As womens’ bodies age, many of them begin to feel that their breasts are not looking like they used to. After 40, many women report that they feel their breasts have begun to look flatter, saggier, and more deflated, leading to insecurity and a desire to recapture their bust and overall figure.
Once child-rearing is over, with all its difficulties and demands, many women are looking at breast augmentation more and more after they’ve turned 40 and beyond.
Experienced breast augmentation surgeons like California’s Dr. Boris Ackerman have even reported that, with menopause looming for a woman, mere exercise and dieting are not guarantees that she’ll be able to ward off the effects of having children.
Why Breast Augmentation Makes Sense for Older Women
For these women, breast augmentation make...Read More