I am in the interviewing stage of doctors for a breast augmentation (this is a 180 for me in terms of even considering one, so, yeah for me). ME: I am 41 years old, 1 child, fit (120 lbs., 5' 5"). I barely fit a b cup. So, I'm looking for something natural - my friends will obviously know I got work done, but when someone meets me for the first time, I want them to be like, hmmm... did she? Not for mystique, just for the simple matter of wanting it to look like the size fits my frame.So, I'm interviewing the following doctors - Stagnone, Wilcox, Haddock, Pin, Hackney - Friedman is on the list, but the first consultation isn't until August 24 and I would like to actually be in recovery mode by the time school starts. I know I can look up the reviews on all of the above, I was just looking for some odds and ends that this community may be able to fill in the blanks for me, side notes that aren't on the reviews.With Stagnone, I really felt comfortable but I know I need to delve deeper even though right now I'm trusting my gut (boob) instinct. My limited time frame and excitement may be influencing the instinct to jump in asap.As far as size, tried on a 350cc high profile. It looked good, didn't feel like my breasts were entering the room before me. I'm wondering if high profile or moderate plus is the way to go - I have what I learned is very little 'upper pole'. My husband is thinking that a softer look will accentuate it if I was to gain a few pounds after surgery, or if that will make a difference. I'm open to your experiences and advice, ladies. I'm glad I found this forum.