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.
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.
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.
At Allure Plastic Surgery in New York, we work with each patient to achieve the results that best suit their body and cosmetic goals. There is no right size breast implant for everyone. There is only the right size for you right now. Our experienced breast surgeons can help you choose the breast implant size that works well with your body.
Today’s breast implants are built to last, but changes in the body as you age and have children can change the way your implants look and feel. Watch New York Plastic Surgeon Dr. Elliot Heller discuss when you might want to have a second surgery.
With recent celebrity breast reductions like Ariel Winter’s procedure still in the news, many women are reconsidering the size of their breast implants. According to a recent industry survey by RealSelf, women are twice as likely to seek smaller implants than they have in years past.
Women have been getting breast implants for decades, and the breast implant procedure has always been a safe operation. However with current advances in technology, breast augmentation is safer than ever. Watch Dr. Elliot Heller explain how the risk of complications has decreased with modern technology.
Disclaimer: This site only provides information about cosmetic surgery and this information is not meant to be taken as medical advice. For more information about plastic surgery, contact Allure Plastic Surgery.