Post # 1
Hi! I’ve been having a strong desire to get breast implants. But the fear of complications was always there in me. Last week I had gone for shopping my gown. My eyes stuck on a beautiful strapless gown. But beforing wearing it I would want to get it done. Well now I’m in search of a good plastic surgeon in Mississauga. I saw many doctors and also came across a review site ( http://www.goodsurgeonbadsurgeon.com/ ) where there is a list of surgeons. Can anyone help me in choosing the right doctor?
Post # 2
this is going to sound stupid but you might want to go to your local high end strip club and take a look around, if you see work you like ask for the dr info.
Post # 3
Umm……… Is your wedding really in April????
First of all, this isn’t something you can just do overnight…. It takes a few different consultations to find the right doctor for you. It takes multiple appointments to decide size, decide payment options and it takes a couple of months to schedule the surgery. Any reputable surgeon won’t be able to schedule you for a couple of months. I had to get mine done on Valentine’s day because that was 3 months away from the day I called to schedule it. It was the only date they had available until June or July.
Then comes recovery. Your implants are going to be high and fake looking for a while, depending on the person, it may take a few months for them to drop and to drop evenly.
This isnt a decision you should make because you want to wear a certain dress. This is a decision for life. A decision that will require exchanging implants every 10-15 years, you really need to think about this
Post # 4
Mine took a full year to completely even out (one dropped and fluffed faster than the other).
The recovery time could be high but you still have SO many decisions to make. First you have to pick a surgeon and then comes the implant decisions. Round or anatomical? Silicone or saline? Smooth or textured? High, mod or low profile? Under or over the muscle? SIZE? It’s not as easy as saying, “I want HER boobs” or even “I want to be a 32DD”. It’s a lot to consider. You’re putting a foreign object in your body so you have to be 100% percent sure of everything. Plus as MrsPiggles said, they need to be replaced. Is that something you think will be financially possible for you in the future?
This is something serious and not something to just jump into because of one dress.
If your wedding is really in April then please put the surgery off until after you’re married.
Post # 5
What they said. Mine looked obnoxious for the first year until they finally settled in. This is definitely something you don’t rush into.
Post # 6
“NO scabby neck boobs before wedding” was my finances response to this post when I read it out loud to him. You don’t have the time. Maybe a pushup corset or bra for the wedding. Girl. You’ll regret it more than no boobs if your wedding is in a few weeks
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2014 - Dallas, TX
Yikes 1 month is NOT enough time to find a surgeon, have consultations, have the surgery and recover! Your boobs look CRAZY at first. They are all hard and high and square until they settle in. You do NOT want that look on your wedding day!
Post # 8
Major cosmetic surgery a month before the wedding? Seems legit.
Post # 9
if your wedding is this month .. I wouldn’t suggest doing that