According to some research, the average woman’s breasts will change in size or shape about six times over the course of her life. There is, of course, little that women can do to naturally control this process. But some desire full control of the look and size of their breasts, generally to improve appearance or boost self esteem. This is why, in 2011, over 300,000 adult women and teenagers opted to get breast augmentation surgery. With about 346,037 people living in Tampa (2011 statistic), it’s no surprise that plenty of women here are interested in Tampa breast augmentation.
Let’s look at some of the most common reasons women opt to pursue Tampa breast implants. Breast augmentation Tampa FL experts have learned that many women want this procedure because of unexpected changes in the appearance of their breasts due to changes in weight, especially because of weight loss. Others choose breast implants Tampa FL because their natural breasts are noticeably uneven in size or shape. And others simply want Tampa breast augmentation because they are uncomfortable with the small size of their breasts, making them feel ill at ease in bathing suits or clothing that they would otherwise enjoy wearing. And still other women choose Tampa breast augmentation after losing part or all of a breast to illness or injury.
There are also two materials that are commonly used for Tampa breast augmentation: silicone and saline. After the question of whether to get implants in the first place, choosing between these two substances is the the next most important choice you’ll have to make. Silicone is available to women ages twenty two and older, and is considered the more natural looking and feeling implant. Saline (sterile salt water) implants are available to women eighteen and older. Neither Tampa breast augmentation procedure poses major health risks, but they both have the potential to interfere with mammograms and other medical readings.
Those preparing for Tampa breast augmentation surgery will also want to find out what adverse side effects they may experience, and will especially want to find out if their insurance policy covers this type of cosmetic procedure.