Non-surgical breast enhancement is a growing sector within the aesthetic industry. Many women would like to enjoy larger, smaller or firmer breasts, without the risks or expense inherent to traditional cosmetic surgery solutions. It is crucial for women interested in noninvasive options to investigate all treatments thoroughly, to avoid health hazards, disappointing results and financial scams.
When most people think of breast enhancement, they visualize making the breasts larger. However, enhancement should not be confused with enlargement. Enhancement simply means to make more appealing by creating a visual or palpable improvement.
Non-surgical breast enlargement is by far the most common application of noninvasive aesthetic modalities. Breast enlargement is most often performed using prosthetic breast implants, which are placed into the body via a surgical procedure. However, there are many non-surgical options to consider, as well, including: hormone therapy, breast slapping, herbal therapy, laser enlargement techniques, electrostimulation, non-surgical prosthetics, natural or pharmaceutical enlargement pills, hypnosis, padded bras and tissue expansion technology. Having been involved in the breast enhancement industry for many years, I have seen fad products come and go, with most non-surgical products and services generally offering poor to abysmal results. Generally, I recommend the BRAVA system of breast enlargement for women truly interested in attaining a larger sized bust without surgical intervention. This form of tissue expansion is rather expensive and takes considerable patience to achieve modest results. However, it does generally work well for most women who are seeking a small boost in size and can be re-sold on auction sites, like E-Bay, once the treatment is finished.
Non-surgical breast lift is also a popular desire for women with ptotic breasts. Breast lift surgery is a very effective solution for drooping breasts, but is very invasive and often leaves significant scarring. These negative implications are in addition to the high cost and health risks of plastic surgery. The most common noninvasive breast lift products and services include: breast firming creams, laser treatments, herbal and pharmaceutical pills, weight loss, exercise and push non surgical breast lift up bras. Most of these options are not very satisfying, although laser treatments have shown mild to moderate success in women with very specific breast ptosis criteria. Minimally invasive surgeries, such as the breast feather lift, using APTOS threading, might also be a consideration for some women.
Non-surgical breast reduction is the least effective form of enhancement. Breast reduction surgery is one of the most invasive of all cosmetic surgery procedures and is costly, risky and scarring. However, it is extremely effective at decreasing breast size permanently and ending many physical and psychological symptoms associated with overly large and problematic breasts. The typical solutions offered for non-surgical reduction include: herbal and pharmaceutical reduction pills, reduction creams, minimizing bras, diet and exercise. Besides for the nutritional and activity related lifestyle modifications, I would not recommend any noninvasive reduction modality, due to poor treatment statistics.
Remember that most “miracle products” will promise the world, but deliver nothing but bitter disappointment and a hefty price tag. Do not get ripped off by companies selling a variety of noninvasive products and services which are directed at desperate women who either fear or can not afford surgery. Instead, consult with your doctor to make plans for a safe and effectual program of non-surgical breast enhancement. They will tell you honestly if your goals can be met without surgical intervention. If not, they will also inform you about invasive options which may just become a viable option once all factors are considered.