When many people think of breast augmentation, they may assume that the goal of the procedure is to make the breasts significantly larger.

In earlier times, that may have been true in many cases; however, Dr. Daniel C. Mills, a plastic surgeon in Orange County, says recent trends indicate a change may be occurring.

Dr. Mills notes that a growing number of women appear to be considering breast augmentation with smaller breast implants that do not add an extensive amount of volume to the breasts, and the reasons for this are rooted in both practicality and the desire for a certain type of aesthetic result.

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