April 18, 2008, Newsletter Issue #66: How More Even Breasts Can Improve Self Esteem

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According to a study conducted by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), undergoing surgery to correct breast asymmetry had a significant effect on the self esteem and quality of life of the women who participated in the study. The findings of this study were released in October 2006 at the annual meeting for the ASPS and indicated having even breasts after the surgery had a profound effect on the confidence level and quality of life for those who participated in the study.

This study included 35 patients who underwent a surgical procedure to correct some type of breast asymmetry. Asymmetry may include breasts that are located unevenly on the body or differ in shape and size. The patients in the study were questioned six months post-operatively and all study participants were found to have an overwhelming increase in vitality, mental health and self esteem.

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