So many types of breast enlargement treatments exist, that many women become confused as to what works and what doesn’t. Options range from surgical procedures, herbal remedies, holistic approaches, exercises, diet, and massages. It’s enough to make your head spin, and the companies and doctors involved usually don’t make it any easier. There’s a lot of misinformation out there that you must wade through in order to make a logical decision on what’s right for you. This page provides you with the most common breast enlargement treatments out there, and weighs the pros and cons of each.
Breast Enlargement Treatments Options
The most common and well-known of the breast enlargement treatments is implant surgery. Commonly referred to as a “boob job” it’s been mostly popularized by models, as well as TV and movie celebrities. Most recently it is reality television that has brought it to the forefront of mainstream knowledge, as real people find themselves in the spotlight and are then followed by the paparazzi who take pictures of them before and after their procedures.
Although this is the most widely known option, many women either cannot afford to get work done, or they are too afraid of the pain involved in the procedure. While both of these may be tough hurdles to get over, they can’t really be avoided if you go with the right doctor. A good doctor will be expensive, and a more advanced procedure might be less painful than a more traditional one, but there will certainly be some pain and recovery involved.
Since surgery is expensive and painful many women seek out herbal pills and creams and other non-surgical breast enlargement treatments. There are numerous problems with this, and we cover them extensively in our other pages on breast enlargement supplements. A brief recap is that the companies that make these herbal supplements do not have a vested interest in whether or not they work, and whether or not they are harmful. Since they are not regulated, and since they are toying with the body’s hormones, they should not be taken.
Some women use diet and exercise as one of the breast enlargement treatments that work for them. If you have a severe case or a petite frame then this might not produce the results you want. But eating right, losing weight, and doing chest exercises specifically designed to tighten the muscles underneath your breasts can have many positive effects and may produce enough of a result for you to be happy. The overall goal of all of these breast enlargement treatments is to make you a happier person overall, and the only one of these methods that has positive side effects instead of negative, is diet and exercise.
This promotes an overall sense of well-being and lack of self-esteem and self-image is the root of the problem. 80 percent of all women have breasts that are perfectly natural and look great just as they are. Society and the media have convinced them that they have a problem. If you are one of the 20 percent that has a legitimate need of breast enlargement treatments, ask your regular doctor to refer you to a specialist in your area.
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