Non Surgical Breast
When I first saw an article almost three years ago now how a treatment that involved non surgical
injections into the breast tissue to enlarge, lift and enhance the breasts (temporarily), without surgery, I
thought it sounded interesting, although at the time a bit like it was not plausible.
After all, how could you propose to inject a fluid, most likely similar to that of Restylane and Perlane and
other injectable fillers that are used on the face to fill in wrinkles and fill out lips, into the right, self
contained areas where migration was a minute risk, into the breast? See supplements for natural
breast enhancement for more info on naturally increasing lift and volume.
However, I couldn't help but wonder, if it's not permanent, what is the cost of non surgical breast
injections, how easy is it to find someone who actually does it and does it well, and how often would you
have to go back to get these potentially painful (and expensive) injections to maintain breast fullness and
lift, whichever was the goal in the first place?
Although I did see an article that the breast injections would soon be available in the near future, when I
did a search on the procedure I came up with pretty much nothing, so I'm not sure this has caught on, or
for that matter if it's even been FDA approved yet if no one's performing the procedure that I can find.
This one is worth keeping tabs on though so I will continue to keep you update on the non surgical
breast injections procedure as I see news on them. You can of course keep us updated as well by
sending comments to us.
|I thought it almost sounded a bit like
science fiction because the breast is such a
large area, I wasn't sure how they would be
able to get the fluid used to stay "in shape"
as it should instead of just being
disseminated all throughout the body,
possibly causing issues since it is, after all
a foreign body.
However, it seems that the "lunch time boob
job" is now real, and some women are
trying it out to see if they can achieve a
fullness to their breasts and enlarge them
for a few months at a time rather than going
with the more permanent option of surgical
breast implants. The latter does not make
women go under the knife, nor does it
involve general anesthesia, which is what
scares many women off from breast
|With what I know about dermal fillers, they are
about 500 dollars per syringe, and one syringe
can fill only a few wrinkles on the face, so
many times several must be purchased, so
with this potential new breast injection
procedure that will supposedly lift and fill out
the breasts non surgically, I'm assuming that it
would take quite a few syringes, which to me
means that this would not be a very good non
surgical alternative to breast augmentation if
and when it becomes available.
Of course, I have not seen the results of this
type of procedure so I cannot make a full
assessment of whether it's a good gamble,
but to me it seems there are better
non-surgical breast enlargement options
today, such as the ones we discuss on the
pages here at BreastEnhancePill.com.