Hello I am 31 years old and I'm going to put silicone 300cc implants the question is: very little if my height is 5'4 and my weight 128 lbs?... am size 34b
What Size of Silicone Should I Bring?
Doctor Answers 6
Which size for you?
Thanks for your question. It's difficult to say without photos. I would say the size mentioned is likely to achieve a solid augmentation. Based on your measurements and weight, the final cup is better determined after performing an examination and your measurements. Best wishes, Dr. Aldo.
The best implant fit will depend on your chest and breast dimensions. You should discuss your desires regarding size with your surgeon. They should be able to help guide you in choosing the best size and implant style or profile for your body. If not, you should seek a second opinion with an American Board of Plastic Surgery certified surgeon.
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Discuss sizes with your Plastic Surgeon. At your consultation, he will give you a range of sizes that will work with your body. He may want you to try on breast implant sizers. This will help you get a better feel for your new look.
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Your plastic surgeon will do his best to get you the result that you desire. Picking implant sizes can be a daunting challenge for the patient but an experienced plastic surgeon should be your most valuable tool. For every choice there is a pro and con. This is an operation that you want to do once, do right and not have to do it over again. All of the implants that you have selected are in the objective range for your body shape. It becomes a matter of preference at this point as to the size. 50 cc difference will not make an incredible difference one way or the other.
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