BWD and Silicone implant profile?


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I've been contemplating/researching into getting a second BA. My first experience wasn't the best and I haven't been happy with my results. I want to get it right this time around....but I've become super hesitant. 

A couple months ago, I went to see a plastic surgeon about having my size increased (I have 320cc Motiva Ergonomix silicone implants) and filling in the gap between my breasts. He measured my BWD at 13.1. I'm 5'4 and 120lbs. He recommended I get 600cc Mentor Moderate Plus Silicone plus implants in order to achieve my desired results.

I have tried reaching out to the doctor about my concerns that the implants will be quite larger than my BWD and that HP implants might be better suited for what I want to achieve, but he stated that moderate plus will be better, because they will give me more cleavage and shape. He also stated HP would be more narrow and shorter, but with more projection. He said the larger implant BWD compared to mine, will help with the gap between my breasts.

Is it not possible to have projection and width in an implant to achieve what I want? I can't find many examples of individuals with my stats with that large of a moderate plus implant to compare to. 

I just want to be happy with my breasts finally. This whole process has left me confused and frustrated.

I guess what I'm trying to ask is: Are moderate plus silicone implants really the best to achieve the look I desire? or can I go with a large HP implant and achieve the same results?

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  • I believe the volume is the most important factor in filling gaps so to speak and I'm guessing I would choose HP as it would be closer to your native base width.  But breast implants are still an art rather than a science.  And it's ultimately your choice.  I agree that slightly larger than your base is OK but you risk symmastia (uni-boob) when they're much larger than your natural width--especially if they're overs rather than unders.  With unders the muscle should be left down against the breast bone to prevent implants from getting too close to one another. 

     

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