All women spend time thinking about their breast size. Those women who grew up dissatisfied with their cup size have spent some time considering the benefit of breast augmentation. They spend years thinking about the size, appearance, and the age they should complete the surgery, and who will be the best surgeon for them. For a period of time they search online, talk to their peers who have completed the surgery and visit several doctors' offices, but it will always be up to them in the end if they still want the long-term enhancements in their chest, and whether they will be comfortable with them for the decades to come.
When a woman decides that she wants to follow through with breast augmentation, she usually thinks about the size first. Some of the best ways to determine the size of implants that a patient will use is to first discover the size of breasts that she would like to end up with. Once the bra size is determined, the doctor will be able to assess a balance between the natural breast tissue and the volume of saline or gel that will be needed in order to achieve the desired outcome.
If you are thinking about enhancements, here are some steps that you can take to make a more informed decision:
First, start your research by perusing the countless topless pictures on websites and in various picture sources in order to show your doctor the look you are going for. The doctor may also have enhancement software in their office what will allow you to take a look at yourself in a computerized image of how your chest will change. Also, you can test out the change that your desired bra size will bring by using padded bras, or actually go shopping for the bra you want and place a sandwich bag of cotton balls or a small folded T-shirt inside to fill the space and see how you feel, look and are being looked at.
Finally, an evaluation of the cleavage in the pictures you like, the computerized enhancement and how you look in the new bras are important to the overall shape that the implant placements will provide for you. You should spend some time evaluating how those different searches and experiments worked in complimenting your body frame. Then answer the questions: does the size you want look as good on you as you hoped, and are you ready for the adjustment? Breast augmentation shouldn't be taken lightly. No patient who has spent years toiling over the decision should have to wade through any mistakes or regret.