July 19, 2003 12:31pm
Dancers & Breast Augmentation Question for AINews
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Rose Garten
Rose Garten here to answer a question sent in by a reader. Here is her email and my reply follows:
jenilee at [redacted]@aol.com wrote the following....
i need to know where the dancers get there breast surgery done and i need the cheapest one
Steve Nelson, the editor of AINews sent your question to me about where dancers get breast augmentation and the question of cost.
Exotic dancers/strippers know the difference between a good "boob job" and a bad one. We see so many of both in this industry.
As far as the question of cost---it is hard to determine because I know very little about "the type" of surgery you will need to be happy with the result.
Breast augmentation is a personal choice, and one that is best discussed with a plastic surgeon through what is referred to as a consultation.
My suggestion is that you do as much research as you possibly can about breast augmentation. Here is a website that will help you with that information---I know several women that have found this website very helpful and consider it one of the best: ImplantInfo.com
At ImplantInfo.com you may view before and after photos posted by surgeons or private individuals, find a plastic surgeon in your area, read stories posted by the women that have had the surgery, and also find information about financing your surgery. How's that for convenience? (*I guess that's why I love, love, love this website.)
It's not really a question about dancers and breast surgery and where they get a boob job---unless you are talking about some of the feature dancers that get breasts that are the size of basketballs.(***Please don't consider those!) I personally know a lot of the women that had that done---and most have gone through hell with back problems and reductions 5 and 10 years down the road.
And the cost... remember financing the surgery is possible. I wouldn't try to find the "cheapest one." You need to concentrate on the best surgeon for the job. Your health and well-being are the most important when it comes down to it.
I'm wishing you the best. Please let me know how this works out for you. Take care.