Will Changes In My Weight Alter Breast Enlargement Results?

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Many Omaha women who are seeking a breast enlargement are thinking of the long term. While they may have short term goals of being able to fill out a bra or finally feel comfortable wearing a bikini in the summer, they are often wondering what their breast enlargement will look like 5, 10 or even 15 years from now. This is a good attitude to have, according to Dr. Ayoub, because lots of factors can change over time, including a woman’s weight. Read on to learn how future weight loss or weight gain can affect your breast enlargement results.

Weight Change Might Be Part of You Overall Treatment Plan

Before you get too concerned with potential weight gain or weight loss, it’s important to remember that for many Omaha women, a breast enlargement is part of an overall transformation of their bodies. These women may want to have a breast enlargement to surgically enhance their breasts, but they may also be actively trying to lose weight in certain problem areas, such as the thighs, or gain weight overall to get a more pleasing physique, such as in the buttocks. If gaining or losing weight is part of your overall goal, make sure to discuss this with Dr. Ayoub during your pre-op, free consultation.

Weight Loss Might Make Your Breasts Smaller

As much as you try hard to target certain areas of your body to lose weight, we all know that doesn’t necessarily happen the way that we plan. Some Omaha women find that the first place their lose weight seems to be in their breasts. If you are one of these women, then it is entirely possible that any significant weight loss after your breast enlargement surgery will cause you to lose volume in your newly enhanced breasts, too.

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Weight Gain Might Make Your Breasts Get Bigger

Just as some women seem to always lose weight in the breasts, for other Omaha women, their breasts seem to be the first place where they gain weight. If you are planning to gain weight, either to get more muscular or have a shapelier bottom, it’s possible that your weight gain efforts will result in even larger breasts after your breast enlargement surgery.

Discuss Your Weight Loss or Weight Gain Plans with Dr. Ayoub

If you’re a woman looking at both a breast enlargement and weight gain or loss, it’s important for you to discuss both of these goals with Dr. Ayoub directly during your free consultation with him. Based on your previous history, or family history, Dr. Ayoub may make certain judgments about whether or not now is a good time for you to be considering a breast enlargement, or if you should wait until you’ve reached your goal weight, first.

The important thing is that you schedule a consultation with Dr. Ayoub at his office in Omaha and are honest about your weight loss or weight gain goals.

To speak with Dr. Ayoub directly, we recommend that you schedule a consultation with him as soon as possible. One can be made today by calling (402) 829-6384.

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