I have lost an extremely amount of weight. I have no breast left. Use to be a DD, want to be DDD or F. My Dr Say He is Going to Use 400 or 425.
5'3 112lbs Want to Be a DDD or F, How Many Cc Would You Recommend?
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Implant volume and cup size
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How to predict implant size?
As others have already commented, it is difficult to guide you on appropriate implant size without a consultation and physical examination. However, based on your description, you don't appear to be a large woman. One way to look at it is that a 400-425 cc implant will increase you by about 2-3 cup sizes. Keep in mind that cup sizes are variable -- they vary based on chest circumference and bra manufacturer. I usually advise my patients to focus more on "the look" that they desire as opposed to actual cup size. I would suggest that you discuss your goals and expectations with a board certified plastic surgeon! Good luck!
Breast Implant Size
It is impossible to give any advice about what size breast implant you need to achieve your desired breast size without knowing your present chest and breast measurements, including base width and volume. Once these are known you can determine what implants fit your body. Then you can pick one that will give you the size you desire. From your height and weight, even to be as large as your wish, the implants you mention may be too large. Also, since you have lost weight, you may need a breast lift. Without a picture or an exam it is impossible to determine this.
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Without out photos and possibly chest measurements it is impossible to even guess what size you would need. Once those are available would be able to guess but I still would use a temporary sizer in the operating room to see what exact implant to use.
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