Making the decision to get breast implants is only the first step. You also want to know exactly what cup size you would be happy with. There are many things to factor in when making this choice. Here are some of the things to think about and discuss with our surgeon when making your decision.
Large breasts can be very heavy. If your frame is not able to handle this additional weight, it can lead to fatigue, shoulder pain, back pain, and may even wind up with you desiring to have breast reduction surgery.
As a result, how large your frame is and how muscular you are may be one of the first things considered by you and our surgeon. Your frame is also going to determine if you want to consider getting low, moderate, or high profile implants.
Low profile breast implants may be best for women with a wider frame. Of all the options, this one usually gives the woman the most cleavage. Low profile implants do not project outward as much as the others and often looks the most natural.
Patients looking to add width across their chest while also projecting their breasts out further may want to consider moderate profile breast implants. Moderate gives you a good balance between cleavage and volume.
High profile are the breast implants chosen by many women with narrower frames. They take up less space on your chest. They are much rounder and thicker than low profile implants. These breast implants can give women the most dramatic curves.
You may not realize all of the ways breast implants can impact your life. Consider the types of clothing you typically like to wear (or are hoping to wear in the future). Be sure to also think about the clothing you have to wear for work. Changing the size of your breasts may impact how clothing fits your frame.
Also, think about how much time you spend on your feet. If your job is physically demanding, it may be best to not go too large. You do not want to strain your back and shoulders. If you are an exercise enthusiast, remember that activities that jogging and playing sports can be impacted by the size of your breasts.
To schedule a consultation and learn more about breast implants, contact us today at Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Centre, located in Melbourne, Brisbane, and the Gold Coast. We look forward to working with you!