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Can Breast Augmentation Give You the Cleavage You Want?

Posted on March 9, 2020

Can Breast Augmentation Give You the Cleavage You Want?

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Cheerful woman at her computer.Many women choosing breast augmentation are looking for larger breasts. However, size is not always the main reason for breast augmentation. Some clients are simply looking to improve their cleavage.

People believe that larger implants will automatically deliver the lines and lift they desire. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Factors such as body structure, implant profile and placement affect how breast implants can give you cleavage.

Your Body Structure Plays a Role

When meeting with a breast augmentation surgeon, they will evaluate your body structure, including your chest wall and current nipple placement. When looking to improve cleavage, they must evaluate the width of your sternum (breastbone), the shape of your chest wall and where your nipples naturally sit.

5 Elements of an Optimal Breast Augmentation Recovery [Infographic]

Posted on February 27, 2020

6 Breast Augmentation Safety Tips Everyone Should Know [Infographic]

Posted on July 19, 2019

3 Questions You Really Want to Ask about Breast Augmentation & Nipples

Posted on January 21, 2019

3 Questions You Really Want to Ask about Breast Augmentation & Nipples

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Woman biting pen sitting at desk taking notes.One of the most common questions that women ask before getting breast enhancement is, “Does breast augmentation change your nipples?” Take a look at the answer to these FAQs to give you a better idea of how your breast procedure may or may not affect your nipples.

1. Does Breast Augmentation Change the Shape of Your Areolas?

No, breast augmentation shouldn’t necessarily change the shape or size of your areolas, unless you’d like it to. You could add a breast lift to your procedure to address symmetry or other concerns you might have about the appearance of your areolas. But if you plan on breastfeeding in the future, you might want to hold off on this until after you’ve completed your family.

4 Tips to Heal Faster after Breast Augmentation [Infographic]

Posted on October 31, 2018