Breast augmentation is a leading plastic surgery procedure that comes with a host of physical and psychological benefits. It has a remarkably low regret rate and offers women the opportunity to enhance their confidence and achieve their desired aesthetic goals.

Despite breast augmentation’s popularity and outcome effectiveness, there are potential drawbacks to consider. Thorough consideration of the pros and cons of breast augmentation surgery is important before scheduling surgery.

This comprehensive guide on breast augmentation aims to assist you in making an informed decision about whether this popular cosmetic surgery is the right choice for you.

What is Breast Augmentation Surgery

Breast augmentation surgery, also known as augmentation mammoplasty, is a cosmetic surgical procedure to enhance the size and shape of a woman’s breasts. It is performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon in a hospital or accredited surgical facility and is typically an outpatient procedure, meaning most patients return home the same day.

Breast augmentation is typically achieved through artificial implants made of either saline or silicone or, less commonly, via fat transfer. Additionally, there’s the breast lift procedure. While not technically breast augmentation, a breast lift can effectively complement the augmentation process by lifting and reshaping sagging breasts.

The decision to undergo breast augmentation is often driven by cosmetic concerns. Whether seeking to regain confidence following significant weight loss, childbirth, breastfeeding, illness, or simply desiring a change from their natural breast size, many women view breast augmentation as a means to enhance their appearance and boost their self-esteem.

However, breast augmentation isn’t solely pursued for cosmetic reasons; it also serves medical purposes. For instance, breast reconstruction following mastectomy is a common application of breast augmentation surgery. The procedure can also be utilized to correct congenital deformities or address breast asymmetry resulting from developmental issues or trauma.

Breast augmentation surgery has always been one of, if not the most sought-after cosmetic surgeries worldwide, with over 300,000 performed annually in the United States alone.

Thanks to modern advancements in breast enhancement techniques, the results of breast augmentation are more natural-looking than ever before.

Different Types of Breast Augmentation Surgery

Breast implants are the most popular choice for breast augmentation surgery, but they’re not the only option available for achieving desired breast aesthetics. If you are a candidate, you can opt for fat transfer breast augmentation or undergo a breast lift procedure to enhance the appearance of your breasts.

In addition to different filler types, shapes, and size options, there are also various ways to place implants. Patients can choose to have their implants placed under or over the pectoral muscle, and incisions can be made around the areola, under the breast crease, or in the armpit.

To determine what filler type, shape, size, and incision method is best for you, consult with a board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss the benefits and considerations of each. This will ensure that you make an informed decision tailored to your unique goals and anatomy.

1: Implant Breast Augmentation Surgery

Most people who elect to undergo breast augmentation surgery choose breast implants. The breast augmentation space has grown significantly, leading to several implant filling types.

Types of Breast Implants

Saline Implants

Saline implants are filled with a sterile saline solution, are typically round in shape, and help to achieve a fuller top portion of the breast.

One of the pros of saline implants is that they generally leave less scarring. The reason is that the surgeon can fill the implant with the saline solution after insertion. They also provide adjustable volume, allowing for fine-tuning during surgery to achieve symmetrical results.

Additionally, in the event of a rupture, the saline solution harmlessly absorbs into the body, making detection and management relatively straightforward.

Silicone Implants

Silicone implants have grown to be the most popular material choice. They are filled with a cohesive silicone gel, which closely mimics natural breast tissue. Like saline, they are typically also round in shape and help to fill out the upper portion of the breast.

The biggest difference between saline and silicone is the feel. Silicone implants offer a more natural feel compared to saline. For that reason, many people prefer silicone implants because of their more realistic texture and appearance.

One downfall of silicone implants is that rupture detection can be more challenging, as the gel tends to stay within the implant shell and may not cause visible changes in breast size or shape.

Highly Cohesive Silicone Implants (Gummy Bear Implants)

This type of silicone implant, whose name is derived from its texture and resilience, reminiscent of gummy bear candies, marks a significant breakthrough in silicone implant technology.

Unlike traditional round implants, gummy bear implants typically feature an oval shape. However, their most distinguishing feature lies in their composition. Gummy bear implants have a denser, more cohesive silicone gel, setting them apart from other silicone implants.

This enhanced cohesion not only promotes the longevity of the implants but also contributes to a more natural contour and tactile sensation. As a result, they have become increasingly favored among patients seeking breast augmentation.

