Many mothers in The Woodlands who breastfeed notice that after they’ve weaned their child, their breasts are deflated and sometimes even sag. This can cause new moms to feel like they don’t even recognize their own bodies and desire a breast augmentation to regain the bust they formerly had. One of the most common questions that Dr. Myers receives from new moms is “How long must I wait after breastfeeding before I can get a breast augmentation.” The answer is two-pronged.
All women in The Woodlands naturally have asymmetrical breasts. It’s just a fact of life, similar to how one of your feet usually fits into a pair of shoes better than the other foot. But if you have noticeably asymmetrical breasts or breasts that are of different shapes, it can be a condition that makes […]
Many women who live in The Woodlands area are unhappy with the natural size of their small breasts. Whether they have never felt like they fully developed after puberty, or they feel as though they lost the large volume they used to have after pregnancy and breastfeeding, it is common for women to feel this […]
Women in The Woodlands who are thinking about getting breast enlargement surgery soon have likely done their own research. Any time people go through a surgical procedure, they want to know exactly what to expect throughout the process. However, the downfall of doing online research is it’s difficult to separate the facts from the myths. […]
A common question many women in The Woodlands have about breast augmentation is what they have to do after surgery. This is a very valid and important question to know the answer to before undergoing the breast augmentation. Most women will be back to work within one week or so, even if the body is […]