Breast augmentation with injectables
Even before social media, breast augmentation has been one of the most popular procedures not just in Hollywood but also around the world. Having full, natural breasts has always been a beauty standard. Not everyone, however, is willing to go under the knife. The good news is, injectables are now an option. So if you want fuller breasts without surgery, who says you can’t?
Will it look natural? When it comes to any type of breast augmentation, this is a common question that comes to mind. With an injectable like Sculptra, the answer is yes. Sculptra is a poly-L-lactic acid that, when injected, is compatible and easily absorbed by the body. Chances are, you may have already heard of Sculptra before since originally, it was used to help stimulate collagen production and add volume to the face. Now, it has been found that it can also be used for breast enhancement as well.
Similar to Sculptra treatments for the face, several sessions are usually required for breast augmentation treatment since collagen production takes time. Even if results are slower and gradual compared to surgical breast enhancement, however, this type of treatment looks more natural than implants. Since it is non-invasive, it has fewer side effects. This quick and easy treatment also has no downtime, so you can get back to your daily activities almost immediately. As for results, it can last up to two years! Now you can have fuller, natural-looking breasts with Sculptra.
With today’s technology, it is now possible to have a non-surgical breast augmentation for those who are unsure of getting implants or going under the knife. But as always, remember to choose a reputable clinic and a licensed and trained practitioner. They will assess your health status and determine if you are a right candidate for this procedure. Now, as with some cosmetic treatments, those who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have other health-related complications are not candidates for Sculptra breast enhancement, and they may have to wait some time before they are cleared by their physician to do so. On the other hand, if you are a candidate, make sure to do your part by being proactive and following guidelines before and after treatment as provided by your doctor.