Posted August 25, 2013
For many women, the summer season is probably the most self-criticizing time of the year. From barely-there bikinis on the beach, to slinky summer dresses, this is the time when most women are dressed to keep cool. It’s also the time that we see more skin than any other time of year, which gives women the chance to see just how different they are from each other – especially in the bust.…
Posted April 02, 2013
Many women notice that their breast implants seem to appear unnaturally high on the chest soon after their breast augmentation procedure. This is very common due to skin and tissue tightness and swelling, especially when the implant is inserted below the pectoral muscle. For up to a month after the procedure the breasts are usually swollen and cause the nipple to point slightly downward, producing a sagging appearance.…
Posted November 05, 2012
Should I wait to have children before getting breast implants? This is a common question among women who are considering breast augmentation. There is not a definitive answer to this question, as it really depends on the patient.
Research shows that breast implants do not pose any risk to the unborn child. In addition, breast implants should not interfere with the ability to breastfeed. …