A frustration voiced frequently by women presenting at Mr Sudip Ghosh’s Milton Keynes cosmetic surgery clinic is that while motherhood is a tremendously rewarding experience, the body – and particularly the breasts – pay a price.
Where once a woman may have enjoyed a full, pert and shapely bust, she now seeks to cover up droopy breasts that lack form and volume. This can make a woman feel quite differently about her body, detracting from her self-confidence and, in turn, impacting on her relationships.
More women in the UK are turning to breast surgery each year; what are the choices they can make?
Should I choose a breast lift or a breast augmentation?
For some women, a mastopexy (breast lift) is the ideal option, removing the excess skin and lifting the existing breast tissue to sit higher on the chest as it did pre-pregnancy. Some women prefer this as it feels like a less invasive, more natural answer and it creates a pleasing shape.
For others, however, a breast augmentation with implants gives more satisfying results as it addresses the issue of volume loss.
What are my implant options?
During your breast surgery consultation with Milton Keynes-based Mr Sudip Ghosh, you will discuss all your options. Mr Ghosh will make recommendations once he has assessed your general health, conducted a physical assessment of your frame and listened to your objectives.
If a breast augmentation is the best way by which to achieve your goals, Mr Ghosh will explain the range of implant shapes, sizes and materials that are most suitable for your individual case.
Many women who seek breast surgery to regain their pre-baby bust opt for the teardrop implant; this emulates the natural shape of the breast, with greater volume in the lower pole and a gentle slope downwards from chest to nipple.Leave a reply