2: Fat Transfer Breast Augmentation Surgery

Fat transfer breast augmentation, also known as autologous fat transfer or natural breast augmentation, utilizes your own fat cells instead of implants.

This unique approach involves a two-step process: first, excess fat is harvested from areas of the body through liposuction, such as the abdomen, thighs, or hips. Next, the harvested fat is carefully processed and purified before being strategically injected into the breasts to achieve the desired volume and shape.

One of the primary advantages of fat transfer breast augmentation is its ability to provide natural-looking results with a softer and more subtle enhancement compared to traditional implants. Since the fat used for augmentation is derived from the patient’s own body, there is also minimal risk of rejection or allergic reaction.

Additionally, fat transfer breast augmentation offers the added benefit of body contouring in areas where liposuction is performed to harvest the fat. This dual benefit allows patients to achieve a more sculpted and proportionate physique while enhancing their breast size and shape.

However, fat transfer breast augmentation may not be suitable for everyone, as an adequate amount of donor fat is required for successful augmentation. Patients with insufficient donor fat or those seeking significant breast enlargement may be better suited for traditional implant-based augmentation.

What About a Breast Lift?

A breast lift is not technically considered breast augmentation surgery because you are not changing the size or shape of your breasts. A breast lift is more commonly used if you want to address sagging or drooping breasts.

Often, many women choose to have both breast augmentation and a breast lift to achieve their desired outcome. By combining the procedures, patients can enhance both the size and shape of their breasts while also lifting and rejuvenating their overall breast appearance.

During your consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon, you can discuss your aesthetic goals and concerns to determine the most appropriate surgical plan tailored to your unique needs. Whether you opt for breast augmentation, a breast lift, or a combination of both procedures, your surgeon will work closely with you to achieve beautiful and natural-looking results.

Pros and Cons of Breast Augmentation Surgery

Breast augmentation surgery offers the promise of enhancing both the physical appearance and self-confidence of individuals dissatisfied with their breast size or shape. One study even says getting breast implants can improve your sex life!

However, like any surgical procedure, it has its benefits and drawbacks that you should consider before going under the knife, and there are many important considerations before breast augmentation surgery. 

Here is a list of some pros and cons of breast augmentation surgery:

Pros of Breast Augmentation Surgery

Pro #1: Increased Self-Esteem and Confidence

Many women perceive their breasts as a key aspect of their attractiveness, and achieving their desired breast appearance can positively impact their self-image. Furthermore, curves are often associated with femininity, and breast implants can help women achieve a more feminine silhouette.

There are many reasons why a woman might not be happy with her breasts. Maybe you were born with a flat chest and want more curves. Or perhaps your breast size doesn’t fit the rest of your frame. Asymmetrical breasts are also an issue for some women. While minor asymmetry is normal, noticeable differences in breast size or shape can impact self-esteem.

Having a baby and breastfeeding are other common reasons why women seek breast augmentation. While becoming pregnant and breastfeeding is a rewarding experience, the changes in breast appearance can affect a woman’s confidence.

Weight loss is something else that can change the shape of a woman’s breasts, leading to low self-esteem despite reaching weight goals.

Whatever reason you don’t love your breasts, breast augmentation surgery offers a solution by creating symmetry and improving overall breast appearance, leading to increased confidence and comfort in one’s body.

Pro #2: More Wardrobe Choices

Breast augmentation offers a newfound freedom in fashion choices. Say goodbye to the struggle of trying to fill out dresses or tops where a bra isn’t practical. With enhanced curves, you can confidently flaunt various clothing styles, including swimsuits, without the need for push-up padding or added support.

Pro #3: Customizable: You Choose the Size, Shape, and Filling Type

With a variety of implant sizes, shapes, and filling types available, breast augmentation isn’t one-size-fits-all. It can be tailored to your preferences and anatomy to achieve your desired breast appearance.

If you have a petite frame, you can opt for smaller implants that complement your body proportions. If you are curvy and have a naturally flat chest, larger implants can enhance your curves and create a more voluptuous, balanced silhouette.

You can also choose between implants that are round or oval, allowing you to further customize the shape of your breasts to suit your aesthetic preferences.

Filler type is another important customization. You can choose between saline, silicone, or highly cohesive silicone. As discussed above, each filler material has its own set of advantages and considerations.

