First consultation. I think the result will be too small for my high and shape so i need advises. (photos)
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Breast size and shape
Breast Implant Surgery Demands Good Patient-Doctor Communications
You must have a good rapport with a surgeon to achieve your cosmetic goals. For this reason, you may have to talk with at least 2-3 doctors to choose who among them you're comfortable with and trust deeply.
Your doctor must be able to explain to you in layman's term the pros and cons of breast implant types (saline vs. silicone), different sizes, outer shell (smooth vs. textured), and shape (round vs. teardrop). To further improve communications, a good surgeon will use every available tool that will allow his patient to preview the likely results of the surgery.
Examples of these tools include implant sizers, rice test, 3D computer imaging technology, photo gallery of previous patients, etc.
I hope that helps and good luck.
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Breast implants - Shaped or round - what volume?
Your breasts will have a naturally augmented look if you select the right implant. A natural aesthetic breast tends to have a gentle slope in the upper part, peaking at the nipple and a rounded lower part of the breast. This can be achieved by using a natural shaped or anatomical shaped or tear drop shaped implant. These are implants that taper towards the top (towards your collar bone, on your chest) and are fuller at the bottom (towards your abdomen), giving the breast a more natural shape. A large implant can result in a rounded appearance in the upper pole, rather than a gentle slope. But if this is what you desire, then this is what you may need to go for.
An anatomical profile or tear drop profile or shaped implant can potentially rotate, but this is dependent on the technique and when properly done, this is not usually an issue. On the other hand, round implants are uniformly round and full in all directions, so rotation doesn't affect the shape of the breast.
Whilst it is nice to have larger boobs, it is equally important for them to look as natural as possible. As a general rule, the larger the implant, the harder it is to hide them. One should also take in to account the weight of the implants. The larger the implants, the heavier they will be and this can have adverse effects on your breast envelope. The breast can end up being droopy with a stretched skin envelope in future if the implants are heavy. This may necessitate reducing the volume of the implant and doing a breast uplift procedure in future.
The final result is a combination of what you have and the implant shape and size. With individuals who have little breast tissue, wanting a natural result, a shaped implant may be more appropriate. With patients having some volume of their own or wanting a full result, one of the ranges of round implants may be required.
Your surgeon should be able to advise, having understood your wishes and examined you.
Go back and re-discuss matters or seek a second opinion.
First consultation. I think the result will be too small for my high and shape so i need advises.
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