Breasts come in all shapes and sizes. That’s something that women can easily forget because of the focus the media and magazines have on highlighting beautiful women with one or two types of “ideal” breasts. If you are thinking about getting breast augmentation, you need to realize that the structure and size of the breasts that you have now will affect what your new and improved breasts will look like after surgery. This is one reason why you can’t pick your new breasts from a catalog.
How pregnancy and childbearing affect a woman’s figure will always be relevant to women who desire plastic surgery because of their desire to remain beautiful over time. Last month we discussed how pregnancy can affect a tummy tuck, and this time we will talk about how it affects breast augmentation.
The media likes to highlight bad plastic surgery, particularly celebrities who have undergone plastic surgery with less than ideal outcomes. They take pictures and post them with glee, and many women wonder why these people who have so many resources available to them have this happen. Is it because anyone who undergoes breast augmentation is doomed to have rippled or otherwise strange looking breasts eventually?