Breasts: From A to D [INFOGRAPHIC]
July 30, 2012
Like beauty and fashion, breasts have undergone an evolution over the history of human existence. Much has changed from average breast size to attitudes and breast enhancement materials. It’s hard to imagine a time when women used ox cartilage to augment their chests, but luckily we now have safe, FDA-approved saline and silicone breast implants in the hands of experienced, board-certified plastic surgeons.
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