You also get to decide the placement of the implants. Options include placement under the chest muscle, over the muscle, or on top of the muscle but under the mammary glands.

Your surgeon can provide guidance on choosing implant sizes that complement your body proportions while ensuring natural-looking results, the best shape and filler material to achieve your desired look and feel, and the most suitable placement based on factors such as your natural breast size and tissue characteristics.

Pro #4: Breast Can Implants Last a Really Long Time

One of the biggest pros of breast implants is their longevity, with many implants lasting almost a lifetime! On average, the lifespan of saline and silicone implants is a decade or longer before women need to consider replacing or removing them. Some implants can even last as many as 20 years. Additionally, many implants come with warranties from the manufacturer for specific issues such as implant rupture or deflation.

However, there are instances where breast implants might need to be removed or replaced before reaching their typical 10 to 20-year lifespan. Complications such as capsular contracture or implant rupture are the most common reasons for early implant removal or replacement.

Furthermore, some women may choose to replace their implants for personal reasons, such as desiring a change in size or shape. Our bodies naturally change over time, and replacing implants can help correct any alterations in breast size, shape, and symmetry that may have occurred over the years.

Pro #5: You Can Change Your Mind

While breast implants are often considered a long-term investment, circumstances may arise that lead to the decision for removal. If, for any reason, you decide you no longer want breast implants, you have the option to have them removed.

Breast implant removal is a straightforward procedure that involves removing the implants from the breasts. However, if you decide to remove your implants and not replace them, it is important to consider that it can come with complications, which we will discuss in more detail shortly.

Pro #6: Results are Instant

While it does take several months for breast implants to settle and achieve their final shape and position, you will see the enhancement in breast size and change of shape as soon as you wake up from surgery.

Pro #7: More Youthful Appearance

As women age, factors such as pregnancy, breastfeeding, weight fluctuations, and hormonal changes can lead to loss of breast volume and sagging. Breast augmentation surgery can contribute to a more youthful appearance by restoring volume and firmness to the breasts.

Pro #8: Balances Out Body Proportions

Breast augmentation surgery can help balance body proportions by enhancing breast size and shape to complement the overall physique. For individuals with naturally small or asymmetrical breasts, breast implants can create a more aesthetically pleasing figure.

For example, it is not uncommon for women to have genetically small breasts but wider hips or a larger butt. Breast implants can help restore balance to your figure, creating a coveted hourglass figure.

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Breast Augmentation Before and After

Like any cosmetic surgery, breast enhancement has a few drawbacks. Before going under the knife, you should consider the cons of getting breast implants. This list will vary depending on the method and type of implant you choose.

Con #1: The Need for Re-Operation or Removal

When you choose to have breast augmentation surgery, it is important to ensure that you are prepared to have another surgery in the future. Breast implants aren’t guaranteed to last a lifetime. They typically need to be removed or replaced after a few decades.

While the average lifespan of an implant is about 10 years, many lasting up to 20 years, factors such as implant rupture or changes in breast appearance due to aging, weight fluctuations, or other factors may necessitate re-operation or removal.

Furthermore, if you decide to remove your implants and not replace them, you may experience side effects. As the breast tissue adjusts to the absence of implants, you might experience dimpling, chest wall concavity, puckering, wrinkling, or loss of breast tissue.

Con #2: Cost

The cost of breast augmentation surgery varies, depending on various factors, like the type of implants and where you have the surgery. Still, breast augmentation isn’t a cheap surgery. Breast implants cost thousands of dollars and are rarely covered by insurance.

On average, you can expect the initial augmentation surgery to cost around $4,500. Once you add hospital fees and anesthesia, your final cost could be over $8,000. You will also have follow-up appointments, and if you opt for silicone implants, many surgeons recommend that patients get MRIs every three years to ensure there have been no leaks or ruptures. These are also costly and are not typically covered by your insurance.

Additionally, as discussed, breast implants don’t last forever. Depending on the age at which you had breast augmentation surgery, you will likely have your implants replaced at least once or twice in your lifetime. You also can’t forget about the cost of all the new undergarments and clothing you will need to replace your old wardrobe.

So, “Are breast implants worth the money?” We certainly think so, but we don’t know your financial situation. That’s one question only you can decide for yourself. Before considering breast augmentation, you should weigh the pros and cons and ask yourself if you can afford them today and any future costs down the road.

