Manufactures have created an expansive choice of breast implant sizes, projections, and shapes.
I'm having breast augmentation surgery to correct my small (symmetrical) tuberous breasts. I do not want much upper pole fullness or projection. I want my breasts to stay quite small and have a very natural slope. My doc (who specializes in breast reconstruction) has ordered Mentor 220cc silicone gel anatomical implants. He says they will not rotate if the pocket is the right size. Many docs on this site seem skeptical about anatomicals/textured. Are these implants right for my condition?
A: Your specific measurements and body type should drive implant choice
Your specific breast measurements and body type should drive implant choice. Both the anatomic and round could work well but its actual selection must be driven by the details of your breast measurements.