Making Right Cosmetic Enhancement Decisions


Hi! I am Dr M Szalay and today I am going to talk about breast enlargement surgery.

Every woman is special and it’s their right to look gorgeous and there are number of reasons why they decide to have breast augmentation.

Underdeveloped breasts are an area of concern for some women and sometimes it can impact on their self esteem. Sometimes asymmetry can also occur.

Over the period of pregnancy and breast-feeding, there are changes that can occur to the breasts. They can lose their elasticity thereby causing sagging. This is another reason why women choose  to undergo breast augmentation.

Understanding & Considering Breast Enlargement Surgery 

Breast Augmentation is a popular procedure throughout the world. It involves placing silicone implants under the breast or chest muscle which expands the breast area thereby giving a better contour and appearance.

Some women don’t like the idea of implants and may try alternative solutions such as specially designed undergarments.

The following are some reasons why women choose to undergo breast augmentation:

  • If you are dissatisfied with having smaller breasts
  • If you feel your breasts are uneven or saggy
  • When your breasts size doesn’t match your body type/shape
  • When you are unhappy with the physical changes after the pregnancy

Choosing a doctor very experienced in the breast augmentation is important in order to obtain an optimal result. It is also important to feel comfortable with your choices prior to having the procedure.

There are occasions when it may be wise to postpone your decision to have breast augmentation. These can include weight fluctuation, untreated anxiety or depression or other psychological illness. Another reason might be if you suffer from a medical condition that may increase your risk of a complication. For this reason, it is important that a detailed medical history be taken by your doctor prior to your procedure.


Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.