Breast augmentation surgery allows for correction of breast mound size deflation following breastfeeding or for improvement of overall breast size to improve overall breast size harmony with the body.
The female silhouette is best created by generous breast mound contour interposed on a narrower waistline. Breast mound prominence has been the most important icon for the feminine allure until recently.
Over the last decade, the prominence of the buttocks has become a near equivalent factor to preserving the outline of the feminine silhouette. The breast and buttocks, in fact, should ideally balance each other; i.e. the more generous the buttocks, the more generous the breasts can be.
Breast augmentation surgery intends to increase overall breast size so that it is in harmony with your buttocks size. Balancing the size of the breasts and buttocks ensures not only the aesthetic beauty of the female body but also ensures the functional establishment of your center of gravity in the central core of your body.
Considerations After Breast Augmentation Surgery
Breast augmentation surgery must take into account not only personal aesthetic preferences but also functional considerations.
When enlarging your breasts, it is important to take into consideration the longterm repercussions of having larger breasts. To begin with, you should recognize that larger breasts tend to sag quicker than smaller breasts. Patients will have to commit to providing their breasts more support such as wearing a supportive bra as often as possible.
This means not only during exercise but also during routine daily activities and even during sleep. This is because heavier breast mounds will be pulled down more aggressively by the force of gravity. Over several years to decades, this pull on the breasts will have detrimental effects on your breast mound shape and position.
Additionally, Dr. Mowlavi encourages breast surgery patients to wear supportive bras during sleep in order to avoid the side effect of breast lateralization following breast augmentation surgery. Breast lateralization occurs during sleep whether you sleep on your back or your tummy.
When you are on your back, your breasts will fall out beyond your lateral chest due to the effects of gravity. Similarly, when you are on your tummy, your chest will press your breasts against the bed and as a result push them out laterally. The bra will provide your breast mounds support and counter lateralization whether you sleep on your back or your abdomen. Breast augmentation surgery will create.
Please appreciate this 26-year-old female status post bilateral breast augmentation with 397cc on the right and 421cc on the left high profile silicone implants.