Breast Enlargement patient Samantha Rea discusses op in the Telegraph
Even with a 20% dip last year, there were a whopping 8,609 women in the UK who had surgery to boost their busts.
But WHY do so many women get breast implants?
At this point, you might be mouthing ‘err, to get bigger boobs?’ and rolling your eyes – but bear with us.
What we’re talking about is what motivates women to want bigger breasts.
It’s a contentious subject, for sure. The lingering perception is that women must be doing it to make themselves more attractive to others – specifically, men.
‘Or else, why do it?’, the rationale goes.
But from talking to our patients over the years, we’ve a very different perspective. The vast majority of our breast enlargement patients think long and hard about surgery, and eventually decide to take the plunge to make themselves feel good.
That’s what really motivates women to seek this surgery. Any other benefits stem from the confidence boost it brings, and a generally more positive outlook on life.
In our experience, women don’t see improved relationships as the end goal of their surgery – more a potential happy side effect.
Read Samantha’s Breast Enlargement patient story
One of our patients has spoken publicly about this very subject. Aurora breast enlargement patient, journalist Samantha Rea (pictured), recently tackled the misconceptions about her own breast surgery in a candid article for the Telegraph.
She shares her reasons for wanting a boob job, and why she’s so thrilled with her new breasts. And they are – categorically – nothing to do with other people.
Click to read Samantha’s fascinating piece on the Telegraph website: ‘I had a boob job for myself, but I know you won’t believe me‘.
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