Breast Augmentation Sizes Chart

Breast Augmentation Sizes Chart

Breast augmentation, also known as a boob job, is a reliable cosmetic procedure that uses fat transfer or breast implants to increase your breasts’ size and shape. Breast augmentation surgery can also restore volume lost after pregnancy or weight loss, allowing you to achieve a more rounded shape and natural asymmetry. 

The procedure involves extracting fat from another body part and injecting them into your breast to improve its volume. On the other hand, breast augmentation requires the surgeon to insert implants to increase fullness and projection and enhance the balance of your breasts, leading to enhanced self-confidence and self-image. Today’s article will discuss breast augmentation sizes. Read on! 

Different Sizes of Breast Implants

Many women don’t know how to choose the right size of implants before undergoing surgery. It is a challenging decision to make because breast implants’ size and shape determine the look you want to achieve for years to come. A qualified, board-certified, and experienced plastic surgeon in Miami can help you through breast implant sizes, allowing you to choose the right one. 

Like other cosmetic procedures requiring the patient to consider various factors, choosing the right implant size is both an art and science. There are numerous factors to consider when choosing an implant. 

For instance, defining your aesthetic goals is the first factor to consider, meaning you must focus on bra cup sizes, desired shape, and areas of fullness. Your surgeon will give you a complete guide or information on breast sizes and desired implant shapes/dimensions. 

For instance, if you have cup size A, you can increase it to cup size B by choosing 250 to 300 cc implants. Likewise, increasing cup size A to cup size C requires 300 to 350 cc implants. 

If you have a cup size A breasts/bra and want to achieve cup size D, choose implants with 370 to 430 cc. Moreover, cup size B to C requires 250 to 350 cc implants. 

Increasing cup size B to cup size D requires 350 to 400 cc implants. 370 to 450 cc implants are suitable for women who want to increase from cup size C to cup size DD. Furthermore, 450 to 550 cc implants are the best options for women to increase their breast size from C-cup to E-cup. 

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Factors to Consider When Choosing Desired Breast Size

Many women find it challenging, daunting, and time-consuming to find the right size implants when considering breast augmentation surgery. Your chest’s width, height, and desired shape and size are the primary factors when choosing the desired implant or breast size. 

Qualified and experienced plastic surgeons in Miami encourage women to discuss their requirements before surgery. For instance, you can try different sizes and determine whether you feel comfortable. At the same time, the surgeon will evaluate your reaction to different sizes.

So, based on your requirements and comfort levels, the surgeon will guide you to a size that best fits your needs. Remember that the standard to measure implant volumes is in cubic meters (cc). Miami’s qualified cosmetic surgeon recommends understanding the implants’ dimensional characteristics. 

For instance, you can choose moderate profile implants if you have average-sized breasts. The purpose is to achieve more rounded, proportioned, and natural-looking breasts. 

On the other hand, if you have narrow breasts, we recommend selecting high-profile implants to achieve rounder and pointier breasts. Correct measurements of high-profile breast implants lead to more natural, contoured, highly aesthetic, and beautiful breasts. Women with wider breasts should choose low-profile implants to achieve the desired volume at the upper breasts, cleavage, and edges. 

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There are numerous other factors to consider when choosing implants for breast augmentation. These include your physical features, such as your body frame’s size, chest and shoulder width, and hips or waist size. In addition, consider breast tissue measurements because women with smaller breasts may not have enough tissues to support larger implants. 

Some women require different-sized breast implants to create balance and symmetry and achieve their desired aesthetic goals. Your overall weight will also affect the shape and size of the implant. For instance, if you want to become pregnant in the future or lose weight, you may experience sagginess in your breasts after surgery. 

What to do Next?

A professional, skilled, and experienced plastic surgeon in Miami can give you detailed information about breast size and implants to help you make an informed decision about surgery. If you need more information, you can call us between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday to Friday. Our team will happily assist you. 

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