For years I was always up and down about my feelings of augmenting my breasts. I always felt large breasts wound never define my character, and my personality and nice butt will do the trick. I’m about to be 26 years old. Single, no children, career driven and ready for a change. Ready to do something for my self. In the beginning of 2012 I made a few appointment with different surgeons around my work area. I’m an imaging technician in Beverly Hills and have scanned multiple plastic surgeons post-surgery patients. I am lucky enough to have had a preview of the best work and the best doctors in my area. I choose my top favorites and made my consultation appointments. The first doctor I saw was uncompassionate to say the least, making comments about how pathetic my natural breasts are and how desperate I need his help, comparing me to his “perfect” wife, and over charging for a technique that would make me look worse than I do naturally. I choose the next doctor carefully, read reviews online, spoke with multiple past patients of his, and became extremely friendly with his staff.
After my consultation with my choice doctor, I knew this procedure was perfect for me. He cared about my feelings, gave great advice considering my lifestyle and body type. He has answered all of my calls and has talked to me each time I have gone into his office completely freaked out about the procedure. I feel annoyed with myself about my anxiety over this but he has showed no sign of impatience or frustration with me. I kid you not; I have been in the office every day this week, and 3 days last week. The whole staff has aided in making me feel comfortable and excited for this Friday. I even went back in twice yesterday to change my mind on size. I went from a 300cc to a 360cc. No complaints even though they had already ordered my 300cc implants. I know I picked the perfect facility. I have had plastic surgery before, I was assaulted about 4 years back and my nose was broken. I was unable to breathe correctly and had the most crooked nose I had ever seen. I remember thinking to myself “I will never ever have surgery again.” It was miserable. I couldn’t breathe for weeks, couldn’t sleep, and couldn’t even work from home. I watched all seasons of Dexter to keep me positive. Lol. Its been 3 years since my rhinoplasty and I don’t regret any part of it. I love to ability to breath, and just how straight my nose is. Using this experience to think positive for my breast surgery on Friday. My best friend will be taking care of me and my Pug pup and I couldn’t be more excited to be home and relaxed with my loves. I am taking 4 days off from work, and I will have the 2 weekend days to recover. I can’t possibly stand being out of commission for over 4 days. I am crossing my fingers that I will be healthy, healed and happy by this time next week. Looking forward to sharing my experience. Love and light.