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Want a breast augmentation. Will other doctors work with my preference?
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Find the right surgeon.
Far more important than the technique is the skill and experience of your plastic surgeon. Choose your surgeon rather than the technique and let them explain why one technique may be better than another.
See the below link on some suggestions on finding the most qualified Plastic Surgeon for a breast augmentation
Borderline Breast Augmentation
The decision to do an augmentation by itself versus an augmentation with a peri-areolar lift or an augmentation with a lollipop lift is less based on patient preference and more dictated by the nipple position and the ratio between the post-augmented breast volume and the amount of excess skin you have.
The less breast tissue you have, the smaller the implant, the closer the nipples to the breast fold, and the more excess skin you have, the greater the chance you will need a lift and the greater chance you will need a vertical scar to achieve a natural aesthetic outcome.
Assuming your skin quality is good, if you are looking to go up to a DD (or bigger), the additional volume of the implant has the potential to fill out the skin envelope nicely - posssibly eliminating the need for a lift.
A detailed examination will help delineate the best surgical option. Consultation with a surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery would be the next best step.
You can get away without breast lift
Doctors Working with Patient Preferences
Based on the patient’s desired outcomes, your surgeon can suggest the procedure that may best achieve the patient’s goals safely and effectively. It is important that your surgeon provides you with realistic expectations — if the requested procedure is likely to cause complications, is not appropriate for attaining the patient’s goals, or the patient exhibits symptoms of body dysmorphia, it is the surgeon's moral obligation to advise against surgery. I hope this helps!
Refuse to have a lift.
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