4 Reasons to Consider a Breast Procedure

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4 Reasons to Consider a Breast Procedure

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Breast enhancement features a variety of options today that allow women to tailor surgery to their aesthetic goals. Whether you are looking to make your breasts larger, smaller or create a more youthful body profile, there is a breast procedure for you. At the Australian Centre for Cosmetic and Genital Surgery, we have four good reasons for women to consider a breast procedure at our facility.

Boost Confidence

A disproportionate breast size can make you more than a little self-confidence about your appearance. Small breasts may lead you to feel less feminine, shunning snug or low-cut clothing for fear of revealing your lack of curves. Massive breasts can also be embarrassing, keeping you from participating in some activities in addition to avoiding certain types of clothing.

If your breasts droop or sag, it can create an appearance that is much older than you feel. All of these issues, which are culprits in your lack of self-confidence, can be addressed with targeted surgical treatments designed just for these concerns. When you improve your breast shape and size, you may find you are more confident and comfortable in your clothing and during intimacy with your partner.

Restore Original Breast Size

Even if you were happy with your breasts at one time, circumstances of life could cause them to change. Pregnancy and breastfeeding are two of the biggest culprits in undesirable fluctuations to the breasts, such as drooping, sagging and a deflated look. Even your nipples can suffer the effects of having children, as the areolas may enlarge and the nipples may start to point downward as the breasts lose their perky position on the chest.

Weight fluctuations can also be problematic for the breasts. Losing a substantial amount of weight, whether through diet and exercise or bariatric surgery, may have a positive effect on your looks and your health. However, the benefits may not extend to breasts that can take on a deflated, drooping appearance. In these cases, the sagging you see may be caused by loose skin the area that can no longer hold the breasts up as efficiently as before. Breast enhancement can address all of these concerns, restoring the breasts to their youthful appearance.

Improve Body Contours

Your body contour is determined by your curves – in front and back, and on top and below. Your breasts play a significant role in the aesthetic quality of your profile overall. By creating proportion with the breasts in relation to the rest of the body, you improve your body contour.

When your body is in better proportion, clothing fits better and more attractively. Your confidence in your appearance increases and you like what you see in the mirror every day. In many cases, improving your breast curves will bring your waist, buttocks and thighs into better proportion as well.

Eliminate Back and Neck Pain

Women will exceptionally large breasts may face more than the cosmetic embarrassment over their appearance. Heavy, pendulous breasts can strain the muscles of the back and neck, causing chronic pain and recurrent headaches. The skin underneath the breasts can rub on the chest, creating friction, irritation and even skin infections.

The shoulders also take a beating, with stress on the muscles and the skin where your bra straps sit. The straps can cut into your shoulder due to the weight of the breasts, leading to deep grooves and pain. Surgical reduction of the breasts offers long-term relief from all of these uncomfortable symptoms, as well as a more attractive, proportionate body profile.

If breast enhancement sounds like the right choice for you, don’t trust your procedure to any doctor. Professor Moore has extensive experience in all types of breast enhancement and will listen to your concerns and aesthetic goals to ensure your outcome meets your expectations. To learn more about options for breast enhancement, contact the Australian Centre for Cosmetic and Genital Surgery on 0414 251 234.

Prof Colin Moore