Breast Augmentation Expectations

Dr. Rafael Gottenger, Plastic Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida, says companies give a 10-year lifespan for breast implants, but he recommends his patients to keep them more time if they are satisfied with the results.

To match the reality with the patients’ expectations, he explains it is very important to have a consultation and to be sure what is the real thing that doctors can do for the patient. “The first thing I will ask the patient is what size they are now and what size they want to be, because if a patient is an A and she wants to be a triple D, I really know what she’s thinking of what size she wants to be.”

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