Am I too thin for a breast augmentation? (Photo)
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Am I too thin for breast augmentation?
I actually think you could have a great result from breast augmentation.
It will be important to discuss with your Surgeon of choice the type of implant, placement &size. Expect a reasonable explanation why your surgeon recommends his approach specific for you.
This may lead to an excellent rather than just a "good" result
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Am I too thin for a breast augmentation?
Too thin for a breast augmentation?
You are not too thin to have a breast augmentation. You have a nice breast shape and I think you would be happy with your post-op look. I recommend that you consult with one or more board certified Plastic Surgeons. You will be able to try on different implant shapes and sizes in the office to find the one that works best for you. Some offices, like mine, also offer the Vectra 3D imaging system as an additional tool to use in choosing a size.
You would do great with breast augmentation
I hope this helps!
Dr. Sean Kelishadi
Too thin for BA Surgery
Best of luck.
Benjamin J. Cousins M.D.
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Too thin for breast augmentation?
When thin is to thin... for breast augmentation
You seem a great candidate for breast augmentation. to prevent implant rippling or a fake looking augmentation you should aim for a smaller implant below the muscle. this will pad the superior portion of the breast giving you a more natural look. A C cup should be a good size for you.
Finally, make sure that you have a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon.
Wishing you the best in your journey
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