The Time for Your Breast Augmentation Is Now

It’s no secret that you’ve experienced many body changes throughout your life. Whether you’ve given birth, gained or lost weight, or are just getting older, you’ve probably noticed a change in the shape and positioning of your breasts. About 71% of women are unhappy with their breasts, but we can help.

Renuance Cosmetic Surgery Center provides breast augmentation to give patients the perfect, perky breasts they’ve always wanted. With more than 300,000 procedures performed in 2018, breast augmentation is the most popular cosmetic surgery in the United States. 

Many women put off breast surgery because they can’t afford to be out of work. The coronavirus pandemic has urged many businesses to allow employees to work from home. Now is the best time to undergo surgery so you can heal in your pajamas while you’re confined to your home. Here’s everything you need to know about breast augmentation.

Who gets it

Women, both old and young, seek breast surgery with one goal in mind — to boost their confidence. Although breast surgery is a completely personal choice, here are some of the reasons women seek it.

Many women get breast surgery because they aren’t happy with the size or fullness of their breasts. Some women seek breast augmentation to acquire symmetry because one breast is smaller than the other. If you’ve had surgery that has affected your breasts, breast augmentation may be a great option to reposition and enhance your chest.

Many new mothers find that their breasts sag lower and their nipples are now positioned differently. Breast lifts are a good option for those who aren’t looking to necessarily change the size of their breasts, but rather the position. 

Types of breast surgeries 

Breast surgery isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. Brian Eichenberg, MD, and his experienced staff meet with you to find the surgery or combination of surgeries that are best for you. Dr. Eichenberg may suggest breast augmentation with or without a breast lift.

Breast implants (Recovery time: 6-8 weeks)

If you’ve always felt unconscious about having small breasts, silicone or saline implants can help you get the full figure you’ve always imagined. Dr. Eichenberg makes an incision in your breast and places an implant. He goes over the details with you at your consultation and answers any questions you may have.

If you are seeking both volume and perkiness, Dr. Eichenberg may suggest you do a breast lift in addition to implants.

Breast lift (Recovery time: 4-6 weeks)

Breast lifts are a great option for women who want to regain a more youthful breast shape. Dr. Eichenberg makes an incision and reshapes the breast tissue to a more appealing position. He also repositions the nipple and areola, if necessary.

See your results with VECTRA® 3D imaging

The best way to decide which surgery route to take is by seeing the results. At Renuance Cosmetic Surgery, we make this possible for our patients with our state-of-the-art VECTRA® 3D imaging. 

During your consultation, one of our surgeons creates a digital 3D model of your body, altering your breast shape with different surgeries and implant sizes. That way you get to see what looks best for your unique body.

If you’re getting breast implants, you’ll also have the option to try different implants sizes under your clothes to get an idea of what your surgery results will look like. At Renuance Cosmetic Surgery Center, we are dedicated to putting your needs first so you feel as comfortable as possible.

Get your dream body today

You’ve probably spent much of your life commuting to work and spending long hours on your feet. Now that you’ve been given the option to work from home, it’s the perfect time to undergo surgery so you can heal and work in the comfort of your home. 

Ready to get the body you’ve always dreamed of? Call our office in Murrieta, California, or book your breast augmentation appointment online.

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