SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Increasing number of people are starting to pay attention to their body shape. Efforts like diet and exercise can help improve their figure to some extent but have little effect on physical traits determined by innate factors. In particular, breast size and shape are mainly determined by genetics. It’s rare luck to be born with beautiful bosom. Therefore, many women have keen interest in breast surgery.
Although everyone can increase breast size by surgery, the aim of breast surgery is not only to increase size but also to achieve a beautiful breast shape.
In early times, breast surgery was only intended to change breast size. However, it evolved over time. Advances in medical science have reduced side effects of surgery, shortened recovery phase and created more natural-looking breasts. The advent of teardrop shaped breast implants minimizes the damage to tissue and various new instruments such as HD endoscopes have sprung up. Among the latest innovations are MOTIVA implants which can offer more natural feel than textured implants.
Director YimJoongHyuk of TL Plastic Surgery Korea says, "Only when such advanced technologies are applied properly can plastic surgeons achieve better outcomes. Plastic surgeons should make adjustments and select the ideal surgical procedure after taking into account the physical conditions and aesthetic objectives of patients. Patients should also understand the limits of their body types. After taking these factors into consideration, with thorough knowledge of surgical procedure and adjusting the objectives, plastic surgeons can achieve an ideal outcome."
Dedicated to breast augmentation for 19 years, Director YimJoongHyuk adds, "Throughout my career I found no two patients with same physical conditions. This means it’s important to consider individual physical characteristics and it’s even more important to formulate a customized surgery plan based on the patient. It is recommended to choose a plastic surgeon with plenty of clinical experience and professional expertise."
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