Breast augmentation is an excellent way to increase the size and fullness of the breast in women, which can help them feel sexier. However, it is vital the breasts appear to be natural after surgery to fit in with the rest of the body’s size and proportion. For example, most patients want their torsos to be balanced with the lower half of their bodies, particularly their hips. This would give women with larger hips the ability to have larger breast implants and still achieve an authentic look.
Dr. Tavoussi’s Decades of Experience & Expertise
Dr. Tavoussi, who practices at the OC Cosmetic Surgery Clinique in Newport Beach, California, has perfected these techniques over his decades of practice. He focuses not only on the science and measurements of the breasts but also on the artistry of the overall body shape and contours. He realizes that each patient may have a different idea about ideal breast shape and size, and he can discuss all of these possibilities at a consultation. Patients who prefer a natural breast shape will want to choose an implant with a tapered upper pole while those who like a full look may wish to choose a round implant.
In addition, patients will need to choose the size of the implant.
In addition, patients will need to choose the size of the implant. The size that they choose can have a huge impact on their everyday lives because most clothing is designed to fit average-sized breasts. They may want to try an implant sizer at home to try on with the clothes they already have. Patients who choose implants that are sized above average proportions may need to consider different brands of clothing or new styles to fit their larger breasts.
Additional Considerations for Cosmetic Breast Procedures
Another consideration to be made is the medial to lateral proportions of the breast implant. This measures the width of the breast and must be chosen correctly to create a natural-looking breast. Dr. Tavoussi will take precise measurements at the consultation and may even take pictures of the breasts to determine exactly where to make incisions and what size implant to use.