Women seek breast enhancements for a variety of perceived benefits. Most simply want to look better in certain types of clothes or swimsuits, thus increasing her clothing options. Certainly when a woman believes she looks better, she feels better about herself. The woman will look and feel more feminine. It may very well increase her self-confidence. We see this whether a woman never had a large enough breast to begin with, or if she is restoring her size after breast feeding, or if she is trying to achieve better symmetry of the breasts due to a developmental condition.
Along with improving the shape and size of the breast, other goals are just as important. Every effort is made to maintain breast function, softness, and sensitivity. It is also critical to minimize interference with breast cancer detection. If a woman is planning on having more children than the procedure should be planned so that there is no interference with breast feeding.
There is an extremely high satisfaction rate with breast enhancement surgery. However it is not for everybody. As with any cosmetic procedure patient selection is critical. The keys to success in this procedure are good health and realistic expectations on the part of the patient. When these goals have been met, many women tell us it’s the best thing they ever did for themselves.