With breast implants as apposed to Natural Breast
Enhancement, it is no longer a case of one size fits all. Current
breast augmentation patients have more choices than ever before --
including where they want the surgeons to make the incisions.
Moreover, breast inserts are now being made in various sizes and
shapes so virtually any body type can enjoy an augmentation that is
balanced, natural and matches the patient’s frame.
According to the American Society of Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery,
breast augmentation is the second most frequently done invasive
surgery, with about one-third of a million women having the procedure
in 2004. Obviously we here at Top10Herbal suggest Breast Enlargement
the natural way at a first choice.
Not too many years ago, almost every breast enhancement patient
received a round implant. Many women did not like the look of what
they often described as two large grapefruit halves applied to their
chests. But now, the natural look is the “in” thing.
Typical reasons for a breast augmentation include a woman feeling her
breasts are too small; to correct sagging breasts after pregnancy; to
make both breasts the same size and, sometimes, to lift a drooping
Surgeons start a breast augmentation in one of four ways: they make an
opening in one of the creases in the patient’s belly button (the trans
umbilical procedure); in the area where the breast meets the wall of
her chest (infra-mammary); in the armpit (trans maxillary) or in the
areola, (peri-areolar,) the area of dark skin surrounding the nipple.
Moreover, incisions don’t have to be large enough to allow passage of
the surgeon’s hand. Almost all implants are rolled up like a cigar and
then inserted through the incision, through a channel just under the
skin and into a surgically made pocket over or under the chest
muscles. Once in place, the implant is then inflated.
Some prefer to place breast implants over Breast Enlargement pills. By
placing them through a two-inch incision in the crease just under each
of the woman’s breasts,” says Stephen T. Greenberg, a plastic surgeon
with offices in Woodbury, N.Y., and New York City. “It results in a
very well-hidden scar, one which hardly anybody has ever noticed.”