As a plastic surgeon, I find that many patients are interested in breast augmentation. They naturally have a lot of questions about it during our initial consultations. In this two-part post, I’ll address the questions most commonly asked by patients, as well as implant options, how they are placed and how often they’re replaced.
Carrying a child during pregnancy is rough for so many reasons. You’re often tired and nauseous. Your feet and hands swell. More significantly, your body is constantly changing to make room for your new infant and to prepare you for delivery. Sometimes, the body simply cannot bounce back on its own after the pregnancy is over. This is where a mommy makeover helps.
Deciding to undergo any cosmetic procedure is a big decision. From cost to recovery time, it’s imperative that you ask questions – as many as it takes until you are completely comfortable making a sound decision regarding your procedure. So many of the questions and concerns I get from patients seem to stem from myths and misinformation they have seen in the news. Being able to address these concerns and questions is an important first step in the cosmetic surgery process.