Are You A Candidate For Breast Augmentation Surgery?

November 1, 2016

 

Breast implants can all at once improve the proportions of your figure, enhance the firmness of your breasts, correct asymmetry and restore a more youthful-looking body contour. The aesthetic rewards are seemingly endless, but it's important you commit 110% to your decision—it’s likely your breast augmentation will not only be image-enhancing but life-changing.

 

You'll have many decisions to navigate along the way. Dr. Diaz will help you through the entire process, beginning with the consultation. This comprehensive 60-minute session is the first exciting step toward reaching your aesthetic goals. Dr. Diaz will spend time listening to your goals and will then design a customized surgical plan to give you the specific results you dream of.

 

The best candidates for breast augmentation are women who know exactly what they want (most bring in pictures of looks they love), and those who are undergoing the surgery for themselves and no one else. Bonus points for already having an understanding of the procedure and coming to the consultation equipped with every possible question, from cost to recovery. 

 

Your candidacy for breast augmentation surgery depends on a number of other factors including your overall physical health. You should be ready to discuss with Dr. Diaz any health problems you've had or medications you're taking as they may affect the healing process. If you're a smoker, note that the use of cigarettes can negatively affect your body's healing process, and that you will be required to give them up prior to surgery. There’s no time like the present to start healthy habits!

Another thing to seriously consider is your schedule. You’ll need time off from work or school to rest and recuperate. You’ll want to make sure this can fit into your vacation or break. 

If all of this sounds good to you, then you are likely a good candidate for surgery. Make sure to contact the office in advance of your desired appointment date to secure a spot. We look forward to seeing you in the office soon!

 

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