Will going from 200cc implant to 275cc be a noticeable change?
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Larger Implant Size
An increase in only 75cc is very minimal and not all that significant. If you would like to be larger, I would recommend an increase in implant size by at least 150-200 or greater. I would recommend an in-office examination as well as a detailed discussion with a board certified Plastic Surgeon whom you feel comfortable with.
Harvard Educated, Miami Beach and Beverly Hills Trained Double Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
100 to 150 cc increase to see implant size change
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Sorry you are unhappy with your presnt size. 200cc's are small implants but of course it depends on what you started with and the size of your rib cage. Increasing by 75cc's willnot usually improve your appearance. When women are unhappy with their current implants, I use at least a 100-150cc larger implant to obtain the look they desire.
I would have to examine you to see if your skin has stretched and if your breast pocket can accomodate the new larger implants.
Best of luck with your decision.
Change in implant size
WHAT IS A NOTICEABLE CHANGE
It is not worth It .
280cc is one cup size
Your eye will only recognize increments of 100cc minimum
Will Going From 200ccs to 275ccs Make A Noticeable Difference?
In your narrative, you stated that you are much larger than some of the other women depicted on RealSelf. From that, I deduce that you are not petite. I truly understand your frustration at having both a larger chest and smaller base width on your existing breasts.
Obviously, your plastic surgeon did a good job on the augmentation that you are now wanting to enlarge. You may want to speak to him or her about the possibility of having an intermediate step where you put in a tissue expander which will increase the size of the pocket and allow your plastic surgeon to put in, safely, a larger implant.
This tissue expander is not inexpensive and is also time consuming. However, it gives you another talking point to discuss with your Board Certified plastic surgeon.
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