Breast Implants – Cost And Recovery
Have you been thinking about getting breast implants for years and have finally decided to go ahead and do it? It be a lovely experience to be able to have a cleavage and shop for dresses that you can fill with your new cup size. There are a few factors you may want to take into consideration or that you may have wondered about.
There is no one set cost for implants. First you need to do some research and find a plastic surgeon who has been practicing cosmetic surgery for a few years at least. Once you do this he/she will be able to provide you with a surgery cost and also advise you as to their practicing anesthesiologist’s fee. They also will have one or two places where they practice surgery for you to choose from for which you will be given prices of each to choose from.
You will also be required to choose the type of implant, round or anatomic, this will determine the cost as anatomical is more expensive than round. Remember that anatomical give an uber-natural look so depending on your preference for what is attractive in a breast, this will help you to choose.
So how much do breast implants cost is really dependent on the above factors and until you decide on each option you will be unable to determine the final figure for your breast augmentation.
Be sure to organise someone you trust to be there for you after the operation and during the first few days of your breast implant recovery. The first few days are especially important if you have had sub-pectoral placement of the implants as this can take a little longer. I found it helpful to have a smaller towel than usual, the heavy bath-sheet was too much, an electric toothbrush and I definitely could not get up at night to go to the bathroom without my husbands help for the first 4 nights. Think about planning ahead with meals, freeze a few, just to give yourself time to recover.