Will I look fine in a bikini? How many cc should I have? (Photo)
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Thanks for submitting your pictures and your goal pictures. From observing your pictures you appear to be a small A cup with left breast bigger than right breast and from observing your goal pictures it appears that you'd like to be a small C cup. You did not provide your chest circumference measurement, but, let's assume that you are 34 small A cup . To become a 34 small C cup you'll need a volume of 300cc and for a full C cup you will need 425cc. The 500 cc implants that was suggested to you will bring to a 34 D cup. Based on that information , you will have to decide if you feel comfortable in a bikini with a D cup. Nobody can make that decision for you but yourself. Always, consult with board certified plastic surgeons and check their before and after pictures to make sure that you like their results.
Best of luck,
Breast Implant size
important, sizing works great in combo with it. I do feel that 500 cc base on your size will give you an unnatural appearance. So if you feel that you don't want that , then I would consider a smaller size. At least go back to your plastic surgeon and try on the sizing system again. Best wishes.
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Will I look fine in a bikini? How many cc should I have?
500 cc breast implants are too large for the appearance you want in a bikini
Generally speaking based on your body measurements and photographs 350-400 cc is the maximum I personally would use give you a full C cup that would still look natural and a bikini top.
This of course is just my personal opinion and you should discuss your exact details and goals carefully with your plastic surgeon.
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