Martes, Pebrero 24, 2015

Are ‘Vacation Breasts’ Safe?

The modern practice of cosmetic surgery has come to the point where it can literally transform anything in your body. Of course, it should come as no surprise that one of the most popular procedures almost always involve breast enhancement or augmentation. And, more often than not, these are often permanent, as well.

However, what if you want to have fuller breasts but do not want it to stay on your body permanently? Well, rather than having to go under the knife again and again, there is now the option of having fuller breasts lasting on your body for only the duration of a month. This quick-fix solution has since earned a very memorable moniker: ‘vacation breasts’.

Manhattan-based plastic surgeon Norman Rowe has developed this method a few years ago as a way to provide a “trial period” for his patients who are considering breast augmentation but want to “feel” the weight of having one first. However, recent months has seen his procedure being co-opted for a whole new purpose: rather than having women undergo permanent breast augmentation, his discovery has now provided a quick-fix solution for appearance-conscious women who are looking to “flaunt” their new bodies only for the duration of a, say, vacation or a weekend event. Hence, this is why this procedure has been referred to as the ‘vacation breasts’ procedure, and it is one that Rowe himself seems very happy to embrace.

So, how is the procedure performed, then? Well, it only works in the simplest way imaginable: a saline solution is injected onto your breasts, and it lets your chest absorb the fluid into its folds. It mimics the same principle of skin testing, but only on a longer basis. It only takes about thirty minutes, so that means it is a boon for many women who may be probably too busy to book themselves for a day off to spend it at a cosmetic surgery clinic.

Of course, the procedure is only limited to Rowe’s clinic as of the moment, which means that it has not been practiced wide enough for researchers to determine an objective study pertaining to the safety of the whole thing. Regardless, this seems like a positive development for the industry as a whole, and it is one that we will be monitoring closely in the following months.


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