Does Breast Augmentation Always Result in More Cleavage?
From filling out clothes to boosting confidence, there are endless reasons why women choose to have breast a augmentation. Among them is a desire for more cleavage. Can breast augmentations also increase a woman’s cleavage?
Breast Augmentation and Cleavage
Aside from size, one of the most commonly requested features women want to change during breast augmentations is their cleavage. Many women may have smaller-than-average breasts or breasts that are farther apart than they’d like. Thus, they desire fuller or closer breasts that could result in more visible cleavage. For this reason, the spacing between breasts is an important aesthetic decision that should be considered alongside volume, cup size and the type of implant used (i.e. gummy bear implants or silicone or saline implants.)
How Cleavage Can Be Improved With Breast Augmentations
Although cleavage can be improved with breast augmentation, it’s often not the augmentation alone that helps to improve it. Breasts that are naturally positioned far apart on the chest may not gain cleavage by simply increasing the size. If you are interested in increasing cleavage, this desire should be discussed with Dr. Franckle at a consultation. That way, we can help you choose the most effective implant shape and positioning to help increase cleavage.
Determining the Potential for Cleavage
When deciding how best to create or augment cleavage, Dr Franckle will consider a number of the patient’s physical factors. This includes breastbone prominence, the structure of the patient’s chest wall, and how much fatty tissue covers the patient’s sternum. Also taken into consideration is where the patient’s nipples are placed in relation to each other as well as where they’re currently centered on the breasts.
For those seeking to create or improve their cleavage, breast augmentation may be the right solution for you. William Franckle, MD, FACS offers breast augmentation and other cosmetic procedures at his office in South Jersey. Contact Dr. Franckle at 856.772.6500 to schedule a consultation.