Why Winter is the Best Time for Breast Augmentation- Even in Tampa!
If you’re considering breast augmentation to enhance the appearance of your breasts, scheduling the procedure this winter is a great choice. Amid the holiday festivities and the start of the new year, there are many benefits to scheduling breast augmentation in the winter, including:
Time to Heal Before Summer
Many women who undergo breast augmentation are excited to break out their bikinis and show off their new curves. By scheduling breast augmentation in the winter, you’ll have plenty of time to heal before pool party season arrives. That way, you’ll feel confident in your new look without having to worry about prominent scars or bruising, and your breast implants will have settled into their proper position.
Easy Coverage With Winter Styles
After breast augmentation, it’s normal to experience some bruising, redness, and swelling. Since winter styles naturally have more coverage, it’s easy to cover up the treatment area as you heal during this time of year. Plus, people typically spend less time in the sun in the winter and more time indoors with loved ones. As a result, you’ll get less sun exposure, which is important in order for scars from breast augmentation to fade quickly.
During the winter season, people tend to have more spare time on their hands. As work and social obligations slow down at the end of the year, you may find that you can finally take some time off for the breast augmentation you’ve been wanting. Plus, plastic surgeons often have more availability in the winter, so you’ll likely have more appointment slot options. This can make it easier to schedule the procedure at a time that’s the most convenient for you.
If you’re considering breast augmentation, contact Tampa Palms Plastic Surgery to schedule a consultation with Dr. Mosiello today!
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