How Meghan Markle has influenced the Plastic Surgery Industry
It’s no secret that the newest Royal union of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has caused waves within the Royal Family. Not to mention the speculation from the entire world! But who would have thought that Meghan Markle would have so much influence over the plastic surgery industry?
One of the most common questions asked prior to breast augmentation surgery is “will I be able to breast feed?”
Many women debate upon whether to get breast augmentation before or after childbirth. Whilst this is a personal decision to make, it’s important to understand how surgery can effect childbirth and breast feeding.
Does Breast Augmentation mean that you won’t be able to breast feed?
There is a great deal of confusion regarding the difference between ‘Plastic Surgeons’ who perform cosmetic surgery – and Doctors who are referred to as ‘Cosmetic Surgeons’, who also perform cosmetic surgery. Many of our clients did not know there was a difference.
This explanation aims to clarify the differences and allow you to make an educated and more informed decision.
With any surgery, it’s important to have a good understanding of the recovery process and what you can do to prepare yourself. We’ve discussed how to improve your recovery rate in a past blog here (worth the read if you are looking to book surgery.)
What does the breast augmentation recovery timeline look like? When is the best time to book your surgery? How long will you be off work for after breast augmentation? These are all important questions that may vary slightly depending on the individual’s recovery rate and specific surgery, however have a look at our basic breast augmentation recovery timeline below.
What are Tubular Breasts?
Tuberous (Tubular) Breasts are a group of congenital breast abnormalities, which occur when breasts fail to develop properly. Often clients are unaware of the condition until they seek medical advice or are unhappy with their breasts.
If there is one question that gets asked every day it is “What size breast implant should I get.”
For a variety of reasons, this question is hard to answer without seeing a patient in a face to face consultation. Your surgeon needs to assess your size frame in person and have a visual understanding of what your ideal post augmentation size looks like. We say ‘visual understanding’ because a size ‘D cup’ in a patients mind may be different in a surgical sense.