A woman’s breast size is often a sensitive subject. Popular media always seems to highlight women with nicely shaped chests. Unfortunately, nature and genetics don’t always cooperate and give women the ideal breast size. Your breasts may be too small for your frame, or you simply are not happy with their size. You may be a good candidate for breast augmentation at Cosmetic and Reconstructive Specialists of Florida.
What is Breast Augmentation?
Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure. It’s one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the U.S. with a high rate of satisfaction among patients.
The procedure entails inserting silicone or saline implants into the breast. A small incision is made in front or behind the pectoral muscle to insert the implants.
Breast augmentation changes the size and volume of your breasts, particularly on top. Your breasts are fuller and more asymmetrically shaped.
After undergoing breast augmentation women often experience a boost in their self-confidence. Some women feel they can finally wear the styles they love and look great in the clothes.
Types of Breast Implants
Silicone and saline are the most common, but these aren’t your only implant options. You can choose from a variety of breast implants at Cosmetic and Reconstruction Specialists of Florida
- Gummy bear implants are made from silicone and mimic the natural contour of your breasts.
- Round implants are ideal for women looking for a higher profile. The implants can help lift the breast at the top.
- Smooth breast implants have a smooth outer texture.
- Textured breast implants use a textured outer surface to prevent the implant from shifting in the breast.
The right type of breast implant for you will depend on the goals you are trying to achieve.
Are You a Good Candidate for Breast Augmentation?
Almost any woman is a good candidate for breast augmentation and the reasons for getting the procedure vary with each client.
Contact Dr. Low and Dr. Cheung at Cosmetic and Reconstructive Specialists of Florida online or call their office at 954-533-8029 for a consultation.