Are you getting breast augmentation and are confused about what size to choose for your breast implants? Don’t know what shape to get? Wondering if a high profile would be better for you than moderate to get more projection?
We understand how difficult it can be to figure out what type of implants you should get. That’s why Dr. Edelstein, our primary plastic surgeon, has designed a cutting-edge formula called Dimensional Breast Augmentation (DBA). DBA can help you achieve a proportionate result that will complement your overall body contour.
You will receive this cutting-edge technique at no additional cost with your breast augmentation.
WHAT YOU WANT
Most patients want to achieve a result that enhances their body contour, but still looks natural, and that’s what you want, too. Your successful outcome depends on selecting the most suitable breast implant type and surgical technique. But how are these determined?
At Edelstein Cosmetic, your plastic surgeon uses Dimensional Breast Augmentation, a formula that involves the following things:
When the formula is applied, you’ll then receive a couple of implant options from which to pick the most suitable one for you.
DBA is designed to improve what you already have, thereby achieving a beautiful, natural-looking improvement that is proportionate.
NO MORE CONFUSION, BECAUSE YOU’LL KNOW WHAT TO GET
Our patients have frequently said that Dimensional Breast Augmentation helped them through the pre-surgery planning process. DBA takes all the guesswork out of your surgery, which means you’ll be able to proceed confidently knowing that what you envision your results to be will be better actualized.
WANT TO LOOK MORE THAN NATURAL?
If you would prefer to look more enhanced, just talk to your surgeon. They’ll first determine what is natural-looking, then set a range that goes beyond that.
Consult With Us
Before undergoing any Plastic Surgery Canada procedure, consult an experienced and reputable Plastic Surgeon. Book your consultation at our plastic surgery clinic in Toronto by calling (416) 256-4194 or by clicking here.Contact Us