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Plastic surgeon hoping to soon offer temporary 'vacation breasts' for patients

A plastic surgeon in New York is giving clients the opportunity to test out "Insta breasts" before buying the real, fake thing.

Currently, Dr. Norman Rowe injects a saline solution into patients that lasts 24 hours, to let them get the feel of what it's like to have actual implants. Rowe told ABC News that he's had clients come back for injections a second time, still unsure if they're ready for the commitment. "You can use 3D imaging and put implants in bras, but it's another thing to see what the weight will actually feel like and what it will be like to live with the new breasts," he said.

Now, Rowe wants to come up with an even longer test drive — two to three weeks — so people can spend more than just a day with their potential new breasts, or have them temporarily for special occasions, like weddings and vacations. He's hoping to have this new technology ready within two years, and expects there will be no downtime. Rowe's not stopping at just breasts, either. Vacation augmentation "could be used for more," he said. "Men might want to use it for pec or calf implants."