It happens. The kids are still asleep, the house is quiet you get up and look in the mirror and think “what has happened to my body over the last 10 years?”
The harsh reality (of which no one ever tells you beforehand), is that pregnancy, childbirth and breast feeding take a toll on the female body.
As does time itself.
Sometimes we are not ready for these changes. We want our confidence back; we want our positive self-esteem back.
Breast enlargement doesn’t have to be a dramatic change. Most mothers who come to me say they still want to look natural, they accept they will never look like they did at twenty-five and they don’t necessarily want to. They just want some ‘filling’ in their breasts so they don’t feel so ‘sucked out’ by breast feeding. Breast enhancement is perfect for a mother who wishes to do something for herself to regain her positive self-image. To feel confident, walk with purpose, wear a fitted T shirt or singlet top in summer.
As a female specialist Plastic Surgeon and mother, I understand this. It’s not about having a boob job to have massive breasts. It’s about quality of life and living the life you want to. It’s about feeling good.
In a study published in the May edition of the official journal of The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 98% of women undergoing Breast Enlargement Surgery say the results met or exceeded their expectations.
In Australia I perform breast augmentation surgery on women from all walks of life. It is becoming such a popular choice and the results speak for themselves.