Summary: Nearly all women consider getting breast enhancement surgery at some point in their lives. The breasts are one of the most constantly changing parts of the body, as they respond to factors like age, diet, lifestyle and pregnancy. The breasts are also one part of the body that most women want to embrace and feel comfortable with, making plastic surgery a popular option for bringing out the best in your natural curves. When it comes to loving your body, there are a few periods of a woman’s life when breast enhancement can be the best way to appreciate your feminine figure.
1. In Your Twenties
By the time you’ve reached your 20s, it’s safe to assume that the majority of natural breast development has already occurred. While some women do continue to experience breast development into their mid-20s, your 20s are a good time to assess how you feel about your breasts and decide if you’d like to go up or down a size. Many women consider breast augmentation in their 20s to fill out their breast volume, while others may decide that their 20s are the perfect time for a breast reduction.
2. Before Getting Married
If you find that a slightly more voluptuous figure would allow you fill out the wedding dress of your dreams or feel confident and sexy in your honeymoon bikini, breast augmentation may be just the solution for you. In fact, one of the most common times women get breast augmentation is before getting married. If you can plan far enough in advance, try to get breast implants six months to a year before your wedding to ensure your implants have plenty of time to drop. Don’t forget that you may want to include a breast lift if you’re concerned with breast sagging.
3. After Completing Your Family
After you’ve completed your family, you may find that your breasts just aren’t what they used to be. Pregnancy, nursing and the effects of age can take a significant toll on a woman’s breasts, and many women lose breast volume as a result. The loss in volume can also encourage breasts to drop downward, creating an aged appearance. If you don’t anticipate any future pregnancies that could reverse the results of breast enhancement, now may be the ideal time for a breast augmentation combined with a lift. These two procedures complement each other by increasing breast size while also repositioning the breasts to a more youthful position.
4. After Weight Loss
Following weight loss, many women find that their breasts simply aren’t as proportionate to their new figures as they once may have been. For some, losing weight also means significantly decreasing breast volume, making breast augmentation a welcome figure boost after weight loss. For others, weight loss results in disproportionately large breasts compared to the rest of their new body shape. A breast reduction can improve body proportions after weight loss by creating smaller and lighter breasts in a more youthful position on the torso.
5. After Children Have Grown and Moved Out
Many women who have children sacrifice their own needs and preferences in order to raise their family. Once the children have grown up and moved out, however, women may find that investing in themselves is a long-awaited reward for putting their needs on hold for so many years. Women increasingly turn to breast enhancement in their mature years as they reprioritize their own happiness and embrace their bodies as they age with grace.