Con #3: Surgery Downtime

Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure, which means you will need time to recover. For several days, you will need someone to assist you with daily tasks such as bathing, cooking, and cleaning.

You will also need to take time away from work. Women may need to take up to a week off work after a breast augmentation surgery before returning to their office job. If you have a more physically demanding job, you may need longer.

Additionally, you will not be allowed to lift anything over five pounds for a little while and will need to wait for your surgeon to let you know when you can resume strenuous activities. It typically takes about a month of recovery before you can exercise or do other intense physical activities.

Con #4: Pain

A little bit of pain is normal after breast augmentation surgery, particularly during the initial first few days of recovery. Most women describe it as feeling like they have a brick on their chest or tightness and pressure.

This discomfort is usually temporary. After a couple of days, most patients wouldn’t describe the feeling as painful but rather as a little sore with some uncomfortable tightness. Any discomfort can be managed with pain medications prescribed by your surgeon or over-the-counter pain relievers, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen.

Con #5: Scarring

Scarring is an inevitable part of breast augmentation surgery, as incisions are made to insert the implants. While efforts are made to minimize scarring through careful incision placement and closure techniques, some scarring is expected.

The appearance of scars can vary depending on factors such as individual healing characteristics and surgical technique.

Con #6: Does Not Completely Correct Sagging

While breast augmentation can enhance breast size and shape and help to fill loose breast skin in very mild cases of sagging, if droopy breasts are your primary concern, putting an implant behind them does not prevent natural breast sagging (ptosis). In fact, the extra weight of the implants can potentially contribute to more sagging.

If you have sagging breasts, you may require a breast lift (mastopexy) in addition to breast augmentation to achieve optimal results. A breast lift can help reposition the breasts to a more youthful and elevated position, complementing the enhancements achieved through breast augmentation surgery.

Consulting with a board-certified plastic surgeon can help determine the most suitable approach to address both volume and ptosis concerns.

Con #7: Makes Detecting Breast Cancer More Difficult

Having breast implants can pose challenges in detecting abnormalities during mammography screenings. Both silicone and saline-filled implants can obscure mammogram images, making it harder to detect potential lesions. Placing the implant below the muscle can help mitigate this issue, as it can be pushed out of the way during a mammogram.

Mammograms are of particular importance following breast augmentation surgery with implants because you are at a higher risk of developing cancer called breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). It is not breast cancer, but it does require implant and surrounding scar tissue removal.

While there might be challenges in detecting breast cancer if you have breast implants, it’s not impossible. Technology has come a long way. However, it is essential to inform your mammogram technician about your breast implants beforehand, as they may need to take additional images to obtain a clear result.

Additionally, it’s important to know that insurance may not cover the additional mammographic views necessary to detect breast cancer around implants.

There are many misconceptions about breast augmentation. Read “Common Breast Augmentation Misconceptions” to learn more.

Risks Associated with Breast Augmentation Surgery

Another con of breast augmentation surgery is the potential risks. While the risk of complications is low, breast augmentation is still a surgery, and all surgeries come with risks.

Additionally. the longer you keep your implants, the more likely you will have complications and adverse side effects.

Here are the most common risks associated with breast augmentation surgery:


Infection is a potential complication of any surgical procedure, including breast augmentation surgery. Although rare, infection can occur at the incision site or around the implant, leading to symptoms such as redness, swelling, warmth, or drainage. Prompt recognition and treatment of infections are essential to prevent complications and ensure optimal outcomes.

Capsular Contracture

The most common risk associated with breast implants is capsular contracture, which is when the body rejects the breast implant. Poor implant placement or the wrong type of implant can cause the body to reject a breast implant. Symptoms of capsular contracture include pain, tightness, and asymmetry.

If capsular contracture occurs, treatment may vary depending on the severity of the condition. In mild cases, non-surgical interventions such as massage techniques or medication may be recommended to help soften the scar tissue and alleviate symptoms. However, in more severe cases where the capsule is thickened and causing significant discomfort or distortion of the breast implant, surgical intervention may be necessary.


A breast implant rupture occurs when the implant’s outer shell becomes compromised, leading to leakage of the implant’s filling material. This can happen due to damage from trauma, extreme pressure or force exerted on the implant, or folding of the implant shell.

