Are Tissue Expanders A Viable Breast Enhancement Option?

Very few women complain that their breasts are too small. The majority of the rest secretly wished their breasts were bigger. Lucky for them there are plenty of non-invasive options available in the form of serums, creams, pills, massages, exercises, hypnosis, as well as the breast tissue expanders (which we will talk about in this post).

Breast Tissue Expander Choices

Breast Tissue Expandable Implants

One of the first options presented to women who want to increase the size of their breasts is a surgical procedure to implant breast tissue expander.

Historically this involved having two surgeries. The first was to put the expander into place and then the second surgery removed it and the implant was inserted. This was a long and extremely costly procedure.

Luckily not all women are open to having such a major and invasive surgery done on their breasts, which has forced the plastic surgery industry to adapt!

Today it is possible to use a different type of expander, one that doesn’t require the use of surgical implants. The results are still the same and you can increase your bust size as you see fit.

Due to advancements in the field, using a non-invasive tissue expander is now a viable way to add additional cup sizes to your breasts. The best part is that you no longer have to undergo the painful surgeries you used to to get – arguably – the same results.

How the Breast Tissue Expander Works

A breast tissue expander is a device that is worn over the breasts as it places tension on them. They have been shown to allow your body to create more breast tissue in a natural way.

It is the tension in the expander that stimulates the breasts to grow additional cells. The end result is – hopefully – a larger breast size for you!

In order for this method to work effectively, you need to wear the tissue expander for several hours each day. Once stimulated, your breast will begin to grow. Because of the pressure and tension that is produced, your breasts will feel as though they are being pulled and will respond by swelling in size.

At first what happens is that your breasts swell up and when you remove the tissue expander they will decrease in size again. However, you need to keep repeating this cycle. Your breasts decrease the moment the pulling feeling has been removed.

Concerns Using Breast Tissue Extenders

Some women worry that this feeling of having your breasts pulled will be painful or uncomfortable. In fact it usually is not. You can associate the feeling with taking off your bra when your breasts are a little tender. The same tenderness you might feel when dealing with your monthly period.

As you keep repeating this process the volume in your breasts will begin to stop decreasing. This happens because new breast tissue starts to appear and replaces the swelling in your breasts.

Tissue expanders are not ugly at all, many look like a nice sports bra. It comes fitted with a small computer device that helps to apply an even tension inside your bra.

Getting Results

It is important to follow the guidelines when using this product. Most manufacturers recommend that you wear your tissue expander for about 10 hours each day. Within 3 to 4 months you will see that your breast size has increased.

So far results are really positive with this method. The results produced are long term ones and most women go for a period of two years before using the expander again. If you are looking for a non invasive breast enhancement method this could be just the solution you are looking for.

My Take

I have not personally tried any breast tissue expanders, so I can not recommend any specific brands nor can I personally vouch for their effectiveness.

With that said, I would recommend using a tested and proven breast serum to go along with it to help the tissue grow and expand.

Random Questions

How long can breast tissue expanders be left in?

Breast tissue expanders are typically worn for about 10 hours each day. Results are usually noticeable within 3 to 4 months of consistent use.

What can go wrong with breast expanders?

Complications are rare but may include discomfort or tenderness during wear. It’s essential to follow manufacturer guidelines for safe and effective use.

Do breast implants feel better than expanders?

Breast implants may feel more natural once inserted, compared to the sensation of tissue expanders, which apply tension to stimulate breast tissue growth.

Do you need to wear a bra with tissue expanders?

Yes, tissue expanders are typically worn within a specialized bra, which applies even tension across the breasts for effective tissue expansion without discomfort.

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