Many people pursue rhinoplasty, also called nose reshaping surgery or a nose job, while focusing on the short-term results. They may be interested in improving the appearance of their nose before entering college or starting a new career. However, the long-term results are worth considering as well. Keep reading to learn what to expect in the years after surgery.
Most women share a common morning routine: wake up, take a shower, put on a bra. Every day, rain or shine, wearing a bra is a constant reality for women. But is it actually necessary? Following breast augmentation surgery, you may find that your breasts are more attractive and perkier than they were before your procedure. Do you really need to wear that bra every day? And if not, when can you safely go braless? (read more)
Waking up to an enhanced bust line after breast augmentation surgery can feel thrilling. However, you may be concerned by your new breasts’ first impression; they will likely rest high on your chest and feel hard to the touch. There’s no need for alarm. This is completely normal and expected. Immediately following breast enlargement surgery, your breasts will feel hard, but over time, your breast implants will gradually soften and settle, looking and feeling more (read more)
If you are considering a breast lift to restore perkier, firmer breasts, or to reduce breast sagging, you may have heard that the procedure will reduce the size of your bust, ultimately causing you to change your bra size. Generally speaking, yes, you may need to wear a smaller cup size, but not necessarily because your breasts are smaller. In fact, some women need to size up after a breast lift. It simply depends on (read more)
Over time, factors like age, pregnancy, and gravity take an eventual toll on your breasts. As your skin loses elasticity, your breasts may begin to sag and lose their shape. This is called “breast ptosis.” While a breast lift procedure can surgically restore the youthful position and appearance of your breasts, there are small, easy things you can do every day to slow ptosis and keep your breasts looking their best.