I had another epiphany recently when I was speaking with a patient of mine on whom I had performed a Austin breast augmentation years ago. She enjoyed impressive results and had been pleased with her investment. She made the comment that they were “just breasts,” as if everyone had breasts like hers or that breasts simply weren’t a big deal in terms of their importance or significance.
From my experiences, this couldn’t be further from the truth. In my world, breasts are viewed as the most important physical feature, other than maybe the face. In our society, both men and women have invested a great deal in their chests. They can be too big, or too small, crooked, saggy or diseased. In fact, men who have “breasts” suffer more than most imagine, from a condition called gynecomastia.
Breasts are highly prized in our society—so much so that it is the most commonly performed plastic surgery procedure today and subject to the greatest number of lawsuits as well. This tells me that they are indeed sacred and that patients have the highest standards regarding the results of their plastic surgery. I understand that.
If you want your assets in the best of hands, I would encourage you to explore the world of Westlake Plastic Surgery in Austin Texas. I’ve got my eye on the important things in life!