Here at Gabay & Gottlieb, we pride ourselves as being the leading provider of breast augmentation in Philadelphia. For years, our team of professional cosmetic surgeons, doctors, and nurses have been restoring confidence in our female clients by delivering meticulous breast augmentation procedures.
But how do you know that breast augmentation is right for you? Below are some points to reference if you are considering this transformative procedure.
Why Are You Considering Breast Augmentation?
This will be one of the very first questions that our medical team asks you during your initial consultation. The answer that you give us is critical as it affects how happy you may be with the results following the breast augmentation procedure. If your reasons for having this procedure are unhealthy, such as to impress somebody else, this could be counterproductive to your overall confidence. Therefore, it’s essential to make sure that your decision benefits you above anyone else.
Are You Eligible for This Procedure?
From the outset, you have to make sure that you are eligible for breast augmentation. If your breasts are not fully developed, you are pregnant, or you are nursing a young child, you may not qualify for treatment. However, certain circumstances and reasons for wanting to undergo breast augmentation are always taken into consideration by our expert team.
Are You Ready to Undergo Surgery?
With any invasive surgery, there are several risks involved that need to be discussed and considered. Potential patients should feel comfortable and informed about the breast augmentation procedure before finalizing their decision. There are always surgical options that can be discussed for those who are nervous about undergoing surgery.
Are You Committed to Aftercare and Change?
Any surgical procedure involves commitment from both the patient and the surgical teams providing the operation and aftercare. There may be specific steps that you will be encouraged to take before and after the surgery to maintain your health and get the best results for your body type. With breast augmentation, you’ll have to commit to looking after your implants in case any ruptures or complications arise post surgery.