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What To Do If You Want Breast Augmentation But You're Unsure Of Size


Are you wanting to get breast implants, but you don't know what size will work best for you? If this is the scenario you are faced with, you don't have to give up on getting your breasts enhanced, but you may want to hold off on getting any cosmetic work done until you have found a size that will work best for you.

Here are things you should do if you want breast augmentation but you are unsure of the breast size you want. Remember: breast implants can always be taken out and changed, but this in turn causes more scar tissue and requires more money and recovery, so you want to make sure you pick the ideal breast size for you in the first place.

Talk to your plastic surgeon

The first thing you should do if you don't know what size breast implants you want is to talk to your plastic surgeon. Your plastic surgeon will be there to assist you in selecting the best size implant for your needs based on the current condition and size of your breasts, whether you are getting a breast lift or other work done in addition to the implants, and even your overall stature.

You can hold an implant in your hand to get an idea of its size, and your plastic surgeon can even allow you to wear an implant inside your bra so you can see what the overall effect will be for your body, and you can even compare a few different sized implants at once as well. Your plastic surgeon can give you advice for what they think will be a healthy implant, but the final decision is ultimately up to you.

Have healthy expectations

Plastic surgeons will use their medical discretion to decide whether or not to do a certain sized implant on their patients, and they will also not do a surgery if their patients appear to have overly robust expectations or if they are otherwise unhealthy physically or mentally. You have to have healthy expectations as to what breast implants can do to and for you as well as have healthy expectations for the results of your implants regarding size. If you have no clue about what size of implant you want because you want to go very large or you are unsure you want implants at all, your plastic surgeon will guide you as much as they can while encouraging you to make healthy decisions. It's always best to wait until a confident decision has been made about getting breast implants than it is to get them and then wish you had chosen a different size.


25 February 2020