Looking around the internet, there are literally thousands of websites featuring breast implant photos. This fact certainly helps to relate just how popular surgical breast enlargement has become all over the world. While it is a good idea to look at photos when considering breast augmentation surgery, simply looking at hundreds of faceless, nameless breasts will not help you to make a wise choice.
To utilize breast implant pictures wisely, there are certain considerations which should be kept in mind. This article will teach you how to do it right.
Learning from Breast Implant Photos
If you are looking around the internet for implant photos, make sure that your findings will also help to educate you while searching. Try to find a website which gives a detailed description of the augmentation procedure for each set of photos, including type of breast implants, size of implants, incision placement, anatomical position, surgeon, and whether the procedure was an original augmentation or a revision.
This additional information might assist you in making some decisions about what you like and do not like when viewing a particular implant placement.
The most important use for implant photos is accomplished in your doctor’s office. When considering hiring a surgeon to perform your breast enlargement, make sure to look at actual photos of their patients, in order to determine if the doctor’s work will fulfill your body image expectations.
Make sure to look for scarring, symmetry and overall aesthetic quality. Be suspicious of any pictures which seem to conceal flaws or scarring by using odd angles or obvious touch-ups.
Poor Quality Breast Implant Photos
Most cosmetic surgeons place extensive galleries of their work on their own websites for public perusal. I am always surprised and shocked when I look through some of these photos and discover results which are often poor and sometimes downright ugly. If you see this on a surgeon’s site, avoid that doctor like the plague.
Remember: The photos on a site should represent the very best of a doctor’s work. If they are not that good, then you can imagine what the worst might look like.
In addition, any doctor who does not care much about how their work is portrayed on their site will probably not care much more about how your breasts will look after surgery.
Use common sense and make sure the photos you see are perfect.
Benefiting from Breast Implant Photos
In cosmetic surgery, look and feel are everything. Photos do not always convey a completely accurate depiction of look, nor do they assist the viewer in determining feel, at all.
The photos you see should at least be inspiring and ideal. Any photo which seems like a compromise should warn you away from a particular surgeon.
To all those doctors who post poor or simply mediocre pictures on your sites,shame on you. Think clearly, doc. Patients are judging your talent and experience based on these displays. Take the time to photograph your work properly and only post pictures of patients that truly live up to your highest professional standards.