Finding a Way to be Comfortable in Your Own Body
The words plastic surgery conjures up a range of thoughts and images – perfection, enhancement, implants, finesse. But plastic surgery is not always about having the perfect body. In a lot of cases, it’s about giving a person the gift of changing their whole outlook on life.
Erin was in her late teens when she decided enough was enough. Being a larger busted girl with a petite frame was not all it was cracked up to be.
“I was a G cup by the time I reached 20 years of age. With my frame, I looked really out of proportion. Not to mention my bust size hindered my self-confidence and was painful,” Erin said.
As with all major surgeries, choosing to have plastic surgery can be a big decision. For Erin though, the focus wasn’t just on the end result.