Deciding to have a breast augmentation can be a promising prospect that provides real solutions to long-time insecurities. But it is important to understand what your primary goals are.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, women between the ages of 30-39 make up 36% of all breast augmentations performed. That is the highest rate among any age group.
Women in this age group seem to have the financial stability to indulge in such procedures. Also, these are the women who are most likely to regain their figures after childbirth and years of breastfeeding. As any mother will tell you, having children can take a heavy toll on the body.
There are several reasons to opt for a breast augmentation. Some of the most common reasons are to increase the size of naturally small breasts, restore volume after pregnancy or weight loss, achieve better symmetry and enhance your overall self-confidence.
A breast augmentation is not meant to correct severely drooping breasts. If this is something you struggle with, you may want to consider a breast lift, which can sometimes be done at the same time as your augmentation.
If you aren’t sure about exactly what your goals are, it helps to sit down with an experienced surgeon like Dr. Sean Younai and explain your goals and expectations. Contact our office which is located in Encino, California.