If you are considering breast enhancement surgery, you might be curious about the best time of the year to have the surgery. The answer depends on your circumstances and the reason you are having the procedure in the first place. Having said that, is there is a better time of the year to have breast augmentation?
Some women choose breast augmentation in the spring because they desire a curvier chest for the summer. The options for bikinis, low-cut tops and V-neck dresses get a whole lot broader when you have more bounce to your breasts. Also, summer means more pool time and more chances to show off the new you. However, you don’t want to wait until spring to meet with a surgeon. Keep in mind that before you can schedule the procedure, you must first schedule the consultation. Since spring is generally a busy time for cosmetic procedures, it is best to schedule your initial consultation earlier in the year. Depending on the schedule of the surgeon, it may be a few weeks before you can meet and plan the procedure.
Many women feel the best time for breast augmentation is in the fall or winter months in order to allow sufficient time to heal before swimsuit season. Cold weather means less revealing clothes which gives the incisions time to heal privately. Additionally, colder weather means fewer outdoor activities and more time for relaxing and healing. Scheduling your breast augmentation procedure in the late winter allows you to get through the preparation and stress of the holidays.
You will need time for proper breast surgery recovery. Board-certified surgeons encourage women to consider the downtime they will need and plan ahead accordingly. Mothers of school-aged children tend to relish the winter months for a cosmetic procedure because they can have 6-8 hours of recuperation before dinner and homework. If you are the kind of person who spends several hours after school taking kids to soccer practice and ballet, you may need to plan ahead for carpool options with friends and family.
Breast augmentation isn’t cheap but is well worth the cost if it is something you desire. You can save for the procedure or set-up a payment plan. Only you can decide when it is financially best to have breast augmentation. Be sure to ask your surgeon what costs are covered under insurance and if there are additional costs such as anesthesia or facility fees. If you are ready to make a change in the size or shape of your breasts, schedule your appointment in advance no matter what time of the year you decide to have the surgery