There are multiple reasons that female patients want to get breast implants placed in the body. They might want to achieve the breast augmentation they have always dreamed about, or they might want to have breast implants as part of a breast reconstruction procedure. There is also the reason shared by a Christian influencer who recently had breast implant surgery that took the procedure a step further than most patients. She shared the news that her breast implants are filled with holy water.
Emma Antebellum is a Christian influencer who recently got the attention of the public with the news about her breast implants, According to Emma, her breasts are “filled with the Holy Spirit.”
What does this mean and did this really happen?
While Cosmetic Town News is still researching whether this story is real or some elaborate TikTok prank, it is still our mission to share the latest cosmetic surgery news with you and Emma’s claim has definitely made news.
Emma told her fans that the inspiration for getting breast implants came while she was reading 1 Corinthians 6:19-20. This portion of the Bible says, “Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your bodies.”
Emma Antebellum went on to say, “Honoring Jesus with my body means to me going from a B-cup to a D-cup. And you know what? Just as Jesus bought my soul my super fans purchased these implants. I am so blessed.”
According to Emma, the water in her breast implants were blessed by a priest and the actual water came from the Sea of Galilee. This is a freshwater lake where Jesus was reported to have walked on water, fed the hungry masses with some fish and loaves, and also where he was baptized by John the Baptist.
When asked about Emma Antebellum and her breast implant news, many of her male followers seemed to support her breast augmentation decision. On the other hand, her female fans seemed to have a more lukewarm response to the revelation about the breast implants.
Whether the above story is real (or not), the decision to have breast implants placed in the body is one that is made by many patients each year because they want to make a change to the appearance of their breasts.
Breast augmentation enhances the shape and size of the breasts and breast implants are placed under the chest muscles or behind the existing breast tissue. Breast implants are filled with either silicone or saline which is sterile salt water or, in the case of Emma Antebellum, holy water from the Sea of Galilee.
Saline implants are placed in the body while they are deflated. They can be rolled up and inserted into the breast pocket created for the surgery. Once they are in the breast pocket, they are filled with the necessary amount of saline to provide the desired augmentation. Silicone implants are already prefilled by the manufacturer so they are placed in the targeted area in the breasts without having to be filled by the surgeon. There are also silicone breast implants known as “gummy bear” implants and they are filled with a cohesive gel that is thicker than traditional silicone used in breast implants.
Once the breast implant of choice has been placed in the body, the incision is sutured closed by the surgeon. Breast implants are able to provide an improved aesthetic appearance and balance to breasts that are asymmetrical in appearance. They also give an enhanced size and volume to breasts that are naturally small in size and they also result in a fuller and more voluptuous look to the body.
Ideal candidates are women who want to augment and improve the size or look of their breasts. In general, patients must be twenty-two years of age or older but there are some instances of saline breast implants being placed in female patients starting at the age of eighteen. It is not a recommended procedure for women who are either pregnant or breastfeeding.
Patents need to schedule a consultation appointment with their doctor of choice so the surgeon can determine if they are an ideal candidate for the procedure. They also need to be prepared to experience some pain in the targeted area for a few days as well as limiting their movements after the procedure. On average, breast implants can last anywhere from ten to twenty years before they need to be replaced. During the consultation appointment, the surgeon can answer any questions the patient has about the procedure.