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Why Women Get Breast Implants

At my practice in Denver, breast implants are one of the most commonly requested procedures. For some, it is part of a series of post-mastectomy reconstructive surgeries. Others report wanting to get implants along with a tummy tuck or liposuction after becoming mothers, for their “mommy makeover.” But most of the women who elect to have this procedure share a few common desires, as a recent infographic from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery shows.

Intimacy

In 2011, an estimated 316, 848 women chose to have breast augmentation, and looking better naked was stated as the key reason for an overwhelming 91 percent. Over 70 percent of those women reported that after the surgery, their sex lives became more satisfying. The connection is clear. When you feel better about your body, and you are more comfortable being naked, it naturally follows that you will enjoy improved intimacy.

Appearance

Women who are unsatisfied with the size of their breasts often come to my clinic in Denver for breast implants. Women report that when their breasts are larger, or even simply proportionate to the rest of their bodies, their clothes fit better. They are able to enjoy putting on bikini tops, evening gowns, and other form-fitting garments that they never felt comfortable wearing before.

Confidence

After getting breast implants, Denver women report feeling a remarkable boost in confidence. In fact, around 80 percent of women who have had breast augmentation say they feel less self-conscious in both work and social situations. This has a wonderful effect on overall wellbeing, fulfillment, and happiness. That must be why fully 94 percent of women who have implants are pleased with the decision, and would recommend it to their friends.

This information is for education only, and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.

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