Boob Jobs: Things You Need To Know

Boob jobs continue to be one of the most popular cosmetic procedures for women to have. They can boost your confidence and self-esteem. While also making you feel happier about what you see in the mirror each day. Whether you’re a model or stay at home mom, a boob job can change your life in so many ways. But instead of rushing out to get the process started, you need to know as much as you can beforehand. Use this guide to find out more about what they process entails and to get extra knowledge before you meet with a consultant.


They don’t last forever

Many state-of-the-art cosmetic and plastic surgery procedures are not meant to last forever. Boob jobs included. So if you are serious about getting breast implants, it’s beneficial to know that they will need replacing in future. This can come as a shock to many patients who think they will only need one procedure. It’s recommended that implants are replaced every ten years to prevent them from hardening and rupturing. Your surgeon may also recommend having annual scans to check that the implants are still intact. This is something you will need to plan for mentally, physically and financially. So if you don’t think you will be able to afford to have a replacement every ten years, it might be unwise to proceed.

Recovery can be quick

One thing that many patients worry about is the recovery process after their boob job. As with any surgery, some pain, swelling, and discomfort are normal after a boob job. Heavy lifting or stretching should be avoided to prevent any post-surgery complications. Buy many women are now encouraged to carry on with all of their other daily activities. Studies have found that those who go back to work and carry out normal activities are more likely to have a quick recovery than those who don’t. This means you can go to work, enjoy family life and do light exercise. If you do what feels comfortable and listen to your surgeon, there is no reason why your recovery can’t be a quick and smooth process.

You won’t see results straight away

After the surgery is complete, many women feel disappointed with the results of their boob job. This is often because they want the results they desire straight away. Before you have this procedure done, it’s important to know that it can take time for the results to appear. You will have swelling that can take weeks and months to disappear fully. Only once the swelling has gone can you see your final results. So don’t feel too disappointed if they aren’t what you expected straight away. Light exercise and medication prescribed by your surgeon can help reduce the swelling. But try not to rush it too much.
These are just a few things you need to know before having any kind of breast procedure. But don’t stop your research there. Visit cosmetic surgery websites and talk with people who’ve been through the process. That way you will know whether it’s the right decision for you or not.

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