Ever wondered what you would look like with breast implants?
Today we are talking breast implants. Is it still a super controversial topic? With the amount of times the ‘breast implant’ conversation comes up in all walks of my life I will resign myself to thinking not.
When I was in my early twenties, for the girls interested in breast implants it was all about should I or shouldn’t I, is it better before or after babies, can I still breast feed and perhaps the biggest and most debated subject for the girls that were serious was how big should I go.
Now that I’m older the conversations are still rife but the reasons behind wanting a breast augmentation has changed. Most of my girlfriends have finished having babies so for those interested in breast implants it’s simply a matter of how they will look when they’re done and how big should I go.
As any good girlfriends does, when asked on an outing to explore the possibility of your bestie getting breast implants you kindly oblige. After all, it’s the besties opinion that really counts, we can’t trust those men… haha.
Making a decision to alter your physical appearance should not be taken lightly. If it’s something that you want to do and if the decision is right for you, then giving yourself the best possible chance to achieve the result you want is imperative but when it comes to breast augmentation, seeing the final results before the procedure hasn’t been an option, until now.
Dr Glenn Murray at Absolute Cosmetic Medicine is among the first cosmetic surgeons around the world to offer Crisalix Virtual Reality 4D consultations. For the first time, aesthetic patients will be able to “try on” their new breasts to finally answer the question every patient has: “How could I look after the procedure?”
Crisalix uses advanced medical research and state of the art technology to show you how your body will look post procedure in 4D. It can show you what you will look like walking, what your side profile will look like and even what the girls will do when lying down on your back. What a clever little thing she is!
My girlfriend had a consultation and was shown what she would look like post procedure via Crisalix. We had a lot of fun seeing the many different ways the breast will look. Will she go ahead with the procedure? That’s entirely up to her and very personal so I wont share that information here. What I will say is keep an eye on my Instagram page. If I have any ‘updates’ I will be sure to show you over there.
For more information about the Crisalix Virtual Reality 4D machine or to book your consultation to try it out for yourself contact Absolute Cosmetic Medicine.
Pictures taken by: Now and Then
Post sponsored by Absolute Cosmetics