Monday, September 11, 2006

Have you heard of a Breast Watcher?

I don’t mean it in lewd way.
But I have become one-a sort of rather.

When I decided to learn all about breast augmentation and the related fears every woman has, I spent considerable time in the internet reading about nearly 100 web pages of information.

Out of all those websites, I must mention about New Jersey breast enlargement, who are one of the highly respected in this area. The Glasgold Group, is very friendly, professional and caring.

What I learnt from them I am passing it on to you.
Before that, I will tell you one important decision they have to make; the size of the breasts they want to have.

What is Breast augmentation?Breast augmentation is a surgical procedure designed to enhance the size of the breasts using implants.

When it is done?To enlarge small breasts;
Balance breasts that differ in size;
Correct a reduction in breast volume following pregnancy;
To reconstruct the breast after mastectomy.

Who opts for it?Women who are looking to enhance the appearance of their breasts like movie stars and models.

The procedure:The procedure typically takes one to two hours to perform.
Local anesthesia combined with sedation is often used, though general anesthesia may be preferred in some cases.
After surgery, a bandage may be applied over the breasts. This will be removed within several days and may be replaced by a surgical bra.

Is it painful:Patients may experience some soreness, bruising and swelling, and the breasts may feel sensitive to stimulation for several weeks.

How long:Patients are typically able to return to work within a few days, and the stitches will be removed within seven to ten days.

Precaution:Physical contact with the breasts may need to be avoided for three to four weeks.

Are all your questions answered? If not, simply ask The Glasgold Group.
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