How Can Breast Implants Change My Appearance?
By Dr. Fredric Newman on April 29, 2015
With the numerous advances made in the field of breast surgery and the composition of breast implants over the years, women today have more choices than ever before. If you are considering breast augmentation, you likely have many questions about how to choose the breast implants that will be best for your needs and goals. Some patients are concerned with having results that are too large or too small, while others are nervous about results that may look artificial or unnatural. During the consultation process, Dr. Fredric Newman will discuss all possibilities with you and show you examples of various implant types, shapes, and sizes. He will listen to your aesthetic goals and talk with you about how certain implants can not only provide you with the best breast augmentation results, but also have a positive effect on your overall proportions. He can also show you before-and-after breast augmentation photos from his previous patients, giving you an idea of the potential results that can be obtained from the procedure. These photos can also allow you to recognize certain qualities you may desire in your final results.
Since the specific type and shape of implant will not look the same on all patients, Dr. Newman considers how your anatomy will factor into the final result. These considerations include how much breast tissue is already present, how the implants will balance with your unique body structure, and other issues. The idea is to choose the implants that can meet your essential goals while complementing the other features of your physique, providing a balanced proportion and beautiful, natural-looking results.
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For more information about breast augmentation, or to learn how implants can change your appearance, please contact the Aesthetic Surgery Center to schedule your consultation.
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“Dr. Newman listened but he also educated me. In addition to his results, it really came down to the confidence that he instilled in me.” - Kim, Actual Patient