Breast Implant Surgery
The body is a temple. And beautiful breasts are a testament to the beauty of a woman. Yet why does it feel like beautiful breasts are only attainable by getting lucky in the genetic lottery pool? Simple, beautiful women, with beautiful breasts, are everywhere. They're on magazines, on tv, on movie screens. As women we're consistently reminded in subtle and not-so-subtle ways that beautiful breasts are consistent with beautiful women.
That doesn't make us evil, or wrong, if we weren't blessed with bountiful boobies but wish we had them. TotalCurve takes the approach that beautiful breasts are nurtured and grown with a woman's natural balance of tissues and phytoestrogens. Some women opt for silicone breast implants, and there is no disputing their popularity as the most often-performed cosmetic surgery in the United States. But are breast implants the healthiest option to breast augmentation? Let's look at the issues involved.
Breast Implant Surgery
Recent studies suggest that women who undergo breast implant surgery tend to be younger. Over half of American women who undergo breast implants have an annual income under $25,000. What is shocking, however, is that a recent Swedish study revealed that these same women were three times more likely to commit suicide. They were also three times more likely to die of alcohol and drug use.
Breast implant surgery is not without risks, either. Complications from the surgery include scarring, thinning of breast tissue and potential problems with breast feeding. The silicone implants can trigger a capsular contraction, which is an immune response to a foreign object introduced within the breast area, causing collagen fibers to tighten and squeeze against the implants, which is unsightly at best and often painful.
Finally, there is the issue of recurring surgeries. Breast implants do not last forever, and while they can last for several decades, implants do, at some point, fail. Women with implants can expect to have recurring surgery throughout there lives, whether to replace aging implants or to correct related issues, be they silicone leakage or ruptures.
Safe Breast Enlargement
TotalCurve wants you to love your body. And acknowledge that you aren't any less of a woman because you want to celebrate your breasts with breast enhancement. In fact, another study of women between 21 and 57 found that breast augmentation improved their self-esteem and boosted their feelings of sexual desire by 78%.
No surgical knives, no silicone. Honest. Give TotalCurve the chance to nurture your body with beautiful breasts.