New Mexico Breast Surgery is quite popular today among women and even some men. According to statistics provided by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, over half a million breast surgeries were performed in 2010. These procedures included breast augmentation, lift, reduction and breast reconstruction. While over 18,000 males underwent male breast reduction or gynecomastia.
Whether it’s breast augmentation, breast lift or breast reduction, breast surgery tops the list of plastic surgery procedures in many parts of the world, not only in through out the US and in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This time of year is also quite popular. Let’s explore the popular choices and summertime considerations.
Breast Augmentation: For an increase in breast size, you’ll want to consult with a plastic surgeon as soon as possible to review all considerations, including: the choice between saline or silicone implants, implant profile type, placement location, incision location and the style you’d like to have to best fit your profile. With summer vacation time being apt to be acceptable for work time off, the roughly one week recovery time may not be a burden to fit in so you can enjoy immediate benefits. In fact, advancement in breast surgery has significantly reduced the risk of discomfort following surgery when compared to previous decades allowing many women to return to work within a week.
Breast Lift: Summer also makes a good time for this procedure with recovery time being between a week or two. The reward is often apparent within a few weeks, which allows for a great fit into stylish summertime dresses, casual attire and bathing suits. Refined techniques used in the breast lift may make this procedure very appealing with the option for smaller more inconspicuous incisions.
Breast Reduction: Breast reduction offers relief from discomfort for many women, in addition to refining the breasts to be more in proportion with the rest of the body. Breast reduction is one cosmetic surgery procedure that is sometimes covered by insurance companies. Insurance companies determine whether or not the procedure is medical necessary, and if so often cover the cost of the procedure.
Male breast reduction also known as gynecomastia is becoming more and more popular as many men have witnessed the instant results with little or no discomfort. Additionally the recovery time is minimal and men are able to return to daily activities almost immediately, depending on the technique used to perform the procedure. Gynceomastia is not covered by insurance, but all in all breast reduction rewards offer a more fulfilling lifestyle for many.
If you are interested in breast enhancement procedures, contact our office, Hermosa Plastic Surgery in Albuquerque, New Mexico.