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3 Tips for Test Driving Breast Implant Sizes

Silicone implants on hand and natural brestYou wouldn’t buy a new car without test driving it first, right? Well, it can help to have a similar mindset when choosing from your various breast implant options. To help you navigate your way through your sizing options, keep these three breast implant sizing tips in mind when preparing for your consultation.

1. Bring Different Outfits to Your Breast Consult

Because bra cup sizes aren’t an accurate way to discuss breast implant sizing, it’s a good idea to bring a few different outfits to your breast augmentationconsultation to help you get a more realistic idea of how your clothes might fit after your breast enhancement procedure.Bring several different types of clothing that you already wear, such as tank tops, bathing suit tops and formal attire.

Once your cosmetic surgeon gives you the okay, you can buy some new clothes for your new breast size down the road.

2. Try on Implant Sizers with a Plain T-Shirt

Make sure one of the items that you bring along to your consult is a low-cut, plain t-shirt. This wardrobe staple can help you to visualize how much cleavage different breast implant sizes could achieve, as well as how they will look in an everyday, casual outfit.

Lots of women are now opting for smaller, more modest breast implants rather than very dramatic, highprofile implants with over-the-top cleavage.

3. Bring a Friend

If you’re comfortable with the idea, consider bringing a close friend with you to your breast consultation. Having a second opinion from someone whom you trust and confide in can be a huge help when making an important decision about your new look.

 

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3 Tips for Test Driving Breast Implant Sizes
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3 Tips for Test Driving Breast Implant Sizes
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Looking for some breast implant sizing tips before making a decision?Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Joseph Castellano of Tampa, Florida offers three of his top tips.
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Castellano Cosmetic Surgery Center in Tampa
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