Breast Reconstruction

Breast ReconstructionThere are so many changes that a woman experiences in her life that can impact both the size and fullness of her breasts. For many women, this plays a big role in their confidence.

Who Can Benefit from Breast Augmentation
Following a dramatic weight loss, it’s common to find that your breasts feel empty and sag. Plastic surgery can help correct this.

An increase in breast size during pregnancy is normal as your body prepares itself to provide for your new baby, and some women find that post-pregnancy their breasts go back to their regular size and retain fullness. For other women, the effects of pregnancy alone can leave breasts drooping or feeling empty.

Breastfeeding is another factor which can cause changes in breast tissue. Breasts can appear less perky and often asymmetrical. Breast augmentation can help improve the size and feel of your breasts.

Aging can affect skin elasticity, and particularly women with larger bosoms may find that gravity has taken its toll.

How Breast Augmentation Can Help Your Look
With a breast augmentation, you can have saline or silicone implants inserted to increase breast size. You may be less concerned with size, and more concerned with the fullness of your breasts. You can discuss the right option for you with your doctor, who can implant the necessary size to fill your skin and give you the appearance of full breasts.

Some women will also require a lift if their breast tissue has become weak. A lift will give you perkier breasts.

The Psychological Effects of Breast Augmentation
A breast augmentation is a huge confidence boost for women who have been unhappy with their breasts. It can empower women to feel sexy and confident again.

Call Dr. Kearney today to schedule your free consultation and see how a breast augmentation could help you.

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