Making the decision for augmentation is one thing, but how does a woman choose the right size for her breast enhancement? Most Denver women have a cup size in mind before committing to the surgery, but implants are measured by volume, not bra size. Here are a few tips to help you make the right decision before your surgery.
Consider the Results
Primarily, women need to consider how they want the results to look when choosing an implant size. For many women in Denver, breast enhancement is often performed with a natural-looking, more subtle result in mind.* However, the idea of a dramatic profile change is still a very popular one. Thinking about the look you want after the surgery is key part in choosing your implant size.
Opting for larger implants may not be the best choice for women who are very physically active. A more generous breast size can look great in an evening gown, but just may not be practical for the avid jogger. Choosing an implant size based on the life you currently live can help you feel more satisfied with the outcome of the surgery.*
The rest of your body has to be taken into consideration when choosing an implant size. A more petite woman may look top-heavy with fuller implants, while a woman with a larger frame could look disproportionate without high-profile implants. Although this ties in closely with keeping your final results in mind, it’s really impossible to separate individual factors. Women tend to be happiest with their results when they choose an implant that suits their frame, give them the look they want and work with their existing lifestyle.*
*This information is for education only, and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.