Hi, I am 24, 5ft, 123lbs. I am 4 days post-op. I got 540cc saline, under, crease, with high profile. My bwd is 13. Ribcage is 30. My goal is to be in the DD (very large) range. I know it is hard to form a decision because everyone is different but I just want to have an idea if I'll be close to my "goal size."
Will 540cc Get Me to a DD Cup? (Photos)
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Breast Augmentation - Will 540cc Get Me to a DD Cup?
That's probably about right.
Of course, bra sizes range a lot from manufacturer to manufacturer, and even from style to style. The only way to find out for sure is to try on a specific bra and see if that's the right size for you. My guess is that you will be a DD, but you might be smaller than that in some bras and larger in others. And you'll wind up with a larger cup size if you go to smaller chest size, though that might not necessarily be the right "fit."
What really matters is that you wind up with a size and shape that you like and, based on the photos you've posted, I'm assuming that that is the case for you...so you can be congratulated!
I hope that this helps, and good luck,
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Will I achieve my desired size?
It is too early to tell, but I imagine that you will be very large. At your height and weight, any implant over 500 cc's is a large implant. I would encourage you not to "fixate" too much on your final size. As you know, different bras from different designers have variable cup sizes. While you may be a DD in one specific bra, another type of bra with a D cup may fit you. Try to enjoy your overall shape, size, and look--rather than only worry about whether you will have a DD. Good luck.
A double-D with 540cc breast implants
Cup size is hard to predict, as is breast augmentation by the numbers. Our guess however is that if you began with a full B then the 540cc does have a reasonable chance to hit your goal. If the you like the look, the size also can be irrelevant.
Best of luck,
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Breast Size after breast augmentation
It is very important to communicate your size goals with your surgeon. In my practice, the use of photographs of “goal” pictures (and breasts that are too big or too small) is very helpful. I have found that the use of words such as “natural” or “C cup” or "fake looking" means different things to different people and therefore prove unhelpful.
Also, as you know, cup size varies depending on who makes the bra; therefore, discussing desired cup size may also be inaccurate.
I use intraoperative sizers and place the patient in the upright position to evaluate breast size. Use of these sizers also allow me to select the press implant profile (low, moderate, moderate plus, high-profile) that would most likely achieve the patient's goals. The patient's goal pictures are hanging on the wall, and allow for direct comparison.
I have found that this system is very helpful in improving the chances of achieving the patient's goals as consistently as possible.
By the way, the most common regret after this operation, is “I wish I was bigger”.
I hope this helps.
Bra size after implants
The only way to tell what size you will be is to wait until all the swelling is gone--which will be at least several months. And even then the cup size will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. But with 540cc implants you could probably not have gone much, if any, bigger. So if you want to be larger, you would need another procedure after your skin has had a chance to stretch out and get used to its new size and shape. This is called a staged procedure when more than one surgery is necessary to achieve your desired result. But remember that the bigger you are, the more gravity will pull and the more droopiness you are likely to have. Good luck.
The actual cup size varies tremendously depending on the manufacturer. By your pictures I would say that you will most likely be at least a D cup. However, please look in the mirror and listen to your friends. Chasing a theoretical letter of the alphabet is not in your best interest. I would say now you are at the top of the range for a reasonable breast augmentation.
All the best,
Talmage J. Raine MD FACS
Breast Augmentation and Cup Size
As you may have learned, most plastic surgeon try to stay away from exact cup size predictions. Although it is natural to want to talk about cup size because it gives us a ready vocabulary to talk about breast size, it is at best a range of breast sizes and it is too dependent on the differences between bra manufacturers. A D-cup at Victoria's Secret will probably be a C-cup at J.C Penneys. Based on your photos, I would predict that you will end up as what most would consider to be a DD-cup. At this point, I would recommend that you stop worrying about cup size. Give it a few months for the implants to settle and if you are happy with how you look, then your breast augmentation has been a success.
Concern about cup size 4 days after surgery
You are still very early yet and have a lot of swelling so it would be hard to judge your cup size at present even with the photos. Nevertheless, you appear to be quite large and probably would fit into a DD of some company's bras though this is not a standardized quantity.
The important issue for you should be the appearance and relative proportionality relationship as opposed to a more arbitrary cup size
Breast augmentation and DD cup
You will have a significant change in the size and shape of your breast. The high-profile implant should give A natural appearing augmentation with good projection.
If you tried this size implant for the surgery and like the look you should have a similar look after surgery.
The other thing to remember is that the larger the implant the heavier the implant, the more will stretch the skin and over time you'll have more breast ptosis.
It may take 2 to 3 months free get the final look of the augmentation so don't worry and enjoy augmentation.
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