If a saline implant ruptures, the saline solution inside the implant is harmlessly absorbed by the body, resulting in a noticeable deflation of the affected breast.

However, with silicone implants, rupture detection is not as immediate, as the silicone gel remains contained within the fibrous capsule surrounding the implant. If a rupture is detected, surgical removal and replacement of the implant are typically necessary to restore breast aesthetics and prevent potential complications.

To monitor the integrity of silicone implants, women with silicone implants are often advised to undergo regular MRI screenings to detect any silent ruptures that may occur.

Wrinkling or Dimpling

Wrinkling or dimpling of the breast skin can occur following breast augmentation surgery, particularly in individuals with thin breast tissue or inadequate coverage over the implant. This may result in visible wrinkles or indentations on the surface of the breast.


While breast augmentation can significantly improve breast symmetry by adding volume and enhancing shape, complete symmetry may not always be achievable. Factors such as differences in breast tissue volume, chest wall anatomy, and skin elasticity can influence the final outcome.

Furthermore, pre-existing breast asymmetry may become more noticeable following breast augmentation surgery if the implants are not carefully selected or placed to address the existing imbalance.

Platinum Exposure

Silicone breast implants might contain trace amounts of platinum, which is used in the manufacturing process. While the levels of platinum exposure from breast implants are considered minimal and generally safe, some individuals may experience allergic reactions or sensitivities to platinum.

It’s important to discuss any concerns about metal allergies or sensitivities with your surgeon before undergoing breast augmentation surgery.

Sensitivity Issues

One drawback of breast augmentation surgery is the potential for temporary or permanent loss of sensitivity in the breasts, particularly around the nipples.

Studies suggest that approximately 10%-15% of patients may experience permanent loss of nipple sensitivity following the procedure. Furthermore, as the nerves heal, some patients may encounter hypersensitivity and pain.

However, it’s essential to note that the majority of patients do not experience significant nipple sensitivity issues post-surgery.

Is Breast Augmentation Surgery Worth It?

The ultimate question: is a boob job worth it? While breast implant removal seems to be a trend these days, surveys show that up to 95 percent of those who received breast augmentation surgery stated they would do it again.

Whether or not you should get breast augmentation surgery is a deeply personal choice. Make sure you have a conversation about your options with your plastic surgeon. Discussing the potential drawbacks and benefits of breast enhancement surgery is essential.

If you decide to have breast augmentation, you must determine the type of implant, like saline vs. silicone, and the implant’s shape, size, and placement. Of course, your plastic surgeon can also speak to you about the benefits and drawbacks of each different kind of implant. They can also

discuss the pros and cons of breast reconstruction with you.

Am I a Good Candidate for Breast Implants?

Not all women are good candidates for breast augmentation. You must be physically healthy for a successful surgery, with no infections, active cancers, or other illnesses. Furthermore, you must not be a smoker or a heavy drinker.

Age might also come into play. If you want saline breast implants, you must typically be at least 18. For silicone implants, you must be at least 22. While minors can get consent from a parent, it’s not advised to get breast implants until they are fully developed.

Most importantly, you must understand both the rewards and risks of breast surgery. You know breast implants or a breast lift cannot fix body image issues or drastically change your appearance. You want breast augmentation for yourself, not because somebody else wants you to have the surgery.

A boob job is perfect for women who have breasts that are:

  • Flattened
  • Elongated
  • Asymmetrical
  • Small

Breast surgery is not for women who:

  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Have active breast cancer or an abnormal mammogram
  • Who are  ill or have an infection
  • Have unrealistic expectations for the surgery
  • Are unable to adhere to post-surgery requirements

Breast Augmentation Procedure

In addition to knowing the pros, cons, and potential risks of breast augmentation surgery, many want to know what to expect from beginning to end.

Here is a quick run-down from consult to recovery. If you want to learn more about “What to Look for in the Best Breast Augmentation” – click here. 

Before Breast Augmentation Surgery

Prior to undergoing breast augmentation surgery, you will have an initial consultation with your plastic surgeon to discuss your goals, preferences, and medical history. During this consultation, your surgeon will evaluate your breast anatomy, discuss implant options, and provide recommendations tailored to your needs. You may also undergo a physical examination and imaging tests to assess breast size, shape, and symmetry.

