While it’s understandable that you’ll want to enjoy your new breast appearance as soon as possible, it’s important to be patient following breast augmentation surgery. It will take several months before your final results are achieved. As you heal after breast augmentation, the appearance of your breasts will continue to change. More »
Over 300,000 women chose to undergo breast augmentation in 2018, making it the most popular plastic surgery procedure performed over the last year. For the many women seeking breast augmentation in their 20s, starting a family may not be something on the immediate horizon. However, if you are planning on having children down the road, it’s important to understand how pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding may impact your breast augmentation results. More »
As women look to restore their bodies following pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding, an overwhelming number turn to breast implants — breast augmentation was the most popular plastic surgery procedure in 2018. However, since 2000, the number of annual breast lift procedures has been increasing twice as fast as breast augmentation. Depending on what you’d like to change about your breasts, one of these procedures, or a procedure that combines them both, may be right for you.
Author: Paul M. Heath, MD
Spring is here, and there’s no better way to welcome the season of beginnings with a new you! At Midsota Plastic Surgery, many women choose to enhance their bust line with breast augmentation during the early months of spring. There are many advantages in choosing spring for your breast augmentation!
Breast augmentation alone is not always enough when it comes to achieving a rejuvenated and youthful bust line. While some women only want an increase in breast size and don’t need a lift, others will have improved breast shape and definition if a lift is also performed. Whereas a breast augmentation successfully enlarge the size of the breasts and restores lost fullness, a breast lift rebalances the skin of the breast to its volume and centers and resizes the nipple and areola.
A recent study published in the American Society of Plastic Surgeons’ medical journal, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, demonstrates a strong correlation between elective breast augmentation and a woman’s satisfaction and quality of life. At Midsota Plastic Surgeons, this comes as no surprise to our team of plastic surgeons, who, over their many years of practice, have seen the positive impact that a successful augmentation can have on a woman’s well-being.