A lot of women consider getting breast surgery, and no, it’s not just for celebrities and socialites. In the past, it was unachievable for the ordinary woman, but with drastic improvements in medicine and technology, your breast surgery is now more accessible than ever before.
As a woman, there are probably lots of things you don’t like about your breasts. Maybe they hang too low or aren’t as full as you’d like. They might be the wrong shape or have uneven cup sizes. Maybe your breasts aren’t as perky as you’d like them to be, and you’d like that corrected.
You might need your breasts done for health reasons. Some patients need mastectomies to get rid of malignant tumours, so they require surgery to get their curves back. Or a client might have an abnormal-looking breast. It might be something congenital that she was born with, or it may be an injury from an accident.
In some parts of the world (such as Brazil), smaller breasts are considered more attractive, so a breast surgeon might be asked to perform a breast reduction. And even in places where bigger is better, a woman’s breasts may be giving her back pain or affecting her overall health, so she might want to go a few sizes smaller. Sometimes, men want their breasts reduced too.
Women make a lot of effort to look good. Many times, other people find these women attractive, but in their own eyes, these women just don’t measure up. They don’t look how they want to look. And while you might think it’s simply about appearances, the way a woman views herself has a big impact on how she moves through life, and this affects her work, her family, and her friends.
Some changes are temporary. A woman might change her wardrobe or lose weight, but these are adjustments that can be time-barred. Breast surgery is more permanent, and patients retain their positive feelings much longer than they do when they lose weight or hire a stylist.
When you’re looking for a breast surgeon, Sydney is a good place to begin. Why? Because Dr Rizk is based here, and he is an experienced, trustworthy surgeon with many happy clients. He has years of professional practice in cosmetic surgery and qualifications from accredited Australian institutions. He is willing to help you achieve your body goals, and walk you through your surgery and recovery process, making sure that you are safe, healthy, and beautiful.
Dr Rizk doesn’t just focus on the breast surgery side of things. He gives each patient a thorough, focused consultation, finding out what they want and explaining the entire process. He discovers their individual desires and advises them on the best way to achieve them. He takes the opportunity to get to know the client and develop rapport so that the patient feels safe and reassured.
Dr Rizk will answer all your questions and make sure you are completely comfortable before you commit. He makes sure you know all the side effects, and that you know what you need to do to speed up your recovery and get the best out of your new body.
In terms of breast surgery, Sydney offers a variety of procedures under Dr Rizk. These include:
The most common surgery is breast augmentation, and Dr Rizk can achieve this depending on the client’s preferences and requirements. He can graft fat from other parts of the patient’s body, which doubles as a mild form of liposuction. He can also implant silicone to change the shape and size of a woman’s breasts. Another popular procedure is mastopexy. In this form of breast surgery, the surgeon lifts sagging breasts that have been caused by pregnancy, weight loss, or age.
Male patients might feel self-conscious about visiting a doctor that mostly attends to women, but they really don’t need to be. Dr Rizk is discreet and professional. He attends to all patients with the same care and attention, so you can be sure you’re safe in his skilled hands.
Whatever procedure you have in mind, and whatever your reason is for wanting it, Dr Rizk will handle it for you. He’ll make sure your health and your aesthetic needs are fully taken care of, so give his office a call, or book a consultation.
Dr Rizk supports the National Law and Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) guidelines that any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.