Once you book your surgery, your surgical team will provide you with pre-op instructions, which might include guidelines on fasting before the procedure, discontinuing certain medications or supplements, and arranging for transportation to and from the surgical facility.

If you smoke, it is advised that you stop. Smoking increases the risk of experiencing surgery-related complications, including heart attack, stroke, shock, and mortality. Smoking diminishes blood flow, which can impede the closure and proper healing of surgical wounds, increasing the likelihood of infection.

During Breast Augmentation Surgery

On the day of your breast augmentation surgery, you will arrive at the surgical facility or hospital and be prepped for the procedure. Anesthesia will be administered to ensure your comfort throughout the surgery.

If you are getting breast implants, our surgeon will then make the necessary incisions, typically in the breast crease, around the areola, or in the armpit, to create pockets for the implants. The implants will be carefully placed above or below the chest muscle, depending on your anatomy and aesthetic goals. Once the implants are in position and the desired outcome is achieved, the incisions will be closed with sutures.

If you are getting fat transfer breast augmentation, the process during surgery is different. The surgeon will first harvest fat from donor sites on your body using liposuction techniques. The harvested fat will then be processed and purified before being injected into the breasts to achieve the desired volume and shape.

Life After Breast Augmentation Surgery

Breast augmentation surgery is typically performed outpatient, allowing you to return home the same day as the procedure. However, it’s essential to plan for a period of recovery following surgery.

You’ll likely experience some swelling, bruising, and soreness in the treated area. These are common side effects of the procedure and typically peak within the first few days before gradually subsiding.

For the first few days after surgery, you should take it easy and avoid strenuous activities. It’s recommended that you have someone available to assist you with daily tasks such as showering, cooking, and cleaning during this time.

Most patients require at least a week or two to recover fully from breast augmentation surgery. While some individuals may only need to take a few days off work, others with physically demanding jobs may require additional time off. Your surgeon will provide specific guidelines for post-operative care and activity restrictions to ensure optimal healing and minimize the risk of complications.

Depending on the specifics of your procedure, you may have drains in place temporarily to help remove excess fluid and facilitate healing. These drains will be removed during a follow-up appointment with your surgeon. Additional follow-up appointments may be scheduled to monitor your progress and address any concerns.

In terms of results, while initial swelling may temporarily obscure the final results, you can expect to see gradual improvements in the appearance of your breasts as the swelling resolves and the tissues settle. On average, it takes approximately three to six months for breasts to fully settle into their final position and for swelling to subside after breast augmentation surgery.

Should I Consider a Mommy Makeover?

If you have had children or age has taken a toll on more than just your breasts, it is definitely worth considering having breast augmentation at the same time as other body contouring surgeries. This is typically referred to as a cluster of surgeries known as the “mommy makeover.” 

During a mommy makeover, breast augmentation and a breast lift are typically grouped with other procedures, such as liposuction and a tummy tuck, for total body restoration.

Breast augmentation and complementary procedures performed during a mommy makeover can restore a woman’s body to its pre-pregnancy shape, helping her regain confidence in her appearance.

Read “Mommy Makeovers Are on the  Rise” to learn more.

How to Choose the Best Plastic Surgeon for Breast Augmentation

Choosing the right plastic surgeon for your breast augmentation is a significant decision that can significantly impact your overall experience and results. Start by seeking a board-certified surgeon with extensive experience and specialization in breast augmentation procedures.

It’s essential to review before and after photos of the surgeon’s previous patients to gauge their skill and the consistency of their results. Additionally, reading patient reviews and testimonials can provide valuable insights into the surgeon’s reputation and patient satisfaction.

Once you have narrowed down your search, schedule a personalized consultation with the surgeon to discuss your goals, concerns, and expectations for breast augmentation. Pay attention to the surgeon’s communication style and attentiveness during the consultation, as it’s crucial to feel comfortable and confident in their care.

You should also ask questions about the surgical facility where the procedure will be performed to ensure it is accredited and meets stringent safety standards. Accredited facilities prioritize patient safety and adhere to strict guidelines for surgical quality.

Take your time to research and choose a plastic surgeon who you trust and feel confident in, as it’s a crucial step in your breast augmentation journey.

Schedule a complimentary consultation with a board-certified surgeon at The Lett Center in Tennessee for the best breast augmentation options for you.

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