Breast enlargement FAQ includes many questions commonly asked by women, as well as some men, who are interested in increasing their breast size using surgical or non-surgical modalities. We have compiled some of the most common questions that we receive in the Breast Q&A section and have included them here, along with the usual answers.
Please enjoy this FAQ resource, detailing every aspect of surgical and noninvasive breast enlargement. If you still have an unanswered question, be sure to consult with your doctor for individual advice.
Noninvasive Breast Enlargement
Q: Can I really increase my breast size without surgery?
A: Yes, there are a few safe and effective methods of making breasts larger, without having to get artificial implants.
Q: What is the best way to increase the size of my breasts without getting breast implants?
A: I generally think the BRAVA system works best among non-surgical methods of breast enlargement.
Q: What do you think of those pills and creams which are advertised all over the internet? Many are not too expensive and claim fantastic results. Should I try one?
A: In my experience, most of these do nothing to increase breast size, except by possible placebo. In some instances, herbal ingredients in some formulas may work a bit for some women, although the results can not be considered consistent.
Q: I want really huge breasts, but I do not want surgery. What can I do?
A: You can dream. You can wear breast forms or a really padded bra. There is no better answer for this, since non-surgical methods will only provide conservative enlargement results in almost every case.
Invasive Breast Enlargement FAQ
Q: Are breast implants really truly safe?
A: Yes and no. The implant themselves are generally considered safe, although the implantation procedure does have risks and can cause potential complications. Make sure to talk to your doctor about these potential liabilities before agreeing to surgery.
Q: Will implants hurt?
A: Yes, getting breast implants will hurt during healing. Breast augmentation is, after all, a significant surgical procedure. Your body will heal and they should stop hurting within a few weeks in most cases. Some women have enduring pain, but this is uncommon.
Q: How will they actually feel to the touch?
A: This is one of the most common questions. Unfortunately, there is no cookie-cutter answer. The type of implant, size, material, placement and other factors will all influence the feel and look of your new breasts. It is worth taking the time to research the characteristics of each implant and discuss these options with your surgeon. If possible, try to actually feel a real augmented pair on a woman who has the same type of implants you desire. It sounds like a strange request, but many doctors can arrange this.
Q: Is there another surgical option besides implants?
A: Yes, there are fat injections, tissue transfer procedures and even laser treatments. None of these are universally accepted as safe or effective and none will provide implant quality results.
Breast Enlargement FAQ Final Thoughts
We hope that you enjoyed reading this FAQ section. If you have a personal question not covered in this FAQ, feel free to consult with your trusted plastic surgeon for more detail.
Remember that taking the time to learn all about any type of breast enlargement is crucial before selecting the best method for your specific needs and wants.
No one path is right for all women or men.
The more you learn, the better you can make an informed and intelligent decision, which is bound to increase your chances for a satisfying aesthetic result.