I am considering getting 350 cc High Profile silicone under the muscle. Do you think that will look natural?
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350 cc implants
Implant volume and cup size
Gary Horndeski, M.D.
Will a 350 cc HIgh Profile implant make me look natural?
A 350 cc implant will probably put you in a small C cup bra, but bra companies have not truly standardized cup sizes, so just go for what looks good. Have your PS place sizers in a bra and then put on a T-shirt. Choose the size you like. The profile will have to be decided by your PS according to the width of your breast related to the implant size, but HIgh Profile sounds about right.
I suggest the submuscular implant location, which will hide the rim of the implants. Yes, a 350 cc is not too large to look natural. However, tell your PS that it's it's important to you for your breasts to look natural. Some patient actually don't want that.
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The most important and predictable way to select your implants' size is based on your chest and breasts circumference measurement. If you are indeed 34 small A cup, to become a 34 C cup, you will need implants with a volume of, roughly, 375 cc. To get a natural look you do not need high profile implant. I would recommend smooth, round moderate profile saline implant that can be inserted through a small incision in the sub areola line ( gel implants requirs long incision in the submammary fold which is not scar friendly ) . This approach allows for easier implant's pocket dissection, creation of very nice cleavage and precise sub mammary fold. This will give you a very natural and attractive result. Always, consult with board certified plastic surgeons who operate in accredited surgey center for your safety. Check the before and after pictures to make sure that they are numerous, consistent and you like them. Check also the reviews for positive patients experience.
Best of luck,
Consider 3-D imaging to assess the implant size you desire.
Right size implant for my frame
The most important factor in determining implant size, is what does the patient want to look like after surgery.
I have elected to use an actual sizing system with specialized implants that mimic the postoperative result look and feel! 3D imaging systems only estimate how a patient will look after surgery, but actually wearing the desired result can be much more informative to the patient.
I take time to determine a size that absolutely thrills the patient. THEN, we go up a size, just to make sure they don't like that size even more! The biggest regret many women complained of in the past after a breast augmentation is that they didn't go larger. By ultimately finding a size the patient determines to be too big, then going down to the size below that, the patient won't have self doubt about her decision months or years later.