Patient Testimonials Breast Augmentation
Amy's Breast Augmentation Testimonial
"I can confidently say that I have absolutely no regrets"
I am 23 and have beautiful breasts. But I have not always been this confident. This past December, I made a decision that I have been contemplating for several years now. I decided to get breast implants.
I have lived my whole life with a very small chest, and have always felt that my body did not look proportional. I graduated college as a size 34A. After graduation, I decided to reward myself with the augmentation I was longing for.
So during a winter break from my graduate studies, I decided it was time. I had my wedding coming up and wanted to look perfect for my special day. I scheduled a consultation with Dr. William Hedden in Birmingham, Alabama to discuss my options. His office had several real "test" implants that I could handle and put in a sports bra. This, along with Dr. Hedden and his nurses' advice, helped me to decide on a 360cc implant. He explained every detail of the procedure and answered all of my relevant, and silly, questions.
After weeks of anticipation, my day finally came. And it wasn't that big of a deal at all. The surgery went by fast, and I was at home before I knew it, sitting on the couch, drinking a smoothie and watching TV. For a few days after, I was extremely sore, but it was not unbearable by any means. The only thing I really needed help with was sitting up out of bed and picking up things.
After the first week, I was able to take care of myself completely. All I had to do was be patient so that I could heal which was probably the most annoying part. I hated not being able to go to the gym for a few weeks.
Today, I am a very happy 36C (full C). I am now able to wear tank tops with the built-in shelf bra with no padded bra underneath! I am working out in cute outfits and my sports bra doesn't make me look like a man. I can confidently say that I have absolutely no regrets about the procedure, and if I could do it all over again, I wouldn't change a thing. Thanks Dr. Hedden!