Is a Breast Augmentation Right for You?

Pregnancy, advancing age, and weight loss can change the look of your breasts. Or maybe, you’ve always felt self-conscious about the size of your chest? 

Regardless, breast augmentation may help you feel sexy and confident. Breast augmentation increases your cup size, but can also increase breast fullness and projection. Yaqub Baraki, MD offers his cosmetic surgery expertise to help you get natural-looking, full breasts to boost your self-image and confidence.

If you’re considering breast augmentation, read on to help you decide if you should come to Lansdowne Aesthetic Center for a consultation and explore your options.

Becoming a mom changed your breasts

Childbirth and breastfeeding often cause breasts to lose their volume and roundness. Your body may have returned to a pre-pregnancy weight, but your breasts still look saggy or deflated. Breast augmentation can restore volume and fullness, returning you to a pre-baby look. 

Do consider whether you’re done with your family prior to surgery. If not, talk to Dr. Baraki about what future pregnancies might do to the look of augmented breasts.

You’ve always been unhappy with your chest

You may have a naturally flat chest, less-than adequate chest size, or tuberous breast deformities. In these cases, breast augmentation makes you look more feminine and improves your confidence.

Your breasts don’t match 

If you have breasts that don’t match in size, breast augmentation can help. This asymmetry can be quite noticeable, and surgery can create symmetry so you have a natural, normal look to your chest.

You’ve lost a lot of weight

Congratulations on achieving a weight-loss goal! However, you probably noticed that you can’t pick and choose from where pounds disappear. Often your breasts shrink when the number on the scale reduces. Breast augmentation can boost your cup size so that you look proportional and feel ready to show off a slimmer physique.

You’re experiencing the effects of gravity

As you get older, your breasts lose their height and look saggy. Breast augmentation can’t restore their heft, but breast augmentation with a breast lift restores roundness and elevation, so your chest is youthful and perky. Both procedures can be performed at the same time for maximum effect and easy recovery. 

You’re doing this for YOU

Breast augmentation surgery can greatly improve your self-confidence. But remember that it’s your body, and no one should pressure you into getting implants. Make sure this is your decision.

If you’re contemplating breast augmentation surgery, seek out a provider who has the expertise, compassion, and skill to help you achieve your aesthetic goals. At Lansdowne Aesthetic Center, we help you determine the right implant type depending on your needs. 

Saline or silicone implants each have their own incision approach and a different feel. Plus, you’ll need to consider shape and size. We can help you determine what’s best based on your body proportions and desired look. Some women want a mild refinement in their breasts’ appearance and size while others desire a greater change in cup size and look.

Call the Leesburg/Ashburn, Virginia office for a free consultation, or book an appointment using this website. We are here to welcome you and help you feel your best.

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