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What to Consider When Choosing Your Breast Implants

09 Oct 2016

Choosing The Right Breast Implant Size

There are many aspects you may want to consider when deciding what breast implant sizes are best for you. Not every size will be right for every woman, shape, and build, so it is important that you take these issues into consideration when weighing your sizing options.

If you have never had large breasts before, you may want to think hard before you choose a large breast implant size. It is most definitely a different world when your breasts are centre stage. You may find that you are treated differently by many people. Men may react more to you, which you may or may not be comfortable with, and some women may even react more toward you.

You need to consider if you have the type of personality that will accept the change in attitudes and attention you will receive. A good idea may be to talk to other women who have enlarged their breasts with breast implants and see what their opinion is on how they were treated before vs. how they are treated now.

Consider Your Shape

Women who are bigger framed may have bodies that are more equipped to carry larger breasts. The larger your breasts are, the heavier they will be. Some women with very large breasts suffer from back problems because of it and even consider breast reductions to relieve the stress on their backs.

The smaller your frame is, the less weight up front you may be able to carry. In addition, the same breast implant sizes won’t appear comparable on women of different builds. A woman who is thin around the middle will stand out with a C cup; however, on a woman who carries more weight around the middle, a C cup may be barely noticeable. Smaller women may want to consider a cup size or two larger than they are now, while larger women may want to consider a fuller size, like D or DD cups. If you are honest about yourself and what will be most flattering on you, you will have a better chance of being happy with your choice after you see the end result.

Age Considerations

Age may also be a factor for some women. Over the course of your life, your breasts will change in different ways. For example, when you have a child, your breasts may grow a size or two and then shrink back up, grow and stay bigger, and even sag a little afterward. Even with implants, your breasts may not look exactly the same.

If you are younger, you may want to wait until after you have children to get the best results with your implants. You may grow a bit naturally and require smaller implants to get to your preferred size, and you won’t have to risk needing maintenance after delivering the baby in order to make them look like they did before. Also, if you plan to breastfeed in the future, you will need to select an implant position that is better for that function.

These are simply suggested issues that you might want to consider when choosing your breast implant sizes. In the end, the only thing that matters is that you are happy and comfortable with the way your implants look and the choices you made.


*It’s important to recognise that any cosmetic surgical or invasive procedure comes with inherent risks and the possibility of complications. Therefore, before moving forward, we strongly recommend that you allocate time for thorough research, self-education, and consider seeking a second opinion from a qualified practitioner to make an informed decision.




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Dr. Glenn Murray (AHPRA Registration MED0001196978) Registered Medical Practitioner. General disclaimer: Patient outcomes can vary due to factors such as... genetics, diet, age, exercise, lifestyle, weight, and overall health. It’s essential to understand that all invasive surgeries come with inherent risks and require a recovery period and specific care regimen. Detailed information regarding surgical risks and complications is available here, but it is advisable to conduct thorough research and obtain a second opinion to ensure you are able to make an informed decision. Please note that the information provided is general in nature and does not constitute medical advice or establish a doctor-patient relationship. For real patient images, please visit our Before and After page. Please be advised that surgical outcomes vary, from patient to patient, and comprehensive research is crucial before making any decisions. This website contains imagery which is only suitable for audiences 18+.

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