If you are considering breast implants, you may be wondering how long they will last. These devices are designed to hold up for many years, and with technology always making improvements, most women will be able to enjoy long-lasting breast augmentation with today’s implants. That said, there are several factors which can influence breast implant longevity. Here is the latest on how long breast implants typically last and what is being done to ensure that they last as long as possible.More » Next Page »
Fat transfer (also known as “fat grafting”) is a procedure that uses fat taken from one area of the body to enhance another area of the body. It is a terrific way to refine your body contours by enhancing your breasts or buttocks while minimizing other areas like your lower abdomen, hips, or thighs.More » Next Page »
The profile of a breast implant refers to how far the implant projects outward from the chest wall. Your choice in breast implant profile will have a major impact on your results after breast augmentation surgery.More » Next Page »
Breast augmentation scars are an unavoidable aspect of breast enhancement surgery. Your surgeon will have to make surgical incisions through which your breast implants can be inserted. The appearance of your breast augmentation scars will depend on the location of these incisions, scar maintenance after surgery, and how your body heals.More » Next Page »
One of the most important decisions you make when planning your breast augmentation is the size of your implants. The ideal breast implant size for you will depend on your anatomy, your preferences, and a few other relevant implant characteristics.More » Next Page »
When you are planning your breast augmentation, there are a lot of important decisions that must be made. One of these is the placement location for your implants. Your surgeon can insert your breast implants either behind or in front of your pectoral muscles. Each placement has pros and cons, but in most cases, under-the-muscle implant placement will usually be recommended.More » Next Page »
Breast augmentation is a completely personalized procedure. Everything from the incision location to the size of the implants will be tailored to your needs. One of the major breast augmentation essentials is which type of breast implant you should get. As each type has its pros and cons, silicone implants may be best for some women while saline implants may be best for other women.More » Next Page »
Do your breasts hurt while exercising? Do you avoid certain physical activities because your breasts are too large? If your breasts are hindering your ability live an active and healthy lifestyle, you may want to consider breast reduction.More » Next Page »
What is the difference between these procedures? And which one would be better for you? Both breast lift and breast augmentation surgeries enhance the appearance of the breasts; however, they do so by addressing different aspects of breast appearance. Read on to learn more about these procedures and which one (or both!) could be right for you.
Every mom knows firsthand how much pregnancy changes the body. Regardless of the woman’s age, pregnancy usually leads to new stretch marks, stretched skin, and sagging, deflated breasts. Breast implants can give you attractively youthful, firm, and perky breasts after pregnancy and childbirth have taken their toll.