While breast implants can give you a boost in cup size, what happens if your final results don’t exactly match the ideal you envisioned before surgery? Size regrets are the most common reason women pursue breast implant revision, with some feeling as if they went too large, while others may feel like they should have gone larger. Before revising your existing breast augmentation, here are some useful tips that can help you feel happier with your long-term results.*
Which Size Is Best For You?
When considering whether to replace your current breast implants, this personal choice really depends on what’s most suitable for your lifestyle as well as achieving a final result you’re happy with.
If you’ve found that larger breasts get in the way more than you expected or interfere with daily activities like jogging or yoga, you may want to reduce your current cup size to better suit your needs. Or, perhaps you’d rather increase your implants for a more dramatic look that gives you the added oomph you feel your current breast augmentation is missing. It’s your body and only you can make the decision that’s best for you.
How Do I Choose the Right Doctor?
Once you’ve decided to revise your original implants, it’s always best to seek out a surgeon who specializes in breast revision surgery. Look for a board certified plastic surgeon who understands your concerns and has a vast number of successful breast implant revision surgeries to his or her credit. Choosing the most skilled surgeon for your revision surgery can help you feel much happier with your results the second time around.*
*This information is for education only, and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.
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