After all of your advice and a few consultations, I have decided to do a full anchor lift with implants. I have found a doctor that I like, unfortunately he is out of town, so I had a consult via skype. My main concern is implant size, I really had my heart set on 800ccs before I decided to do the lift. I know i can't put in something that large, but I'm hoping for at least 650ccs, is that possible?? I was a large d before kids, now a small c.
Implant size? (photos)
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Hi KPerry,Thanks for your question and photo. It certainly is possible without a physical exam, it is difficult to tell what you would or what would look good. There are different profile implants. If you want an implant that big, you may not need a full scar breast lift but again it depends on your anatomy and not anyone else's. Be patient. You want a GREAT result that will fit your body and not damage your tissues in order to squeeze a large implant when one does not fit. Good Luck!
All the best,
Carlos Mata MD, MBA, FACS
#breastaugmentation #breastlfitBoard Certified Plastic Surgeon
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Dean Vistnes, M.D. Vistnes Plastic Surgery San Francisco Bay Area #drdeanvistnes #breastaugmentation
Thank you for your question. Breast implant selection is an important process and requires good communication between you and your surgeon. Typically, breast measurements are initially obtained to provide an initial guide to implants appropriate for your chest. It's then advised that you try different sizers in a normal bra with a tight t-shirt to get an idea of what your breasts would look like. It's important to focus on the look that you want instead of a specific cup size or implant size. Be sure to consult with an experienced board certified plastic surgeon. Good luck!
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