B To D Cup

Q: Saline or Silicone? I need the most natural feel, look, and movement

Submitted by Q-A from clee on Fri, 05/13/2011 - 12:12

Getting BA done next month. My doctor usually recommends silicone because most of his patients have an A cup. After examining me, he said I could go either way; silicone or saline because I'm a full 34B cup. He said I have enough breast tissue to where you won't tell a difference. I would still get the same results, will be soft as silicone, and give me good projection. I'm a 34 full B.I'm shooting for a 34 full D.What would you suggest? I need the most natural feel, look, and movement.

A: Evaluate factors such as size, incision you prefer to make you choice

You have a wonderful breast envelope capable of holding many saline or silicone in the preferred submammary plane. If your preference is to have the smallest incision possible in the areolar region with a large implant, then saline will be best. If you prefer an inframammary incision with softer more natural breasts then choose silicone.

Q: Age 27, 5'6", 143lb, 34B. Best Size for my Body?

Submitted by Q-A from clee on Fri, 05/13/2011 - 09:49

I am interested in breast augmentation. I currently have a small 34B no children, firm. I am 27 5'6" 143lbs. BWD 14. ribcage 31. I would like to achieve the look of a small-full D while looking natural. I currently have gone for one consult in which the PS recommended 450 saline unders crease incision moderate+ to achieve this look. I am looking for feedback to see if this will be too small or large for my frame. Thanks!

A: An examination with breast base measurements is necessary

To truly have your expected outcome, surgical planning with a detailed examination is necessary to determine your breast footprint, chest shape, and the elasticity of your breast envelope. With your next consultation ask your surgeon what are the specific details about your body does he take into consideration in making implant size recommendations.