Just because your friends have new breasts, it doesn’t mean that you have to get them, right? Here at our office, Dr. Stanley Foster tries to help every patient make the best decisions for them, their life, and their body. If you have been toying with the idea of getting a breast augmentation, but you aren’t sure if it’s the right thing for you, then we have a few questions for you to ask yourself.
Am I Happy With My Breasts?
Every woman deserves to be happy in her own skin and with her breasts. If you are unhappy or embarrassed by the size or shape of your breasts, then a breast augmentation can help. It is Dr. Foster’s goal to ensure that you walk out of our office feeling happier than ever with your new breasts.
Are My Breasts Asymmetrical?
Asymmetrical breasts can be really obvious or they can be very subtle, but either way, they can be embarrassing. During an augmentation, we can try to make you as symmetrical as possible.
Did I Lose Breast Firmness After pregnancy?
Most women will lose some firmness in their breasts after pregnancy, breastfeeding, or both. When this happens, it can make the breasts soft and feel deflated. Implants can help restore the texture of your breasts so that they are firmer again.
Are My Breasts Smaller After Breastfeeding?
Another thing that a lot of women face after breastfeeding is a loss of tissue in the breasts, which can make them smaller and droopier. If this is the case, Dr. Foster may recommend not only a breast augmentation but a breast lift as well to lift and tighten your breasts.
If you are over the age of 18 and have answered yes to any of these questions, schedule your breast augmentation with Dr. Foster at our Middlebury office and call 203-577-6550.