30 AA/ pregnancy/ breastfed/ chest width: 9.5 cm./ waist: 24 in./hips: 32 in./height: 5' 6"./ weight: 108 lbs./ chest size: 28 in./BA in 1997. 450 cc saline implants-too big hated them! BA Removal in 2003. Want ones that look really attractive on me- not big rocks! want softest feel/ look- hoping for small C/large B. The look is what is important to me-not the size as much. I do not want to go to big again! I want to look as "natural" and sexy as possible! To feel more attractive and confident.
HP or Mod+ for ME? Silicone Round or Teardrop? Dr. Said 213cc Mod+ or 280cc HP Max? HP Look Too Projected and Fake on Me?
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Skin resection may be necessary
Picking the right size
is facilitated by either 3D imaging or using external sizers. I prefer the latter as it helps you appreciate your size in real life and is quite accurate in my hands when picking a size. You know where you came from so you should have a better ability to select what you want this time.
Choosing the right implant
I think that choosing the right implant is critical and the only way to do so is by having a consultation and exam with a plastic surgeon.
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An examination with an experienced plastic surgeon is what you need.
All things considered, a moderate plus profile implant will look flatter and softer in appearance. In fact, it may be a necessity to fill-in the wi of your chest given your past implants.
The smaller the implant, the softer the result. However, it can also create some issues with tissue sagging and looseness.
Teardrop shaped implants are a big no-no for re-augmentation cases.
Hope this helps and best of luck.
Breast implant size
The difference in projection between a moderate plus and high profile in the volume ranges you are considering are only a few millimeters. Your chest width measurements are the key to selecting an appropriate size. Without examining you, I would say the range is appropriate, but due to what I expect is minimal soft tissue remaining, I would recommend silicone in the low to mid 200's range.
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