If pregnancy and breastfeeding have taken their toll on your breasts and left you with a silhouette that discourages you, we have good news! Dr. Max Pekarev of MP Plastic Surgery in Fort Worth can perform breast augmentation to increase the size and shape of your breasts!
But wait. Before you jump in line for a breast augmentation consultation, there’s something you should consider—breastfeeding. If you have finished having children, but you’re still breastfeeding, you will need to wait for a period of time before undergoing breast augmentation. Keep reading as we talk more about this procedure and the requirements regarding breastfeeding.
Breast Augmentation with Dr. Max Pekarev
Dr. Max Pekarev is a plastic surgeon who is highly sought after by many women in Fort Worth who want breast augmentation. He is board-certified and has been providing beautiful, natural-looking results for many years.
Because Dr. Max Pekarev provides a caring and relaxed environment for his patients, women who visit MP Plastic Surgery always feel comfortable and welcomed. He is a transparent professional who works hard to build a positive doctor-patient relationship with every breast augmentation patient because he believes honesty should be the foundation for those relationships.
If you’ve recently been breastfeeding, be sure to take note of these two things before you come in to visit Dr. Max Pekarav for your initial breast augmentation consultation:
Your milk must be depleted for at least 6 months before you can have a breast augmentation.
Dr. Max Pekarav will only consider breast augmentation for women in Fort Worth who have seen no milk production for at least 6 months. This time will allow the breasts to return to their new normal size and shape. Once 6 months have passed, Dr. Max Pekarav will have a true idea of what your breasts need during your breast augmentation.
You have a solid birth control plan in place.
The next thing you should consider before choosing to have a breast augmentation consultation with Dr. Max Pekarav is whether or not you’re done having children. If you are, you should also have a solid birth control plan in place to protect against future pregnancies.
It’s not that Dr. Max Pekarav requires you to avoid pregnancy after your breast augmentation, and there’s nothing about the procedure that is harmful to you or your unborn child, but breast augmentation after pregnancy and breastfeeding can negate your results. Dr. Max Pekarav wants all of his Fort Worth patients to enjoy their results for many years to come. This is why he recommends that his patients be finished having children before choosing breast augmentation.
Call Dr. Max Pekarav at MP Plastic Surgery Today
If you’re still wondering about breast augmentation after breastfeeding, or you have additional questions about the procedure as a whole, don’t wait to call Dr. Max Pekarav today to schedule your initial consultation. During your appointment, he will fully evaluate your breasts, talk to you about his recommendations, and answer any questions you may have regarding breast augmentation.
Be sure to also browse through our before and after gallery for a first-hand look at actual results of Fort Worth patients.