I want larger breasts, but what does the “Perfect Breast” look like?
Most women looking to undergo breast enhancement mention this type of fear during the initial consultation. In actuality prospective enhancement patients are more likely to state what they don’t want their breasts to look like, than what they do want them to look like. This apprehension is probably because, we humans, notice extreme examples of Plastic Surgery more often than more subtle examples. As such, we begin to feel that these examples are the norm among enhancement patients, and we fear that by becoming a patient our Plastic Surgeon will want to make us too large.
Nothing could be further from the truth. The majority of mainstream Board Certified Plastic Surgeons aim to give patients a natural look, with the patients concerns at the forefront of their surgical planning. However because these post op patients aren’t as easy to notice, even though they far outnumber the DD group, people tend to think breast enhancement equals large breasts.
Almost every Plastic Surgeon has a system to determine what the patient has in mind in terms of size. Steps are taken during the consultation, and any subsequent office visits, to size the patient to ensure a predictable surgical result that the patient will be happy with. As always, make sure your breast enhancement surgery is being performed by a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery.