Breast enlargement surgery is one of the most common cosmetic procedures in the UK and there are many reasons why people choose to undergo the procedure.
Some may wish to restore the size of their breasts after weight loss or breast feeding; others may have a reconstruction after an illness. For many, the choice to have breast enlargement surgery is made to help increase confidence and self-esteem.
In today’s society, body image is an issue regularly discussed in the media, with airbrushed photographs of models and celebrities constantly featured in magazines. The effect these unrealistic pictures have on the way we perceive our body image is also regularly discussed. Developing technology has enabled editors and photographers to blur wrinkles, to make a waist smaller, to make breasts bigger, to make skin flawless – all for the perfect image on the front cover of a magazine. For many of us, these images can provoke feelings of inadequacy and a lack of confidence, causing us to feel unconfident in our own skin.
Many of these airbrushed pictures create unrealistic expectations of how we should look but when considering your own body image, it’s important to remember that it’s not about looking perfect, it’s about feeling confident and beautiful in your own skin. When some are looking for increased confidence, many look to surgery to help increase their confidence – the main objective of breast enlargement surgery should be to reveal the confidence that is hidden in you.
Surgery isn’t always the answer, and you should always carefully consider the available options with those closest to you and those in the profession who can advise you, but breast enlargement is an option that can unlock your hidden confidence, helping to stop you feeling self-conscious in your own skin.
Confidence doesn’t magically occur after surgery – it’s commonly believed that confidence isn’t something which instantly occurs, but something which grows and builds over time. If you’re considering breast enlargement surgery, it’s important to choose your surgeon carefully. You should look for one who can advise you, who will understand your expectations of the surgery, who doesn’t believe that the goal of the procedure is to replicate airbrushed images in magazines, and is someone you can trust. Confidence should start growing from the first meeting with your surgeon, and build until the procedure has been completed.
Surgery isn’t the answer for everyone, and it is a decision that should never be taken lightly, but breast enlargement surgery can help increase confidence and self-esteem.