Some people may call them crazy, but cosmetic surgery among millennials in NYC (people in their 20's and 30's) is growing every day. In fact, it's one of the demographics that is growing the fastest when it comes to cosmetic surgery procedures.
From breast augmentation to BOTOX® and almost anything else you can think of, millennials are taking advantage of the wealth of cosmetic procedures that are becoming increasingly available and affordable.
There was a time in the past when reconstructive plastic surgery was mostly an option for facelifts and the enhancement of a woman's breast size through implants, mainly by celebrities who were in the public eye and able to afford their expensive costs.
Not too long ago, very few people outside the circle of celebrities in Hollywood were able to have these procedures performed unless they were for medical or surgical reasons, and in those cases, were likely covered by insurance.
Choosing to undergo breast augmentation surgery can be a truly life changing decision, but it’s a big step. There’s a lot of information out there on different doctors, procedures, and types of implants.
On a recent episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Khloe Kardashian tried some breast implant sizers on with her sports bra to see how larger breasts would look and feel on her petite frame if she committed to a larger breast size with breast augmentation.
Amber Portwood, star of Teen Mom OG, recently underwent a mommy makeover surgery to reclaim her pre-pregnancy body after her weight loss. Amber took to Twitter to thank her fans for their support through her plastic surgery journey. She tweeted, “Everyone should feel good about their bodies. . . Thanks for the support.”
Tess Holliday, a size-22 model, has made a name for herself with the #effyourbeautystandards campaign, but recently it seems that she may have had a change of heart when it comes to her own appearance. She recently posted photos on Instagram of meeting with a plastic surgeon. Her caption read:
"Today I had a great conversation with my friend @DrGhavami about what my options are to work on some of the things [the sun] & mothering two children has done to my body. These aren't "flaws" - but they are things that have taken away from what makes me feel sexy in my own skin."
If you've made the decision to have breast implants, it is imperative that you select the right size for your body type. In this presentation, we discuss how to visualize your breast implants and the 3 ways to make sure that implants will work with your body.
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