Monday, August 20, 2007
Modern breast augmentation has been around since the early 1960's and it has not been without its fair share of controversy. Interestingly enough, the nay sayers are often individuals that would not be having breast surgery done.
For the women who has undergone a mastectomy, has had her breast shape distorted from child bearing, or who simply want's a self esteem boost by having the bosom she's always dreamed of - breast augmentation becomes a bit of a life line. So why so much controversy? There are other procedures that are done that have a higher risk and don't undergo the scrutiny of breast implants.
There are many benefits to having breast augmentation including looking great and feeling great about your body. Research has shown a real psychological boost and you'll miss no more than a couple of weeks at work, often retuning in as little as a week. There is no scientific evidence to substantiate an increased risk of autoimmune disease or breast cancer, and they don't have to impede your ability to breast feed.
Life isn't without risks, but if we worried about every little risk we'd go nowhere and do nothing. As a woman you work hard to make sure your family is taken care and that you do your part to put food on the table. So don't you deserve a little pampering too? If your breast size or shape bothers you, why not have a Boston breast augmentation done? Wouldn't it be great to have that figure back that you had when you were young and crazy? Or if you've always had small breasts, perhaps you're ready for a little fuller figure so that shopping for a wardrobe isn't so difficult.
So with all the benefits of breast augmentation, why wait any longer?