When women decide to get breast implants, they’re often nervous about getting a result that’s too obvious or overwhelming for their frame. If your goal is for a subtle enhancement that gives you sexy curves and tastefully complements your figure, these tips can help you enjoy the most natural-looking breast augmentation results possible.
1. Choose a Surgeon Who Specializes in Breast Augmentation
Deciding who to trust to perform your procedure is the most important step you’ll take and will directly determine the quality of your results. I suggest choosing a surgeon who specializes in performing breast augmentation to ensure you’re entrusting your body to someone who has the skill and experience to deliver beautiful results.
2. Utilize 3D Imaging
A decision that you may find challenging before surgery is how to pick the best size for your breast implants. In my practice, I use Vectra 3D imaging, which allows me to show patients realistic images of what they would look like with different sizes and styles of implants.
3. Try Sizers at Home
Many of my patients find it helpful to utilize sizers at home to see how different size implants look under their clothing and feel when performing their daily activities. Sizers are a great way to decide on the perfect choice that will give you the boost you’re looking for without feeling disproportionate or like implants are getting in the way.
4. Maintain Realistic Expectations
It’s important to maintain realistic expectations and communicate openly with your surgeon to be happy with your results. During our initial consultation, I advise my patients on which breast implants I feel will offer the best long-term results for a look that will bring out the best in your body.
Dr. Nirav Savalia is a board-certified plastic surgeon in Orange County with offices in Newport Beach and Fullerton. Known for his skill, compassion and dedication to patient-centered care, Dr. Savalia works closely with each patient to develop an individualized plan to achieve their cosmetic goals. He is board certified by both the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery.