How to Choose Breast Implants

February 28, 2017 12:22 am

If you’re considering a breast enhancement, this is a perfect time. Having surgery now means you’ll be ready to look your best this summer.

Breast Augmentation is a wonderful solution for women who wish to have a more feminine figure. There are many benefits to enhancing a woman’s breast shape and size, including:

Creates a more proportioned, attractive silhouette
Boosts self-esteem and confidence
Restored breast volume and shape after weight loss or pregnancy
Allows for sexy displays of cleavage
Corrects asymmetry, so breasts match in size and shape
Fun Clothes! summer dresses, bikinis, form-fitting sweaters, etc.
Although cultural and surgical trends change, most women want aesthetic improvements that look natural. When it comes to breast augmentation, this translates to finding an implant size that is proportionate to your body and a shape that “blends” well, without bulging or shelving. After all, the goal is to turn heads, not curious stares.

When choosing breast implant sizes, there are multiple factors to consider, including

Size: base width, height, volume, profile projection
Shape: round or anatomic (teardrop)
Substance: silicone or saline
Surface: smooth or textured

Such extensive options can seem overwhelming, but all these choices make it possible to achieve the most natural-looking result for your body. Which is why it is critical to select an experienced board-certified surgeon with an artist’s eye.

Board certified Surgeon, Dr. Michael Cohen, is recognized as one of the leading breast surgeons in the nation. He has been named Top Doc by Baltimore Magazine for 6 consecutive years and designated a Top Surgeon in Mentor’s LEAD program (Leadership, Experience and Development in Breast Augmentation).

With thousands of breast augmentation procedures performed, Dr. Cohen is highly regarded for his surgical expertise, strong sense of aesthetic harmony and gentle manner.

“I am proud of my reputation for providing patients with beautiful, natural-looking and proportionate results. I take the time to get to know each patient, listen carefully to their concerns, and enjoy helping them to look and feel their best.” – Dr. Michael D. Cohen.