What I can tell you about his practice is that they really make you feel reassured that they have your best interest at heart and that they are very experienced in every aspect of the process. Marie is the front office manager there and she is what really made me decide to go to Dr. Wigoda. Yes, although the surgeon you choose is very important, having the support though every step (and to answer any question you have, no matter how small) is important. Before we did the procedure Marie explained all the things I was going to feel (physically and emotionally) which really helped.
I won't lie and say I woke up the day after the procedure and was 100% pain free and went back to work/social life. I went back to work on the third day without a problem but it was painful for a couple weeks (pain medication did help). It was also hard sleeping for the first couple weeks because you would have to sleep propped up almost sitting. Before your procedure I would suggest getting special pillows to make sure you can do this. The pain you feel is muscle adjusting to a large object stretching it out so it feels like you have been bench pressing for hours the day before. Beyond the first two weeks the pain subsided and I just waited for them to "drop". Marie warned me that it could take at least three months but its easy to be impatient. They will look like big peck muscles for a while and will really stand out of the chest but thankfully as they predicted, they drop right into a natural state.
I am now 5 months past the procedure, LOVING my new breasts. I hadn't told anyone about the procedure other than my close family and boyfriend. The great part is everyone was shocked, they look so natural and my clothes fit even better than with a padded bra! They feel 100% real and I have full feeling in my breasts. There is nothing I can't do and I feel so much more confident to go to the pool, wear a sexy dress, or even just wear a t-shirt! Before I had read reviews of people who went to other doctors and said they could feel the implants and I can't at all. I only need a light sports bra everyday and can wear anything from Victoria Secret (no more groping bras to see which have the most padding!).
I have to say my breast augmentation changed my life in ways I didn't know. I have zero regrets. Of all the things we worry about in life (too big, too small, too fat, acne, intelligence, etc, etc, etc), beforehand this just felt like small breasts were things I couldn't fix, something I was born with and should be proud of. And now I feel like I have the breasts I want, that I was meant to have, that make me feel like me. I feel more confident, more feminine, more at ease in my own body.