Dr. Nicholas Husni: It is possible, but I'd say it would not be a wise decision for the patient. You have to pick an implant that fits on your body frame. For me, the starting point for an augmentation consult is really mathematical. We take measurements of the patients torso and of the breast and we suggest an implant size that will comfortably fit within the patients dimensions and look natural. And that's just the starting point though. We can negotiate up or down from there. But you really don't want your breasts to be entering a room before you do, so I strongly caution patients to keep it natural.

Is It Possible to Give DD Breasts to an A-Cup Patient?

Dreams of a bigger bust aren't uncommon, but they do pose their own set of difficulties for pleasing the patient. Dr. Nicholas Husni explains.