3 Tips for Choosing the Best Breast Implant Size for You

Posted on May 5, 2015

Updated for 2019

Woman standing in front of brick wallBreast implants can be a great way to accentuate your natural figure or give yourself the curvier look you’ve always wanted. There are many different types of implants, so it’s very common to wonder which implant size is best for you.

Taking a few simple steps before your consultation can help make your decision easier.

Find Photos of Your Ideal Look

An easy way to help your surgeon decide what the appropriate type of implant could be for you is to bring in photos of women who have the look that you want.

These photos can help both you and your surgeon objectively discuss which breast implant size will most likely help you achieve the breast augmentation of your dreams.

Consider Your Lifestyle

While you may have your heart set on a certain look as your end result, it’s important to consider how your new body shape could affect your day to day activities. Having implants that are very large can be limiting for women who are very physically active, for example.

If you are concerned that a larger chest could inhibit the activities you love, you may find that more moderately sized implants will work better for you.

Remember Your Natural Proportions

Whether your lifestyle dictates a certain size implant or not, you’ll definitely want to keep in mind how your proportions will look after surgery. There are a lot of factors to take into consideration before choosing a final size, including your natural anatomy and build.

Choosing the best breast augmentation surgeon is an important part of this step, as he or she can work with you in examining your natural measurements to find the right size of implant that will give you a natural, proportionate look.

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3 Tips for the Best Breast Implant Size for You
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3 Tips for the Best Breast Implant Size for You
Updated for 2019. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Scot Martin gives his advice on what factors should be considered when choosing your breast implant size.
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