Prior to my breast augmentation, I was a deflated A cup. At my consultation I told my surgeon that all I wanted was a conservative B cup to replace what I lost during pregnancy and breastfeeding. We settled on the Inamed Style 410 implants, 280grams - 12cm width, 11.7 height and 4.4cm projection. I am now measuring a D cup (way too big for me) and I also find them to be too firm.
I believe that it is the somewhat higher overall profile of these implants that give more bang for the buck with these implants. For my downsize re-do, we have settled on the Mentor Round Moderate Profile Silicone implants - 200ccs, 11.7 diameter with 2.5cm projection. Although I'm only going down 80ccs/grams, will the difference in projection give me a the noticeable or visible decrease in size that I'm hoping for? Also, will these Mentor Round Silicones be softer than the Gummy Anatomicals? Thanks in advance.