What size breast implants are right for me?


If you have decided to have a breast augmentation, the next logical thing to decide on is how big you would like your breasts to be – but this can be a difficult decision. It can be hard to visualize what the final results might look like and also to try to imagine what you’ll be happy with in the future. Here are a few tips to help you decide what size of breast implant might be right for you!

Tips on choosing the right implant size

When you decide to have a breast augmentation – or any plastic surgery procedure – the first thing to keep in mind is that you should be doing it to make yourself happy and no one else! This extends to your new breast size as well – you should be choosing the size that would make you happy. So how can you make the right decision?

• Consider your lifestyle. For instance, if you love to play sports or run, a bigger breast size may not be the most comfortable option.

• Discuss all of your options. Dr. Bogue and his staff have done countless breast augmentation procedures and can help advise you on what size breasts might be right for your body type. At Dr. Bogue’s office, you can also take advantage of the Mentor Volume Sizing System, which lets you see what the various sizes look like by using sample implants underneath your clothes.

• Consider your goals. If you aren’t really concerned about the size of your breasts but are more concerned that they have lost shape and elasticity, then a breast lift may be the better option for you. It is also possible that a breast lift and a breast augmentation combination may be the right choice, depending on what results you would like to see.

The final decision on your new breast size, is of course, up to you, but Dr. Bogue and his staff have the experience to help you make a decision you’ll be happy with for years to come. Contact David Bogue Plastic Surgery in Boca Raton, Florida, for a breast augmentation consultation. Call  561-886-1000 today!

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