September 29, 2012
According to a recent study published in the academic journal, Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery, women and men seem to differ greatly in opinion of what their idea of beauty is, regarding one major feature of a female body – the breasts. The study was conducted by Lukas Prantl, a cosmetic surgeon and psychologist Martin Grundl. Dr. Vasdev Rai, a board certified plastic surgeon from Dallas, Texas gives his insight into the study based on his own experience as a plastic surgeon.
The experiment had a total of 34,015 participants, making it one of the largest psychological studies ever conducted. Participants used an online interface and clicked on a button to adjust sizes and shapes of a female figure. They could alter the figures weight, hips, waist, bust, and leg length; they were asked to adjust it to their perception of their own beauty ideal.
The study found that the majority of men and women adjusted the female ﬁgure to have a low to medium body weight, medium-sized hips, and a narrow waist. Conversely, a prominent difference over the preference of the breast size emerged. The majority of my patients who seek breast augmentation want their breasts to be proportionate to rest of their body frame,” said Dr. Rai. “They seek their bust proportion to enhance the curves of their body and not conflict with it. Young women who just failed to develop a breast fullness i.e are flat chested. They seek breast augmentation to have twin prosthetic bulges on their chest to feel feminine and enjoy complimentary dresses and bathing suits. Mothers who have had babies and now have developed flattening of breasts from pregnancies and breast feeding. They want just enough of size increment to go back to where they were in their prime of their attractiveness.
“However there is another group of breast augmentation patients who want to appeal to male preference for larger breasts,” said Dr. Rai. “Patients who want to have large, full breasts in order to become more attractive to men. They are seeking attention and large breasts certainly get it in male eyes.”
Dr. Rai said there are also two subsets in this group:
For over 20 years, Dallas plastic surgeon, Dr. Vasdev Rai has performed over 15,000 plastic surgeries. Dr. Rai serves as Chief of Plastic Surgery at Medical City Dallas Hospital. He is on staff at several other Dallas hospitals and is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. His services include all areas of plastic surgery such as, cosmetic surgery of the face, body and liposuction, breast augmentation and reduction, and reconstructive plastic surgery.
About The Cosmetic Surgical Center
Dr. Vasdev Rai received his plastic surgery training at New York Hospital of Cornell University Medical Center, one of the most respected universities in the training of plastic surgeons. He received his certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery in 1983, and has continued to pursue ongoing education on the newest and best techniques in plastic surgery as they are developed. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the Texas Medical Association, the Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons, and the Dallas Society of Plastic surgeons, among other professional associations. He has been features on Dallas television and radio and in both Dallas and national print media, and has been recognized as one of Dallas's top plastic surgeons. For more information, please visit their website at: http://www.drrai.net
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