- Your breasts are too small (mammary hypotrophy)
- You experienced breast sagging after breastfeeding and pregnancy
- You are hung up about the size of your breast because you think it does not match your age
- You are uncomfortable with the size and position of your areolas (too large and/or too low)
- You cannot find a bra that fits you perfectly
- You systematically wear padded bras
- Your breasts are asymmetrical
- Your breasts have a deformity (Poland syndrome, tuberous breasts)
It is important for young women to reach milestones in growth and physical maturity before considering surgery. Indeed, there is often a variation in body weight and size and hence the breast shape. It is also recommended to wait until puberty before considering surgery.
To consider having an implant-based breast augmentation in the best possible conditions, it is important that your weight be stable. In fact, variations in weight can alter the result of the surgery, as well as excess weight increases the risk of post-operative complications. Of course, each situation should be discussed with your surgeon, who can best advise you.
It should be noted that breast implants are not guaranteed to last a lifetime. Indeed, after a variable period (10 years on average), implant replacement should be considered