When breast implants and breast augmentation began, women were simply looking for a way to enlarge their breasts and create a curvier silhouette. However, as times have changed, so have the reasons for breast augmentation and the goals of women having these procedures. While still being one of the top plastic surgery procedures performed every year, the focus is no longer on bigger breasts, but on more natural looking breasts. Women are now following different goals when it comes to breast augmentation.
A Boost in Self-Esteem
If someone is unhappy with their body, it can often affect their overall self-esteem. Many women are choosing breast augmentation to fix subtle imperfections in their breasts, such as asymmetry, in order to feel more comfortable and confident in their own body.
When one breast is bigger than the other, breast augmentation can help achieve an even, proportional appearance.
When it comes to breast augmentation, the vast majority of women are no longer thinking bigger is better. Instead, they are looking for subtle changes that look proportional to the rest of their body while also restoring the perkiness of their youth. In most cases, they are not looking to go out and buy a new wardrobe to accommodate large breasts, but rather to achieve naturally enhanced breasts that fit well into the clothes they already love.
Scarring can occur with any surgical procedure. However, when it comes to breast augmentation, new techniques allow for less scarring risk. Many women are talking with their surgeons to determine the best possible technique to achieve their goals while also reducing the risk of scarring.
At Kobienia Plastic Surgery, Dr. Brian Kobienia understands the new trends in breast augmentation and works with his patients to help achieve natural looking breasts with minimal scarring in order to help boost their self-esteem and achieve their desired outcome. To learn more about how a breast augmentation can help you achieve your desired curves, call us at (612) 930-1111 or visit us online to schedule an appointment.