Getting breast enhancement surgery can feel like a rite of passage for many women— not only are you able to get the size of breasts you’ve always wanted but you’re able to enhance one of your most valuable and womanly assets. And although it’s important to know all of the many perks and benefits of getting breast implants, if you are considering getting breast implants, it’s important to know a few of the things that they won’t do for you— that way you won’t be disappointed. Read on to learn more.
- Give You Self Esteem
Many people feel that their self-esteem lies in their appearance. And although having a great body and appearance won’t hinder how you feel about yourself, getting breast enhancement surgery will not guarantee a better self esteem and/or happiness. Remember that getting any sort of plastic surgery in order to make you feel better about yourself, is the wrong reason. However, there are many right reasons to get breast enhancement surgery, including:
- Disproportionate Breasts— Too Small For Your Body
- Different Sized Breasts
- Deflated Breasts Due to Pregnancy, Weight Loss, or Anything Else
If you are considering getting breast implants because you feel that they will make you feel better about yourself, talk to Dr. George Philip Smith about other reasons to get breast implants.
- Help With Sagging Breasts
If you have sagging breasts either due to old age or breastfeeding, you are not alone. And although it might seem like getting breast implants will lift your breasts back to where they once stood, you might be surprised. In fact, breast implants will not lift your breast but will rather just fill them out instead. If you want your breasts lifted in addition to getting implants, ask Dr. George Philip Smith about getting a breast lift in addition to your implants.
Getting breast enhancement surgery done is a big decision. By understanding what you will and won’t get out of the surgery, you can be better informed. To learn more about breast enhancement surgery or to schedule an appointment, contact Dr. George Philip Smith today!