I have lost about 60lbs and although I know i'm still over weight I'm comfortable with myself the way I am now; so I am wanting to get breast implants. I'm a small B cup right now and would like to be a large D cup I'm not looking for the "Porn Star" look I just want something that will look good and natural on me. Would 550 CC Give me the look i'm looking for? I have posted a photo of my measurements and a photo of myself with all my padded bras on that's the look i'm going for.
I'm 5'2 170lbs what CC's should I get to be a large D cup? (photo)
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Dr. Kimberly Henry
Hello, thank you for your question! This is definitely possible for you, but the best size for your body will probably be determined in the OR; 550's might be fine, but, because of your weight loss (that usually results in looser skin) you might need 700's that are high profile. It really depends on your physical characteristics.
Thank you for your question. To get the best answer to your question you should make a consultation appointment with a board certified Plastic Surgeon. That way you can get the best size and look for your frame.
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