Are you looking for a better body shape and for curves that fill out your clothes to perfection? If you are, you may be interested in learning more about getting a breast augmentation in San Antonio. Our staff can help you sculpt the bust line of your dreams. We ensure that you are always treated with respect and compassion and that your needs and goals become our needs and goals as well.
Why Should You Have a Breast Augmentation in San Antonio?
This treatment is performed to help you get larger or more shapely breasts. It is particularly good if you want to go up by one or more cup sizes or if you want a more rounded breast shape. However, it is also a good option for getting symmetrical breasts that are equally sized or for adding projection.
You may be a good candidate if your breasts are completely formed but if they have never been as large as you have wished. You may also be a good candidate if you once had larger breasts, but they have decreased in size as you have aged, lost weight or gone through surgeries or sicknesses. For this reason, a breast augmentation is sometimes added to a breast lift for the best results. Keep in mind that your results do not have to look extreme or fake. You will be able to choose exactly what shape and size of breasts are right for you.
What Decisions Will You Need to Make?
You will have many decisions to make before your surgery. First, you must know what size breasts you wish to have. You may only want to go up one size for a very natural look, or you may want to go up two or three cup sizes for a big change. Second, you will need to decide if you want the natural teardrop shape or if you want a more rounded look. Third, you will need to choose between saline and silicone implants. Both provide a great look. Some women say that the silicone feels the most authentic. Our surgeon will also walk you through several other decisions that must be made.
What Will You Experience During Your Procedure?
A breast augmentation is a surgical procedure that is most often done under general anesthesia. Therefore, you will be asleep during this same-day procedure. After an hour or two of recovery, you will be sent home with instructions for how you are to care for the area, what activities you are allowed to do and when you should visit our surgeon again.