Tuesday, 21 January 2014
The Myths And Facts About Breast Augmentation
For most women being body conscious is a reality, especially nowadays in an idealistic and materialistic driven world. The problem is that not everyone is born with the perfect body, and as a result many women who feel uncomfortable with their bodies resort to seeking surgical enhancements, in order to change the way that they and others see themselves. Throughout this article a discussion regarding the myths and fact about breast augmentation shall be discussed and deliberated.
Today the number of women undergoing breast augmentation surgery has largely increased, in contrast to the individuals pursuing this type of surgery two to three decades ago. This is because the majority of women seeking plastic surgery or rather breast augmentation are pursuing it in order to conform to the ideals of an ideological women, in today's self-absorbed society. Although this is not the case for every women, as there are some women who would rather choose to be non-conformists and not change their bodies because of religious attributes and personal values.
However many women the world over, who wish to undergo plastic surgery are often concerned about the repercussions that augmentation surgeries may have on the bodies. This is because there are many negative stories that tend to surface around the topic, and one of the most common myths that tends to put women's thoughts of plastic surgery on hold, is the concern of having the breast implant rupture while in their bodies. This should no longer be a major concern, because breast implants are first put through a rigorous testing process before they are approved and made available for surgical procedures. Hopefully giving women a piece of mind in making such a decision. Another myth that tends to surface in conversations among women surrounding breast augmentation, is their fear of using silicone breast implants. Many women feel that using silicon breasts will have negative effects on their body. This is because in the past there has been situations where individuals have experienced the implant leaking and making its way into the blood stream, ultimately poisoning them. Although today this should no longer be a concern because medical professionals have made advancements in the manufacturing process of the silicone, and as a result have made the use of the implants a whole lot safer to use.
A further underlying issue that women face, is obtaining the funding that they will need in order to undergo the procedure. Because breast augmentation is generally a costly exercise, women who cannot afford it off the bat, tend to rely on medical finance institutions to accomplish these changes. This would require that women approach medical finance institutions in order to obtain their surgical objective. However it is important for to remember that when an individual makes use of a reputable medical finance institution, they need to ensure that they have the monetary funding available to them in order to pay off their financial loan.
In conclusion there are many issues underlying the choices that women face when considering whether to undergo breast augmentation. And it is important that women are made aware of the facts and dangers surrounding the procedures both medically and financially in order to prepare them for what lies ahead.
By Chrisopher Watkins