Learning how breast implants will enhance your breasts is a super exciting part of your pre-surgery journey. You may find yourself wondering how exactly breastimplants will change your breasts. And even… your areola size.
Whether you’re prepping ahead of baby’s arrival for a little boobie boost or your little bundle of joy has just arrived, it’s worth knowing that there is a bit of waiting required before you can head into surgery.
We each bring our own unique existing anatomy to the breast augmentation table. Your existing breast anatomy is key to what your augmentation surgery will involve, the kind of implants that you can have and what your post-surgical outcome will be. Let’s talk about tuberous breasts!
There may come a point in life when women decide that they would like a breast augmentation. It kinda fits with the whole ‘after kids’ phase in life that the average age of women seeking a BA is mid-30’s. But I’ve heard of women in their 70s getting breast implants!
When you’re finding out all you can ahead of a breast augmentation surgery you may come across a few terms you don’t know the meaning of! Like… what is a Keller Funnel?! And what does it have to do with my future silicone breast implants?
We are all unique. Our breasts are unique. In fact, each of our breasts are unique. Ever heard the phrase “they’re sisters, not twins”? Well, what this means is that our breasts are not identical, in shape or size!
There are two types of breast implants approved for use in the United States for breast augmentation surgery: saline-filled and silicone gel-filled breast implants. The three most popular manufacturers in the USA of silicone and saline breast implants are: Mentor, Allergan and Sientra.
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