How Many Cc's is a C Cup?


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Cc's and "C" cup

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There is no set determination of this because it relly depends upon the individual that you place them into and how their body displaces the implants.  Figure in general about 150-200/cup size give or take.


Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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Predicting cup size after breast augmentation

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There is NO way to predict your cup size after breast augmentation, as other surgeons have noted.  My best advice and the one which has worked very well, is to try implants which FIT your chest dimensions and look at yourself in front of the mirror.  This is the only way to ensure a natural look and an implant which is proportional to your body. 

Michael A. Jazayeri, MD
Santa Ana Plastic Surgeon
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Cc's is a c cup

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It depends upon the size of the breast you have. 200 cc's can become a C cup or it might take 450 cc's to accomplish that.  Best of luck seek in person evaluations.

Darryl J. Blinski, MD
Miami Plastic Surgeon
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Implant Sizing

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There is no definite volume for any bra cup size.  A 34C is the same cup size as a 36B.  There is also a wide variation among manufacturers.  Rather than fixating on implant sizes, try the implants on and you can see the difference in volume that you can expect.

John Whitt, MD
Louisville Plastic Surgeon
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Breast implant cup size and sizing

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A  C cup will vary on a 32 versus a 40 chest and so there is no definitve answer for this. Typically, going up a size in cup will vary from 150-200cc but this is only an estimate. Commonly speaking, on average it takes about a 350cc implant to take the average A cup to a C cup. However, I have had patients go up to a D and others remain a B cup, so there are no hard and fast rules. Your best bet is to try a sizer,

Otto Joseph Placik, MD
Chicago Plastic Surgeon
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