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The New Boob Jobs

Though doctors are seeing a spike in patients requesting non-invasive options, breast augmentations are still among the most common surgical operations, with 279,143 procedures performed last year alone, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. That number is up 31 percent from the year 2000; so clearly women are still flocking to surgeons’ offices requesting bigger breasts. But doctors have noticed an uptick in women wanting increasingly smaller implant sizes with the most natural finish. In LA, that means more C-cups than double Ds. In the rest of the country, medium to full-size B cups are trending.”I have always had female patients that want a natural look. They don’t want to go too huge,” says Dr. Melissa Doft, a clinical assistant professor of surgery at Weill Cornell Medical School in New York City. “They’re getting augmentation in their 20s and they want them to look like what they could have naturally been born with.”

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The New Boob Jobs

2018-01-27T11:05:50+00:00