According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, breast augmentation is the most popular plastic surgery. Dr. Rafael Gottenger, Plastic Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida, says the reasons why women are getting breast implants, how the procedure is, and describes a great candidate for this surgery.
As you mentioned a breast augmentation is the most popular plastic surgery and according to the American Society of Plastic Surgery as well so why do you think that is is it because we’re in South Florida is it because it’s very common well I think a combination of both a it’s people when they see the results they like to have it from the circle part it’s a straight for procedure it’s a story that you have minimal scars and enhancement of the breast compared with others so it appreciate that you have to have big scars so people like to have almost a non visual scar for result of an augmentation so it’s an easy procedure takes about an hour and a half and you have the results that you see nearly I almost feel that your plastic surgeon also becomes your therapist so they must come to you for many reasons as to why people are why women choose to have breast augmentation so what do you what are some of the reasons well you have to also be on the other side you have to be careful who it’s really a good candidate because know that it’s the candidates some people have a wrong with dysmorphic imaging of your body and sometimes people are blaming something for something that’s not real medically and they want to have an enhancement and that’s it the person that you will never be able to improve and then it’s a patient that really have you know small breasts and wants to look a bit bigger that’s the good candidate so basically we do a little of psychology when we interview the patient and we need to be sure we catch the patient are really good candidates and the ones are not you
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