Breast augmentations are popular because they offer dramatic improvements in the breasts with a single procedure. If you are considering a breast augmentation, here are a few things you should consider beforehand.
Breast Implants Are Not Permanent
Many women may be worried that breast implants are a permanent decision. While implants are one of the longest lasting procedures available, they are not irreversible. If you decide that you don’t like your implants, or would like to change the shape or size, implants can be removed just as easily as they were put in.
Not All Plastic Surgeons Are Board-Certified
Plastic surgeons are responsible for breast augmentation procedures. However, the title of “plastic surgeon” alone is not enough to ensure their medical skill and ability. A board certification recognizes the amount of time and experience that has been put into the field. A board-certified plastic surgeon has completed fellowship training and spent hundreds of hours performing surgical procedures. Board-certified plastic surgeons are most capable of performing breast augmentations and other procedures.
No Vigorous Activity After Surgery
A breast augmentation requires significant downtime after the procedure to ensure proper healing and recovery. This means you need to plan to avoid vigorous activity for a few weeks following your surgery. This may require you to have someone around the home to assist you. A recovery period is essential to your health and your results, and has to be taken seriously.
Set Realistic Goals and Expectations
A breast augmentation can offer dramatic results, but the possibilities are reliant on the current state of the breasts. It is important to keep realistic expectations, both for your results and recovery. If you have any concerns, don’t hesitate to ask your doctor.
Want to Learn More?
If you are interested in a breast augmentation, contact Carp Cosmetic Surgery Center to learn more. Carp Cosmetic Surgery Center proudly serves patients from Akron, Cleveland, Canton, and the surrounding areas. Call today for a free consultation.