How Will I Know What Size Breast Implants Are Best For Me?
Dr Margaret Anderson takes this question very seriously, as the size you choose will be with you for the long-term…
Are you considering a breast augmentation procedure to increase the size of your breastsDr Margaret Anderson understands the main reasons women look to breast augmentation surgery which include:
- Lifting or breasts that have deflated or sagged due to pregnancy or aging
- Enhancing their body-image and their self-confidence
- Evening out their body proportions
- Evening out asymmetrical breasts
If you are considering surgery for one of the following reasons, you may wish to talk to Dr Margaret Anderson about your options. During your consultation, Dr Anderson will discuss all your concerns with you and to help you gain a greater understanding of the right size implants for you she can show you the types of shapes (round, tear or anatomical) as well as which position the implants can sit (above or partially under the muscles as well as dual plane).
We have a vast array of implant shapes and sizes that you can actually try on…
We understand that choosing the size and type of breast implant is a massive decision, and to make this as easy as possible for you we are able to show you an impression of what you will look like with your chosen implants. By showing you this impression we can make your decision as easy as possible and help you gain realistic expectations from your surgery – which is imperative for feeling satisfied with your results.
In addition to this, Dr Anderson will always use something called a ‘sizer’ in surgery which helps her confirm whether a smaller or larger implant is necessary for the results and desires you have discussed with Dr Anderson during your consultation.
We take every step to help you make your decision and ensure it is right for you…
Depending on the overall look you are after, for example a natural appearance after surgery, Dr Anderson can recommend which shape and size would best suit your needs. Of course at the end of the day it is your decision, Dr Anderson will help guide you to what she feels will give you the most optimal results.
Breast augmentation surgery is quite invasive, so it is important you are sure about treatment before proceeding to surgery…
Dr Margaret Anderson understands that this type of surgery (or any cosmetic surgery) is a big decision, and will talk with you in-depth during your consultation about everything you need to know about the treatment including any possible risks of complications. It is important you give yourself time to really think about your surgery and if it is right for you.