A Cup to D Cup= 5 Years Post Op ( Double Bay NSW)

Hello girls, So I am writing this review to help...

Hello girls,

So I am writing this review to help perhaps some women out there with concerns of breast augmentation and just to give you a general idea. I had this procedure done when I was 18 years old just two months before my 19th birthday. I had 325 cc put in my left breast and 350cc put in my right breast, I had moderate round silicon implants put in. The reason why there were two different implant put in was due to the fact that I have two different size breasts naturally. So when I was 18 I didn't really think much about the natural look, all I wanted was breasts however I did go to one of the top surgeons in Australia with elite credentials. The surgeon was very cocky of course which was fine and at the time he didn't really explain much to me because i'm sure he thought that I was just going to be one of those women who go in an walk out but I had money and I wanted the procedure. I booked in with him regardless of his attitude because I had seen his work and got in-touch with a previous patient of his to clarify some things. Anyhow when I got out of my surgery I remember being quite weak and unable to walk around that much, I had to lay on my back and not sleep on my sides or my stomach! which is common sense...
I was prescribed some mediation, antibiotic ointment to put on the scar and gauze which I had to change daily a long with two surgical bra's. The first year the implants tend to sit a bit high... which was frustrating at first however it did come down... THANK YOU gravity and now look natural ( unless you wear a push up bra). The stitches were taken out 1 week after the procedure and I was given massage techniques to help with softening the implants which was done for 3 months. I got my Bf who is now my fiance to rub them .. which was his highlight every night ;)
If I could change back the clock and do something different I would of chosen the tear drop implants as I do like the natural look and I feel round implants give the upper pole to much fullness which can be very unnatural looking ( unless of course that's what your going for). It was definitely the best thing I ever did and it helped my self esteem in ways I could only imagine. I am not the type to get them out .. and show off. It was for myself and so I could feel more womanly and I think people need to put that into perspective and stop judging. Women like myself who do go for these procedures aren't all luvos and doing it to gain attention and feel loved by other people. I already had self love and a partner who loved me just the way I am, I merely wanted an enhancement and had the money to do it....end of story.

Before & after 5 years photos

Before & now photos
DR T

5 out of 5 stars Overall rating
2 out of 5 stars Doctor's bedside manner
5 out of 5 stars Answered my questions
5 out of 5 stars After care follow-up
5 out of 5 stars Time spent with me
5 out of 5 stars Phone or email responsiveness
5 out of 5 stars Staff professionalism & courtesy
5 out of 5 stars Payment process
5 out of 5 stars Wait times
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