies and our self-esteem, and everyone deserves respect for decisions they make that best suit their needs. A woman’s desire for opens in a new windowbreast augmentation is personal, varying from individual to individual. For the woman who chooses breast implants of her own accord, numerous opportunities are available to meet her goals. There are, however, right and wrong reasons for getting breast implants. It’s important to identify the motivation behind your decision to ensure the choice is truly yours.
Your Body, Your Decision
Unfortunately, some women may experience outside pressure to alter their breasts. Though you may be content with your natural breasts, significant others, your peer group, or others may convince you to think about implants. Getting implants to please a partner or to fit into a group is the wrong reason, and can negatively impact your physical and emotional well-being. The only one making the call to get breast implants should be you.
Providing patients with plastic surgery and non-surgical treatment options, Dr. Rand uses his medical expertise and aesthetic sensibilities to make a positive impact on the lives of his patients. Dr. Rand is constantly driven by the unique challenges of plastic surgery, a field that seamlessly blends artistry and medical science.