Height157cm/justUnder5.2ftDimensionsBeforeBAChest30in/76cmUnderBreast 27in/68.5cmWaist JustUnder25in/63cmHips33in. Melbourne, AU
Hi real selfers, I am a petite mother of 4...
My first Boob job dream!
Keeping it on the downlow....
I have also decided that I will be very selective with who shares this information- family a definite no no!! And only friends that show no inkling of negativity!! It is a tough journey to go on and I down want any bad vibe clouding up what is an exciting time.....even though I am not sure how long this journey will be..
Polyurethane Foam Covered Silicone Tear Drop Implants AKA Furry Brazillians
I am now thinking that the furry Brazillian implant will be more
suited to my body shape... (No boob or boob tissue at all...) but this
can only be done via incisions under the breast.
I initially wanted the trans-auxiliary because there is no noticeable scar under the breast this way but the furry's sound like a safer option....and more expensive...of course..
Because I have such little breast tissue I feel that this year drop style would be best for giving a natural boob slope.. It also appears to indicate that there is a much lower change of capsular contracture (which of course is one of the main issues us girlies are trying to avoid)
But my thing was that because I am half Asian and have in the past had problems with keloid scarring-on my chest from chicken pox I wanted to obviously avoid the incision on the torso...
So what is the best option? I am now leaning towards the furry's because of lower incidence of CC. Still haven't had a consult yet so have to wait for that and see what is recommended for me..
Think I've Gone off the Furry Brazillians Aka Textured Implants
I am feverishly reading as much as I can and have come across some articles that indicate that textured implants can harbour 70% more bugs on heir lining due to the texture and when removed can be more difficult to separate if an explant is required at some point...
So am still thinking about everything, from trying to work out how much natural tissue I will lose from the augmentation, to what can be lost if I have cc and how much is usually removed with the explant...
Really trying to get as much info as I can to be prepared with questions...
First consult booked!!
Any ladies here have their BA done with him? I'd love to hear your experiences!
His first available consult isn't till 23 Aug 2016 but I'm locked in!
So weird to be going in and showing someone my body and getting sized up in such a way... No nerves yet-too far away for that! But I know they'll come!
So ladies, I have to start thinking about questions-any hot tips? Questions you think should be on my list?
I'm hiding under the Doona at 11:25 pm while hubby sleeps and I listen to Rufus' latest album talking to you...about boobs!
Best try to sleep!
Nighty nights ladies!
Hi, tomorrow morning I am going to visit and chat...
Hi, tomorrow morning I am going to visit and chat with the first surgeon about my boobs!
It's late notice but does anyone have any recommendations on what I shld be asking! I have some questions already prepared of course, but maybe I have missed some! I'm not nervous or particularly excited, I think because I know I can't get it done for 3-6 months anyway... But in saying that I do have my outfit ready to wear (no bra lol) It is first thing in the morning at 8 am near the city which is a pain in regards to peak hour traffic, but am planning to leave 1-1.5 hrs beforehand so I am not late if there is traffic issues. Hope everyone is having a great day! :-)
First consultation done and dusted!
Mentor round smooth silicone implants..
I found Richard's disposition to be very amiable. He firstly,after introductions, took all photos including those with the vectra 3D imagining machine.
How cool is that get up?!
Richard went through everything thoroughly and I pretty much didn't have to ask any questions! Richard did comment on how well versed I already was on what to expect. :-) ~ I like to be prepared ;-)
When I had watched the Keller funnel trailer on YouTube I noticed that the implant was handled a few times and this was one thing I brought up as it was niggling me (seeing I will be asleep and cannot oversee my surgery lol) Richard reassured me that no one would be handling the implant and that his nurse would open and tip the prosthesis straight into the funnel from its sterile packaging.
Richard also gave me a bit of a run down of how the procedure would be done.
Firstly using anti bacterial solution over the whole area, then covering the my nipples to keep them out of the sterile field.
Then making the incision in both breasts at the inframammary site-fold of the breast then making a pocket in one breast placing a antibacterial pack into the pocket and leave for around 20/30 minutes, then do the same to the other breast. Make sure there in no excess bleeding change gloves and then insert the implants with the Keller funnel and suture me up!
This is essentially what I should expect.
So the only thing that I was concerned with was the scarring of the suture line-I saw some of his other patients post surgery and they looked a bit bulky... I will talk to him about it another time.
I do not need to have any other consults I am able to just make a booking as long as I give 4 weeks notice.
Now to save the 10000 AUD!!!
Weight and recommended implant size
The recommended implants mentor moderate profile 300cc
Hope this helps others of similar shape!