You’ve done your research, narrowed down your plastic surgeon search and scheduled a few breast augmentation consultations. However, each plastic surgeon has a slightly different plan for your procedure. Now what?read more
# Breast Augmentation
After breast augmentation, most women are able to return to work within one week, although you will still have to limit physical activity for another few weeks. In addition to following your plastic surgeon’s specific recovery guidelines, use these breast augmentation recovery tips to help ensure a smooth healing process along the way.read more
While you might be eager to get back to your normal exercise routine after breast augmentation, it is important to take it slow and allow your body the time it needs to rest and recuperate. To help ensure a smooth, seamless recovery and optimal results, keep these tips in mind before hitting the gym after getting breast implants.read more
Choosing the right implant size is a top priority for most women when planning their breast augmentation. Vectra 3D imaging is an advanced tool that can help you visualize your results before your procedure, so that you can select the breast implant options that best align with your goals.read more
You’ve had your consultation, selected your breast implant size, and started thinking about picking out new bras. In the months leading up to your breast augmentation, you’ve probably been working hard to prepare for your surgery by getting in shape, planning healthy meals and checking other big prep steps off your list. As you near your procedure date, you can start taking smaller, simpler steps to get ready, so you don’t stress about anything once you are home.
These breast augmentation preparation tips are perfect for the last few weeks before the big day.
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You’ll already have your time off from work approved before scheduling your procedure,