• Choosing big implants results to undesirable results
  • Kenyan celebrities embracing  cosmetic surgery

Cosmetic surgeries have gained popularity in Kenya, from liposuction, to breast augmentation, buttock augmentation and skin lightening procedures.

Several Kenyan celebrities have gone through cosmetic surgery to enhance their appearances.

One of the most notable celebrity is Vera Sidika who lightened her skin at a cost of a whooping Kshs 15 million.

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Here are a few things you ought to consider before getting a ”Boob Job’

Choose your plastic surgeon carefully.

Before undergoing any cosmetic surgery, you need to  carefully research your plastic surgeon to ensure they are board-certified and have years of experience with breast surgeries such as breast augmentation.

It is also wise for you to ask to see before and after photographs of past patients who share similar goals, concerns, and anatomy with you

Choose between saline and silicone implants.

Women undergoing breast augmentation have a choice between saline and silicone implants.

Silicone implants produce a soft and natural look, but it can also be more difficult to detect leaks with this type of implant.

On the other hand, saline implants readily reveal a leak and offer a good amount of fullness and projection.

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Give yourself time to recover

After surgery, your breasts will look swollen and may sit higher than usual. It can take anywhere from a few weeks to months for your breasts to soften and look more natural.

Not all big breasts are admirable

The size of your implant should be determined by your body size, available breast tissue and your surgeon’s advice.

Some choose implants that are too big, this results to undesirable results and in some cases results to long-term health consequences increases.


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