Will a breast implant work for me ? (photos)

I'm currently a 12d and I'm happy with my nipple placement and really really DO NOT want a lift all I want to do is add upper pole fullness and size I have uploaded two photos of my breasts and a photo of my dream boobs ... Please keep in mind how against a lift I am I do not want the scars ... I don't mind the asymmetry in my breasts either.

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Yes

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If you don't mind the sagging and want bigger breasts then yes breast implants will be good for you.  You don't seem to have enough fat to  do fat transfer therefore I don't think fat transfer will get you the size you are looking for.  

You will benefit from Breast Fat Fill

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Hi. You will be an ideal candidate for Breast Fat Fill if you are prefer no scars. You can go for an autologous fat transfer of 350 - 500 cc. Some amount of fat is expected to get absorbed. If you want to augment it further, you can go for a 2nd session of Autologous Fat Transfer or Fat Fill. 

Breast Lift Technique with the Least Scarring

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There are a variety of techniques for a #BreastLift: Lollipop lift (vertical lift), donut (periareola) lift, Benelli lift, crescent lift, anchor lift (inverted T ). I prefer to use the short scar technique, “#lollipop scar” or “#donut lift” rather than the majority of surgeons in the United States that use an anchor pattern lift which involve more significant #scarring. Although the “anchor-shape” or inverted “T” incision is still more popular in the United States, it represents an older technique with extensive #scarring and a less optimal result in many cases.

The insertion of an #implant as well, may be advisable to restore superior fullness, which is lost with weight loss; despite the rest of the breast being overly large. Fat grafting can be used instead of implants to improve the contours of the breast if your surgeon feels you are a candidate.

Scar therapy with #scar maturation products (e.g. BioCorneum or Embrace) is recommended for the best scar and can be started a few weeks following your surgery. Concerns pertaining to your personal #healing should always be discussed with your surgeon.

Volume can be added and if you consider...

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that these photos are being taken "looking up" towards the subject, it will mask the descent of the breasts.  So you would not "need" a lift, but you may also note that your breasts will be larger, heavier, and descend as gravity is physics and will win out everytime. (except when a contracture forms)

Will a breast implant work for me?

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Thank you for your question and photos.  I understand you don't want the scars, however, an implant, which will give you upper pole fullness may make your nipples appear lower because of it.  Find a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in your area.

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