A lot of my patients are disillusioned with the ‘bigger is better’ mentality.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 25, 2012
Dr. Mark Deutsch, MD, FACS, medical director of Perimeter Plastic Surgery in Atlanta, has noticed a growing trend with cosmetic breast augmentation surgeries in his clinic with smaller implant sizes, usually 175-200 cc. Women visiting Perimeter Plastic Surgery are requesting smaller implants to simply increase their bust by one cup size. Smaller breast implants is a growing trend in plastic surgery, as more women opt for a natural appearance that will fit their frame and won’t impede daily activities or exercise. Women who have previously had larger implants are also now opting for reductive surgeries in order to reduce the size of their breasts to a more natural and conservative size.
Breast augmentation remains one of the top choices of cosmetic surgical procedures among women, with more than 250,000 women choosing the procedure in 2010. However, more women are opting for modestly sized implants and subtle enhancements to maintain a natural look and feel. Growing popularity of smaller implants in Hollywood may partially explain the new trend, as celebrities are opting for subtle improvements. Many women are opting for comfort when considering breast implant sizing since larger breasts can impede active lifestyles and cause lower back pain, as well.
“A lot of my patients are disillusioned with the ‘bigger is better’ mentality,” says Dr. Deutsch. “Many women want to go up just a single cup size to balance their proportions. I always consider my patients’ size and physique when recommending implant sizes.” Smaller sizes are available for both silicone and saline implants.
Dr. Deutsch is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery in general, plastic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Deutsch is one of the top plastic surgeons in Atlanta and has two office locations in the Atlanta area. For more about breast implant procedures that Dr. Deutsch offers, visit http://www.perimeterplasticsurgery.com or call (770) 461-4824 to schedule a consultation.