Boosting Breast Appearance When You’re Already Happy with Size

shutterstock_63904969The first thing that most people tend to think about when considering breast augmentation is breast size, but what if it’s not the size of your breasts that you’re concerned with? In reality, there are a number of factors that can influence your breast appearance, and although size may be one of them, there could be other aspects that are also important to you.

Breast Asymmetry

For some women, breast asymmetry can create feelings of dissatisfaction and even low self-confidence. In this case, even if you’re completely happy with your breast size, you might think about getting breast implants to improve their symmetry and overall appearance. Working with a skilled cosmetic surgeon, like Dr. Andan you can achieve a more balanced look through breast enhancement options like augmentation, reduction, a breast lift or even a combination of procedures.

Breast Position and Sagging

Whether the result of aging, pregnancy or genetics, breast sagging can be a concern for many women. This is another very common situation when a breast enhancement procedure can help to improve your overall appearance without necessarily changing the size of your breasts. With a breast lift, Dr. Andan can reduce sagging and improve breast position while maintaining your natural size.

Of course, a breast lift can also be combined with breast implants if you desire added volume. Even very subtle changes in size are possible through various surgical techniques. Talk with Dr. Andan to determine which procedure(s) may be right for your unique circumstance, and be sure to clearly outline your goals in terms of size, symmetry and position to maximize your results.

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Boosting Breast Appearance When You’re Already Happy with Size
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Boosting Breast Appearance When You’re Already Happy with Size
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Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Gordon Andan of New York Surgical Arts explains why women may consider breast enhancement options that have nothing to do with size.
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New York Surgical Arts
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