There are a variety of factors that help determine how feasible breast augmentation surgery is for prospective patients. Generally, women who are in good overall health and have realistic expectations about what a breast augmentation treatment can help them achieve make for the best candidates for breast implants.
When you meet with Dr.Salemy during your private, one-on-one consultation, he will have a very thorough discussion with you about your aesthetic goals and medical and health history, and he will evaluate your current breast and body anatomy. Dr. Salemy will determine, based on a variety of additional other factors, how feasible breast augmentation is for improving breast shape, and/or increasing breast volume or cleavage.
The best way to understand all the considerations that will impact your breast augmentation journey is to consult with a qualified board-certified plastic surgeon, especially one who has had significant experience with breast augmentation procedures. Dr. Salemy, in his private consultations with patients, will discuss aesthetic goals, review medical history and overall health, and examine breast tissue and skin, as well as the rest of a patient’s anatomy.
Moreover, he will discuss the following additional factors to help determine whether a breast augmentation is a good fit for you:
The most ideal candidates for Breast Augmentation surgery are healthy patients who have prepared for what could be a life-transforming procedure through proper education, planning, and understanding of the surgery, it’s potential benefits and risks, and outcome. Dr. Salemy and his staff are trained to help guide you toward the best course of action for your breast augmentation procedure, depending on each patient’s unique health history and aesthetic goals. Whether Dr. Salemy performs your surgery or another Board-Certified surgeon does, having realistic expectations and honest, open discussions with your surgeon about where you are now and where you want to be as a breast augmentation patient will go a very long way towards helping you achieve your aesthetic goals. Patient satisfaction and outcomes are much higher when patients are good candidates and have realistic expectations.