In case you haven’t noticed all the pink ribbons around lately, October marks Breast Cancer Awareness month. In honor of those who have lost their breasts to this awful disease, The Shaw Center invites women to rediscover their body confidence through breast augmentation surgery.
Whether a patient of a mastectomy (or double) or a woman who is simply unhappy with the look, size or shape of her breasts, Dr. Lawrence Shaw is the breast augmentation surgeon. He has specialized in all types of breast augmentation surgeries for the past 25 years.
The Shaw Center offers a full range of breast reconstruction surgeries including breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction, breast revision and nipple repair. Dr. Shaw offers the most innovative procedures including superior-medial pedicle breast reduction and breast lift surgery, which promises a better overall breast shape, and a “dual-plane” – “biplanar” breast augmentation technique, implant placement below the muscle without being too high on the chest.
Consider this:Before making a decision on whether breast augmentation surgery is right for you, ask yourself these important questions:
Are you considering the surgery to please yourself or someone else?
Whether it’s your husband or a group of friends, you shouldn’t feel the need to augment your body to meet the expectations of desires of anyone but yourself.
Are you being realistic about the size/look that you are considering?
Remember, breast augmentation surgery is a long-term procedure. The look that you select will be with you as you mature in life and age.
Do you expect breast augmentation surgery to change your life?
While breast augmentation surgery can certainly change your life if you’re truly unhappy with your body, you can’t expect a new body part to make your life better for reasons outside of changing your silhouette.
Have you done your research and consulted with a professional? Make a consultation appointment with Dr. Shaw to discuss your desires and reasoning behind wanting to make a change in your body via breast augmentation surgery.