Is Bigger Better?

For most women, getting breast implants is about more than just going bigger. Instead, breast augmentation results these days are focused on achieving a more naturally enhanced appearance.

Looks for Your Lifestyle

One of the primary contributors in this shift toward a smaller overall implant size is at least partially a result of the active lifestyles we currently live. Enjoying a lot of physical activities is a major part of the health-focused culture, and large breasts can get in the way of that. Simple exercises like jogging can become painful with larger breasts, while other activities like yoga or rock climbing are challenging at best. Cosmetic surgery that uses smaller implants instead gives your body the enhancement you want, without sacrificing your current busy lifestyle.

Celebrity Trends

More celebrities are having their larger implants downsized or removed entirely, and are openly positive about their choice. The decision to switch to a more natural appearance is based both on modern beauty standards as well as personal preference. When women hear about their role models feeling positive about smaller breasts, this has an influence on their own decisions about implant size as well.

A Personal Choice

Choosing your breast implant size is a very personal decision that depends on several factors. Regardless of what celebrities are choosing to do, you have to make the decision about your appearance that’s right for you. I find the most successful breast augmentations are those that are proportional to a woman’s frame, and conducive to her current lifestyle. This combination makes women the happiest about their decision to move forward with augmentation, because it really brings out the best in their bodies, without costing them the active lifestyle they love.


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