Although many women choose breast enlargement to boost their natural figure, that’s just one option for enhancing your breasts. Here are some tips for keeping your breasts healthy in addition to enhancing your curves.
Don’t Skimp on Support
Over time and as a result of the aging process, the ligaments and other supportive structures of the breast lose their strength and gradually stretch out. This causes breast to sag, particularly in women with larger breasts. Sun damage is another contributing factor to collagen breakdown in the breasts that contributes to sagging, as well as causing sun spots and other hyperpigmentation. Wearing a supportive bra (especially during exercise) and plenty of sunscreen can help your breasts stay beautiful for longer.
As long as you’re wearing an impact-minimizing sports bra during workouts, exercise is great for breast health. While there aren’t any exercises that will directly increase the size of your breasts, building up your chest muscles can tone your chest for more definition. If you’re a smoker and needed another reason to quit, you should know that smoking breaks down collagen in the skin faster, which leads to premature aging, including in the breasts.
Do Your Homework
For those Denver women who do decide that breast implants is the right choice for them, definitely take the time to find a skilled and experienced breast augmentation specialist who can help you find the right implant size, shape and profile to ensure that you get the great look you deserve. You only have one body, and it’s worth taking the time to find a surgeon who knows exactly how to bring out the best in your breasts.
Dr. Francesco Campanile is a board-certified plastic surgeon who is also fellowship trained in hand and microsurgery. Dr. Campanile knows that making a lasting change to your appearance is a big decision. His calm, professional approach and deep caring for his patients set a tone that will help you feel confident and relaxed while reviewing your options and learning all about the procedures that can benefit you. Request a consultation today to meet with Dr. Campanile in person.