MAE Plastic Surgery: What You Need to Know About the 3 Forms of Breast Enhancement Surgery

When most people think of breast enhancement, they often think of breast augmentation, but breast reduction and breast-lift surgery are also surgical procedures that enhance the shape of a breast.

Whether a breast is being reduced or enlarged, the ultimate goal is to make the resultant breast proportionate to surrounding body features. Clothing will be easier to find and wear more attractively.

Most women that want breast enhancement are doing so because they are self-conscious about their bodies. There is overwhelming data to show that more than 90 percent of women who have the surgery have an extremely high approval rating in how it relates to improving their self-esteem. Teenagers and young women with large breasts may especially feel self-conscious wearing swimsuits and other types of clothing due to unwelcome attention to large breasts.

Breast reduction surgery can reduce the limitations that large breasts place on participation in sports or other activities. Some physical activities may actually be painful for women with large breasts. Women who undergo breast reduction surgery go on to lose weight that was difficult to lose prior to having the surgery. This is ultimately better for their overall health.

Women who have either reductions or lifts often have fewer upper back and neck aches. Typically, the shoulder discomfort associated with supporting larger, pendulous breasts also subsides after this procedure.

All three forms of breast enhancement surgery have been reported to improve a woman’s sex life. When you feel more confident about your body, you typically feel more attractive and will tend to exude more sex appeal.

Men who have oversized breasts (gynecomastia) and then have a procedure to reduce those breasts become much less self-conscious about being shirtless. They will feel more confident on the beach or in the locker room.

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