Choosing the size of your new breasts should be something to look forward to, it’s an opportunity to reshape your body the way you’ve always wanted, but it’s not without its challenges. For many women, the key challenge is selecting a size that matches their desired look, while still appearing natural for their body frame. Conversely, there are some women who are not concerned with a ‘natural’ appearance, opting for breasts that are full and bouncy. Ultimately it is a personal question that differs for everyone, so it’s important that consider all of the factors that may affect your decision including:
In general, younger women opt for larger breasts, while older women prefer a more modest size due to sagging and ageing skin. Of course, everyone is different and not every woman feels this way.
Most styles of clothing are designed to fit a C-cup. A larger breast size can be limiting when it comes to clothing, for example, button-down shirts and strapless dresses can become problematic.
Larger breasts can also interfere with sports and in more extreme cases cause back pain.
If you plan to become pregnant in the future, remember your breast size may change during and after the pregnancy.
Your breast augmentation has been designed around your current weight and figure, any weight gain or loss can affect the size of your breast.
Everyone is different therefore there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to choosing the right implant for the desired cup. For instance, many women who opt for a full C-cup will need a 300cc implant, but this may vary due to a number of factors including:
- Chest width
- Breast diameter
- Skin laxity
- Body frame
- Implant shape
- Muscular structure
Because of these variations, we recommend that you do not focus on the cup size, but rather the desired appearance.
Breast augmentation is a commitment and implants need to monitored in case of leaks. You may also need to replace your implants in the future, but this is also an opportunity to change size too.