Admit it. We’ve all worn a pair of shoes or pants that were too small or too big. Maybe the item was something we just had to have, but it didn’t come in our size, and we didn’t care – until later when we realized how uncomfortable we felt and how wrong we looked. The same is true when it comes to having breast augmentation surgery.
There’s a right size for you and it matters
You might be able to deal with clothing that’s a bit off size, but ill-fitting breasts aren’t so easy to change. If you’re considering a breast size that doesn’t fit your body, remember this: there are women out there choosing to have their natural breasts reduced so they can feel comfortable in their clothes and in their own skin. So if you’re going to undergo surgery to increase your breast size, you’re going to look and feel wrong if the size doesn’t fit you.
Get the natural look you want
The biggest mistake women usually make with their breast augmentation is going too big. But you might be surprised to learn that another mistake is not getting the implant pocket to sit just right. Make sure an experienced surgeon with a successful track record performs your surgery. Call for a consultation with Dr. Serebrakian today: Pinole (East Bay) office, call (510) 724-8282; Larkspur (North Bay) Office, call: (415) 461-5755.
Trust your surgeon to help you make the right decision
Take-home implant kits can help you discover a comfortable size, but in order to best figure out what size and shape will work best for you, your surgeon will assess:
Breast tissue quality
Amount of existing breast tissue
Your body frame size
By the end of your consultation, you should understand what is your ideal implant size and style.
The trend in breast implant size has changed
Bigger used to be better, but today, most patients choose balance over boom. That’s where Dr. Serebrakian’s experience, surgical skills and an eye for aesthetics can help you achieve your goal for augmentation surgery.
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