Breast augmentation is one of the most popular forms of plastic surgery performed today. Like it or not, the symbol of an “attractive” woman typically has large, beautiful breasts. Furthermore, this outcome is often the goal of many women—especially women who exhibit conditions like micromastia. This particular condition is typically characterized by a woman having nipples on a flat chest. Since the breasts do not develop as they should, this can be a common source of concern for these women. To address these problems, countless women are getting breast augmentation.
Is Bigger Really Better?
The obvious objective of most breast augmentation surgeries is to increase the size of a woman’s breasts. So, without saying anything, the sheer number of breast augmentation procedures performed every year speaks loudly that the majority of women believe bigger breasts are better.
Time to Even Things Out
While a lot of breast augmentation surgeries are performed simply to increase size and volume of a woman’s breasts, some of these surgeries focus more on correcting the unevenness that some women exhibit in their breasts. With the ability to use implants that are shaped differently, or your own fat, this makes it possible for a plastic surgeon to sculpt and render a woman’s breasts to appear to be evenly proportioned with respect to each other. This makes it easier for a woman to fit into a bra or a swimsuit without looking or feeling awkward.
All women realize that big breasts are considered to be attractive in today’s society. It only stands to reason that many women who have breast augmentations tend to find it easier to date and engage members of the opposite sex. This procedure can often help many of these women experience increased confidence and self-esteem.
Breast augmentation is becoming more and more popular for good reason. To learn more about how the procedure works, make an appointment at The Plastic Surgery Center, with offices located in Sarasota and Bradenton. Contact us today to schedule a consultation!