Very nervous about breast augmentation - wanting children soon but also want bigger breasts now?
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Pregnancy after breast augmentation isn’t a problem.
Breast augmentation sizing and timing
This is something we offer for no charge at our Clinic and it will show you how you will look with a variety of different size and shape implants in 3-D.
Good luck if you do decide to proceed with surgery.
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nervous about breast augmentation
Thank you for your question. Selecting an implant based on your breast dimensions and placement of the implant under the muscle (dual plane) will optimize your chances for a natural result. Be sure to go over your concerns with your surgeon. Good luck.
Natural Breast Augmentation
Thank you for your question. Many patients, like you, want to achieve a fuller, but natural appearance with Breast Augmentation. Generally speaking, implants that are positioned behind the pectoral muscle (subpectoral/submuscular) tend to look more natural because they are hidden more by both muscle and breast tissue. Placing the implants under the breast itself (submammary) gives a rounder “faker-looking” breast augmentation. It’s important that if a submammary pocket is chosen¸ that you have enough upper breast tissue to cover the implant properly so that you don’t see an obvious upper edge to the implant.
Dimensional Augmentation uses specific breast measurements and takes into account your existing tissue, your frame and your desired look when planning surgery. My patients find it helpful to try on the implant sizers with a form-fitting T-Shirt in order to get an idea of what they will look like. I recommend that you discuss your goals and concerns with a board certified Plastic Surgeon in your area.
All the best
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