How to Go Into Your Breast Augmentation Feeling Informed

Breast Augmentation One thing that we don’t expect from our patients is to know everything there is to know about surgeries; after all, that’s what Dr. Wiener went to school for, right? One thing we do expect from our patients though, is for them to walk into sure your feeling educated, informed, and confident in the surgery they are about to go through. So, how can you make sure that you are making an informed decision before you come in for an augmentation?

Ask Questions

Your consultation isn’t just a formality that we have you go through for the heck of it. In fact, your consultation is the perfect opportunity for you to ask Dr. Weiner any and all questions about your upcoming surgery; no matter how small or large they may be. If you have even more questions after your consultation that you want answered, don’t hesitate to contact our office; that’s what we are here for!

Do Some Research

We encourage all of our patients to do some of their own research regarding breast implant types, shapes, sizes, and placement. Even though we can’t guarantee that everything that you read online is true, we are more than happy to verify it.

Feel the Implants

Sometimes, you need to actually feel the implants in your hands in order to decide which one is right for you. Because your implants will literally be a part of you, you no only want them to look a certain way, but you want them to feel a certain way as well.  During your consultation appointment, we will have some implants for you to hold in your hand; that way you can experience what they will really feel like and how heavy they might be.

Our patients’ comfort and satisfaction are a priority. To learn more about breast augmentations, contact us at our Chicago office at (773) 763-3990.

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