If you’re planning a breast augmentation in Toronto and agonizing over the size of your implants, it can be a frustrating and confusing feeling. Many people get a little hung up on this point so don’t worry, you’re in good company. Today we’ll explain how sizing works and why you shouldn’t worry about a number at all.
Dimensional Sizing For Toronto Breast Augmentation
At Edelstein Cosmetic, multiple factors help determine the best implant size for each patient. Your breast measurements, existing tissue, chest wall and your desired look are all crucial factors to identify ideal options.
How Are Implant Volumes Determined?
Many people ask to try on a cup size, but they may not be aware that bra cup sizes are wholly unregulated and will vary dramatically between manufacturers or different bodies. For instance, petite, narrow bra bands may display a “D” for the same volume of breast tissue that would equal only a “B” on a wider band.
We recommend you select from your surgeon’s recommendations the implant that best matches the look you’re after, then don’t be discouraged if you discover it’s smaller or bigger than you expected.
We ask patients to bring a form-fitting, light-coloured T-shirt to consultations so they can try the real implants on and get an accurate feel for how they’ll appear. Bring a friend whose opinion you trust and have fun with it!
What Can You Do At Home?
There are some handy ways to play with sizes at home, and though they are far from an exact science, they may help you mentally adjust to seeing volume where you didn’t have it before.
Some people prefer to use water similarly to make a sizer at home with the feel of a saline implant. Use a plastic bag and the same measuring methods.
If you have further questions about breast augmentation in Toronto, we’re happy to help. Contact Edelstein Cosmetic today and let us get you a step closer to the body you’re dreaming of.
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