Statistics say women’s boobs have been getting bigger over the decades.

At least this is what the news media gleefully reports.
But in reality, natural growth accounts for only a small percentage of noticeably generous curves swelling out of sweaters and T-shirts.

Bras with pads and surgical implants are contributing to a good proportion of the plethora of profuse curves we see every day.

After silicone implants were declared safe, now for Breast Augmentation, MD is witnessing a beeline for boob makeovers.

In spite of the fact that obesity is also contributing to the gains, there certainly is frenzy for simulated products.

Whatever the trigger, there is no any doubt that skimpily covered breasts are a common sight everywhere – at parties, on the streets and of course on the sea beaches.

Women are having a more laid-back attitude toward breast exposures, and it certainly is no surprise that breast augmentation with more than 300,000 procedures in 2017 has topped the list of cosmetic procedures performed in the United States.

What does this procedure really do?

It involves making use of breast implants or fat transfer to enhance the size of boobs.
In a technical lingo it is termed as augmentation mammoplasty.

Is every woman a good candidate for this procedure?
Not necessarily. According to a doctor specializing in breast implant surgery in Frederick MD, it is a good choice for women that are:

• In sufficiently good health to withstand the procedure and recovery.

• As per the FDA (Food & Drug Administration), for saline breast implants, at least 18, and for silicone at least 22 years of age.

• Not pregnant or breast feeding
Most of us have heard of implants, but what is “fat transfer”?

It is a type of boob job where grafting is done by transferring fat from hip or thighs and moving on to the breasts. The procedure used is liposuction.
Quite a good number of women are enthusiastic about this procedure, despite the fact that a few surgeons are skeptical.

According to experts of Breast Augmentation in MD, breast fat transfer is not as consistent as implants.
Yet, this procedure suits certain cases.

“For women who experience rippling effect after a breast implant procedure, fat transfer can be an appropriate procedure to enhance fullness of deflated areas”, says a Maryland based cosmetic surgeon.

Rippling refers to appearance of perceptible ridges in the implant that show through the skin.
This effect is not uncommon, but if women do not have adequate breast tissue to hide the effects of rippling it can make them feel a bit awkward.

A typical boob job takes about an hour to complete. After the procedure the patient is allowed to go home with the surgical bra the same day.
Keep in mind that it takes a bit of tweaking before the results show.

The boobs will “slump and fluff” because the skin stretches and muscles relax.

“Do not look daily in the mirror”, says a surgeon who performs Breast Augmentation MD. “Wait for 6 months before they settle down. A good part of the results will be visible at three months”.

Dr. Guy Cappuccino is a board certified plastic surgeon specializing in all types of cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries. He is an experienced surgeon known for treating his patients with compassion and personal attention.

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