A woman in the United States has made a startling claim that if she gets breast implants, she will only be charged $150 for the procedure, which is considered a “miracle” by her surgeon.
The 24-year-old Australian woman is not alone in making the claim, and she is not the first to claim the miracle-sounding price.
In a new video that has gone viral, she describes getting breast surgery as a “blessing” for her family, friends and herself.
“I have always wanted a bigger breast and I have never had a big breast before,” she said.
“Now I have the best.”
My family, my friends, my coworkers and even my patients all want to see the size.
“I just wanted to make sure it was right for me.”
The price tag of $150 is a lot for most women, but the average American woman will pay $25 for a breast augmentation.
If you are a woman who is going to have to pay for an operation that costs up to $150 on average, it is very possible that you have a serious medical condition that makes the procedure impractical.
The reality is, breast implants are a very common and safe procedure for many women.
The American Academy of Pediatrics, American Board of Surgery, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and American Academy for Aesthetics and Reconstructive Surgery all recommend that women with larger breasts use a larger breast implant, even if the procedure will cost more than $150.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and the American Society to Treat and Treat for Cancer recommends that women have a total of two breast implants before they can have a mastectomy.
The AAPS and ASPS guidelines say women who need breast implants should go to the surgeon who will do the procedure in order to be assured that they will not have complications, such as bleeding.
If you or someone you know is thinking about getting breast augments, please get in touch with a health care professional to discuss your options and whether it is medically necessary for you.
To learn more about breast augmetics and to find a breast surgeon in your area, visit www.breast-anesthetic.com.au.
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