How to Get the Most from Breast Enhancement Patient Photos

Searching for a plastic surgeon in Baltimore for breast enhancement can be tricky. Browsing through a surgeon’s photo gallery can be a helpful tool in assessing his or her qualifications and skill. But how do you know what to look for? Here are 4 tips when viewing “before and after” photos:

  1. Take notes: Write down what you like and what you don’t like about each photo. Mention specific details such as nipple placement, breast symmetry, and chest projection. You can bring these notes with you for your consultation.
  2. Look for people with your body type: Finding someone who is your age and who has similar anatomy can be helpful in predicting your results. It is not realistic to think that your body type or bone structure can be altered as a result of breast surgery.
  3. Steer clear of celebrity or magazine photos: Aside from the fact that most people do not have the same body type as the models in magazines, celebrity photos are often digitally enhanced or airbrushed. These pictures are not good resources when developing expectations about surgery.
  4. Look at the whole picture: Remember that you are viewing a representative body of work. The results overall should be typical of the surgeon and his or her skill, not simply the best cases. Assess the general feeling or sense you receive from the photos as a whole. Be sure to examine pictures of other procedures, as well.

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