Published February 28, 2014

Investing in Breast Implants

Investing in Breast Implants

Are you thinking of investing in breast implants to deal with any imperfections you might have with your breasts and to improve your figure? It is only natural for women to desire fuller and more attractive breasts. After all, a woman’s body is her own and she has every prerogative to enhance it as she sees fit. For women that desire a fuller and more beautiful breast size, a breast implant cosmetic surgical operation can certainly be the answer.

About breast implants and breast augmentation

Over the last 4 decades, breast implants in Australia have been gaining ground as one of the most popular, effective and safe cosmetic surgical procedure for women. The operation itself is relatively simple and is basically accomplished by installing an augmentation device/breast implant through a small incision just behind or in front of the chest muscle to minimise scarring. Breast implants in widespread use today are generally filled with saline solution or silicone gel.

The demand for breast implants in Australia

There are many perfectly good reasons for women to actually want a breast implant done. For one thing, age is certainly a factor when it comes to saggy, loose and unattractive breasts.

Women may also experience breast problems due to weight loss or following the stress of giving birth and child rearing. These are just a few of the popular reasons among women turning to breast augmentation surgery for beautiful, firm and younger looking breasts.

Of course as a surgical procedure, not just anyone can have a breast implant done. An ideal candidate for any cosmetic surgical procedure should be in reasonable health and at least 20 years old. Risks associated with the operation increases with age along with possible health problems like heart disease and diabetes. Despite these factors, breast cosmetic surgery is generally safe and effective so long as women stick with industry standards and deal only with certified and board-qualified cosmetic surgeons.

Indeed breast implants are a great solution for any woman looking to improve their figure and breast appearance and while most people might think that the need for breast cosmetic surgery yields purely aesthetic benefit that appeal only to the vain, this is certainly not the case. Breast augmentation can yield psychological, emotional and social benefits as well as the said procedure enables women to become happier about their appearance and lead fuller and more confident lives.

Breast Augmentation – setting the right expectation

Now while the results of a breast implant can be life-changing for any woman, one has to make sure that they keep their expectations in check so as to avoid any disappointments. You can call us on 1300 368 107 and we can book you in for a consultation to discuss exactly what we can do for you.

Dr. Tavakoli is one of the best and most accomplished cosmetic surgeons in Australia and offers results that have far exceeded the expectations of most of our clients.

Recovery times following a breast implant operation is fairly short and manageable. Women can expect to deal with some degree of swelling and soreness for a couple of days but thanks to Dr. Tavakoli’s precise pre-planning, meticulous breast augmentation methods and ultra rapid recovery techniques, patients can resume work and light activities like driving after 7 – 10 days, but should usually wait 2 – 3 weeks for more strenuous work. For exercises like upper body weights 6 – 9 weeks is usually recommended.

Women have the right to be happy about themselves and if that involves improving the appearance of one’s breasts then breast augmentation surgery can be the ideal solution for you. After all it’s important to be truly happy with what you have got and for women that are unhappy with their sagging, small or misshapen breasts; breast implants might just be the answer!

Published By: Dr Kourosh Tavakoli

Dr Kourosh Tavakoli, MS, FRACS, is an internationally renowned Australian trained plastic surgeon with over 20 years of surgical training. He is an active member of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS), International Society (ISAPS) and American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS). He is considered a world leader in plastic surgery of the breast and body and lectures extensively around the word on these topics.