Choosing the Right Size for Your Breast Augmentation

Pretty Woman Posing in LingerieIt can be frustrating if you feel like your breasts have always been too small, but you do have options. Perhaps you have finally decided to schedule that breast augmentation procedure? You no doubt have a lot of questions to ask your doctor, and at the top of the list may be: how do you choose what size breasts to get?

How Do You Decide?

The most important thing to keep in mind when choosing the size of your new breasts is that it is your decision – you should be having a breast augmentation for yourself and no one else! The second-most important thing to know is that Dr. Altamira and his staff have the experience and the know-how to help you choose the size that is right for you. After years of performing breast augmentation surgeries, they have an idea of what size breasts may be right for you and your body type and for your cosmetic surgery goals. Of course, the final decision is yours, but this is a place to start.

Another thing to consider is what you hope to achieve with a breast augmentation – if you aren’t as concerned with the size of your breasts as you are that your breasts have lost shape, a breast lift may be a better choice. Dr. Altamira will be able to discuss with you what is involved in each procedure and can help you to decide which might be best for you.

The type of augmentation you would like may also limit the size that your breasts will be. For instance, if you would prefer not to have implants but would rather have fat transferred from one area of your body to your breasts (a fat transfer), you should know that this type of augmentation is typically for women who want only a small increase in breast size.

Are you ready to schedule your breast augmentation consultation? Dr. David Altamira and his staff can help you to make some important decisions so that you have the breasts you’ve always wanted. Contact the Sugar Land or Houston office at (713) 271-9000 for an appointment today!

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