Women who are planning to have cosmetic surgery to increase the size of their breasts may be asking themselves the question, “will newly augmented breasts be too noticeable?” This is actually common point of concern among women who just had breast implants. Even though women who had implants really wanted to improve their breast size, they often tend to worry that their implants will be too obvious. Women want their ‘new breasts’ to look natural.
Women who are concerned that their implants will be too noticeable should discuss their worries with their surgeon prior to the procedure. A good plastic surgeon will take the time to explain different options, which will educate the client about the risks associated with their surgery as well as how the surgery will change her looks. Surgeons who encourage petite women to choose extra large implants do not have their patient’s best interest in mind. Thin women or women who have a relatively thinner of breast tissue may experience rippling. These women should consider choosing smaller, rounder silicone implants that will look much more natural. In addition, many cosmetic surgeons recommend smaller silicone gel implants to patients with generally low body fat percentage who are concerned about their implants looking to obvious.
There are both minor and serious risks associated with breast implant surgery. Women may experience bleeding, infection, deflation, unevenness and loss of feeling in the nipple area. Severe scarring or unevenness will draw attention to the fact that a woman has breast implants. Although even the finest surgeons cannot predict their patient’s outcome after surgery, women should choose a top surgeon who has an excellent reputation to ensure that they receive the best possible results.
How to choose a good surgeon?
Women should avoid surgeons that offer special deals and discount rates. A reputable surgeon does not have sales on cosmetic procedures and does not offer deals on multiple surgical procedures. Women should choose a surgeon that has proper surgical education and training. All staff members should also have the correct training. Top surgeons only operate in safe and sanitary medical facilities. An excellent surgeon will meet with patients and answer all of their questions. They will let the patient know if they are not good candidates for breast augmentation surgery.
Experimenting with silicone inserts
People who decide to get breast implants should remember that the change is going to be noticeable to their family, friends and colleagues. Women, who are not certain whether they will be embarrassed by the attention, can wear silicone bra inserts to get an idea of what their life will be like after the surgery. The waterproof inserts can be placed inside a bra or swimsuit. By wearing the inserts for a few weeks, a woman can get a good idea whether larger breasts will improve her life and whether or not the change is highly noticeable.