Choosing the right breast implants can be a daunting task. There are so many options to choose from, and it’s hard to know what will work best for your body type and lifestyle. Here are some things you should consider when choosing the right implant style:
The First Step Is Figuring Out Which Size You Are
If you’re a woman with small breasts, then it’s likely that your bra size is a 32A or 34B. If your measurements fall between 28-30 inches around the chest, then this is the right range for you. But if they’re larger than that and closer to 32-34 inches (or even 36), then it’s time to move up in sizes.
- To measure yourself properly: take two pieces of string or ribbon and wrap them around either side of your chest at its fullest point; hold both ends together with one hand as tightly as possible while pulling them taut against each other; mark where they overlap with marker; measure this length against a ruler–this will give you an accurate measurement for future reference!
Determined By Your Body Type And Dimensions
The right size of breast implants for you will be determined by your body type and dimensions, according to Dr. Peter Driscoll. For example, if you have a petite frame, then it may be easier to achieve the desired results with smaller implants than someone who has a larger build.
The size of breast implants is measured in cubic centimeters (ccs). The higher the number, the larger the implant will be; and conversely, a lower number indicates that your surgeon selected a smaller implant for you. Different sizes will give different results – so there’s no right or wrong way to go about choosing this aspect!
You May Also Want To Consider Your Goals And Expectations
- If you want your breasts to look natural, choose silicone gel implants, says Dr. Peter Driscoll. They have a more natural feel than saline implants and are less likely to rupture because they don’t deflate after 5-10 years like saline does.
- If you’re aiming for the most common implant size, which is 275ccs (the average breast size), then go with round smooth textured silicone gel implants that are placed behind the muscle wall of your chest. Round smooth textured implants will give you a nice round shape that looks like other women with breast augmentation surgery–but bigger! This can be achieved by adding more volume or changing from round smooth textured silicone gel to cohesive gel or micro-texture cohesive gel.
Your Health And Medical History
Your health and medical history should also be taken into account when deciding on the right breast implants for you. If you have had breast implants before, your doctor will want to know if they have been replaced or if there is any scar tissue from previous surgeries. You should also tell your doctor about any previous or current illnesses or conditions that may affect your body’s ability to heal properly after surgery (for example, diabetes).