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					Breast Implants & Body Image Young women whose breasts never developed experience a condition called micromastia, which can be effectively addressed through breast augmentation Beverly Hills plastic surgeons tell us. Also, young women who have developed asymmetrical breasts that don't match in some way, either in size or shape also look to plastic surgery for help. It's a relatively common condition where one breast might be a D-cup, while the other is a B. Or there might be a half-cup difference between the breasts, which might not sound like much, but can be very noticeable, according to WebMD. In Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeons observe that it is a body image issue among many of their patients, not a selfesteem issue. Their patients want their body to look more normal, to look better in clothes and bathing suits. A woman’s breasts naturally change over time, while the breast implant stays the same. Breast implants that looked good at age 22 may no longer look good on the same woman after she has had children, breastfed, or grown older. Concerning procedures such as breast augmentation and tummy tuck Beverly Hills patients who are postpartum women - finished with pregnancies -- won't have so many changes in their bodies, including breast changes, especially if they have kept their weight under control. As with any plastic surgery procedure, whether it be breast augmentation or liposuction Beverly Hills plastic surgeons stress the importance, especially among younger patients, of such a major decision and maturity level required for a long-term commitment involving continued conscientious post-operative care and followup on the part of the patient. For more important information about these and other plastic surgery procedures, contact your local plastic surgery experts. breast augmentation Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon, tummy tuck Beverly Hills, liposuction Beverly Hills


				
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Description: Young women whose breasts never developed experience a condition called micromastia, which can be effectively addressed through breast augmentation Beverly Hills plastic surgeons tell us.