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Not Sure If You Want a "D" Cup? How To Make Breast Implant "Sizers" at Home [Video]

  • Varci Vartanian
  • 10 months ago

The choice between a full "C" or a "DD" undoubtedly involves heavy deliberation.   To de-stress this decision, the practice of Denver-based plastic surgeon, Dr. Nick Slenkovich, created this simple how-to video on making breast implant "sizers". 

So, with the help of white rice, pantyhose, a sports bra and some measuring cups -- you may be able to get a ballpark idea of what 350 cc's (or a little more) looks like on you.

Have more questions about picking the right size in breast implants? Read doctor answers below:

Is 350 cc or 400 cc Good for Me?

Am 5'2" and Am a 36C -- is 225cc a Good Size?

What is an Appropriate Size for My Petite Frame?

What Size & Profile Implant Should I Choose for a Natural Look?

Video Credit: Colorado Plastic Surgery Center
 

Are YOU trying to choose what breast implant size is best for you? Share your experience here!

 

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Yessss!! Rice sizerss just what i need :)
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I'm 5'5" and was a 34B. Small framed though I do weigh 135. I went with the 533cc high profile silicone under the muscle and love them! Initially thought they would be too large but so glad I went with that size! I'm a 36 DD now!
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This is a great idea! Surgeons are more frequently suggesting women experiment with rice sizers. They can be helpful in finding a general size based on the look and feel of the sizer. Let us know how many cc's you liked!

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I did this and I am no where near as big as i thought i would be based on the rice sizers. I have 375cc under the muscle and really wished i had gone bigger.
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I have heard that going under the muscle can make a slight difference but each person is different that I usually suggest checking with your PS. Do you feel like you're completely healed and have your final results?

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i think i pretty much am at my final result. I'm 2 months post op now.
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Thank you for sharing your experience here. Perhaps you can go a bit bigger when you have your implants replaced in the future. You may also want to share your story in your own personal review. 

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