Unfortunately not all of us are blessed with large chests. Because of this many women opt to have breast augmentation surgery. There are many reasons why women choose to have this surgery such as breast change after child birth, weight loss or after having a mastectomy. One of the leading incentives women choose to have this surgery for is self-esteem and appearance. There are many benefits in having the procedure done but there are many things to consider as well if seriously considering it.
Women tend to feel better about themselves when their body is proportionate. When they look good, they feel good. This can raise their feeling of self worth. Having larger breasts connect them with their femininity. They look and feel more like a woman. Feeling good about their body in turn can help a woman’s sex drive. If she feels sexy she won’t be embarrassed about her body, therefore will be more willing to initiate love-making.
Having breast augmentation not only helps with self-esteem but improves your overall body contour. Clothing will start to fit better. The whole shopping experience will be much more pleasant when purchasing clothes. It is easier to find clothes that fit a woman well with larger breasts than it is for a woman of smaller breasts such as an A cup size.
One must consider the risks involved with having the procedure and the costs. Breast augmentation surgery can cost you anywhere between 2,999 to 10,000 depending on type, if a lift is also done and whom you go see for the procedure. Risks for this procedure include but are not limited too blood clots, bleeding, unfavorable scarring, nipple insensitivity, and infection.
Breast implants should not be considered permanent. Full replacement or adjustments made need to be done in the future due to weight changes, aging or hormone issues.
Any person who chooses to have this surgery must also check with their health insurance company. Many insurance providers will not cover the cost for the procedure as well as any follow up visits afterwards. You may also be excluded from breast disease coverage in your plan after having the procedure.
There are pros and cons to everything. If a woman wants breast implants and has carefully thought it out, there is no reason why she shouldn’t have it done. With the proper support, a little research, financial means and some serious deep thinking, she will be well on her way to being the perfect candidate for breast augmentation.