What are the physical and psychological costs of having or not having breast implants? In a world where we see stick thin models prancing down catwalks showing off their somewhat meagre chests, it’s somewhat surprising that, the demand for breast implants to increase breasts is still high. Some women who have smaller breasts find that, they are self-conscious of them and that, they are unable to partake in activities which may reveal how little they have in the chest department. Women undergo cosmetic surgery for a variety of reasons; from psychological damage caused by small breasts to simple cosmetic surgery. But, unlike the real deal, bigger breasts come at a price. So, how much are breast implants.
The Precise Cost of Breast Implants
The cost of breast augmentation varies depending on what you want. For example, if you are an AA cup and wish to raise your cup size to a DD then, you will have to pay more than someone going from an AA to a B. Women who have had a mastectomy may also wish to reconstruct their breasts in order to feel ‘beautiful’ again. The average cost of breast implants in the UK is, at the moment, between £4000 and £5000 although, several health websites warn that, customers must be prepared for any additional costs through repairing or removing breast implants as well as a potential breast lift should implants be removed. The breast augmentation cost raises according to the demand for the surgery so, if a million people had the surgery a year, the price would be less than if one hundred people had it a year. Before getting breast implants, customers should weigh up the cost of breast implants with how much they need them. Can you get along with smaller breasts? Is it the be all and end all if you are unable to have this surgery? Are your smaller breasts causing psychological damage? Breast surgery shouldn’t be rushed into so, if you are not absolutely sure, make sure you speak either to a plastic surgeon or to your doctor.
Weighing Up the Cost of Breast Lift
The thing with breast augmentation is that, the majority of people do not want to look like they have obviously had it. For example, some women have ‘cheap’ breast implants which, whilst the cost of breast implants is lower, look very unrealistic. You see, women do not tend to have rock-hard, perfectly round breasts which is why, some women end up with breasts which are very obviously fake. Whilst these may be cheaper and slightly easier on the bank balance, you must remember that, you will, quite literally, have to carry these around on your back so, you do not want to end up with unsightly-looking breasts. There are somethings which it is acceptable to save on such as some brands of food or clothes but, anything which you are putting into your body should be of absolutely top quality. After all, you wouldn’t put sub-standard or untested medicine into your body would you? So, why would you try to save a bit of cash on breast reduction? If you really want to have your breasts enlarged, you will be prepared to spend more on them whereas, if it is a whim, you will probably settle for a sub-standard service.
With many women clamouring for bigger breasts, it is not surprise that the cost of breast implants is much sought-after information. Whether you wish to go up one cup size or several, you should make sure that, your surgeon is good quality and dedicated to what he does rather than just being there for the money.