But not every woman has breasts that delight her.
Sometimes, nature is less than generous with her gifts, and women are left to contend with breasts that are … not complemented by clothes featuring décolletage. Sometimes, a woman’s breasts develop asymmetrically, with one breast noticeably larger than the other. Or her breasts lose volume after pregnancy, a significant weight loss, or the simple passage of time. Maybe she has experienced a mastectomy or suffered a traumatic injury.
Medical science has stepped in to help women in all these situations with breast augmentation: a surgical procedure that can give a woman attractive, full breasts that look and feel natural, and enhance not only a woman’s silhouette, but also her self-image.
Breast augmentation has been performed for millions of women since the 1960s, enhancing breasts using silicone and saline implants. Breast augmentation is now one of the most commonly performed procedures in cosmetic surgery, and interest in this procedure continues to increase.