Breast augmentation is a standard procedure that is routinely performed to increase the size and shape of women’s breasts. Interestingly, while the sole purpose of this cosmetic surgery is to enhance the bustline, there is much more to the result of augmentation than breast size. When we consult with patients about what they wish to achieve, we go beyond the first four letters of the alphabet (Cup Size means nothing to your plastic surgeon) to see the bigger picture. We want you to see it too.
When the size of the breasts changes, the appearance of the entire body changes. It is for this reason that we suggest patients observe their overall figure in a full-length mirror when trying on different implant sizers. Looking at your body in a mirror is far different than observing before and after pictures online. By changing the shape of the breasts, implants can make your whole body look wider, fuller, heavier, even shorter. The goal is to make your body look naturally proportionate.
Dr. Kimmel has been performing breast augmentation surgery for over two decades. This clinical experience has significantly expanded on formal training, affording our team the insight to address the nuances of every woman we treat. Breast shape is paramount to the outcome of breast augmentation. Before surgery, our consultation and discussion is lengthy and includes tissue assessment and measurements that can guide our treatment process. Getting breast augmentation involves much more than choosing which Cup size you think it right for your body.
If your perception of breast augmentation is that this surgery begins and ends with your breasts, your viewpoint may be dramatically changed after your first pre-surgical visit with us. There is a reason why breast augmentation is one of the leading cosmetic procedures in our country, and there is also a reason why our patients are so satisfied with their results.
The journey to your best body can be through breast augmentation. Contact our Hazelton or Pottsville office to schedule your consultation to learn more about breast implant types, sizes, and more.