I'm wanting a BA done but would like a professional opinion on whether I'd need a lift also.
Anonymous 10/07/2019 Australia
Im wanting a natural, full breast D-DD. Im currently a 12B-C Will I be able to achieve a natural looking breast without getting a lift?
lolaaforde 12/01/2019 NSW
Hello, The position of the nipple height is in a quite a good position (not pointing down) so it's a little bit hard to recommend a lift without completely seeing the texture and quality of skin. Generally if the nipple is below the breast fold then a lift may be required to achieve higher placement of the nipple however in your photo, this does not look to be the case. Sometimes a lift can be avoided with a larger implant or an anatomical shaped implant - but best to speak the surgeon about these options following a thorough analysis of your medical history and a thorough clinical consultation.
I’m a healthy 39 years old asian and residing in Melbourne. I have a AA cup and wanted to ask for advice. I’m wondering the optimal age to do breast augmentation and whether it’s too late for me at this age. I’m 39 but fortunately I look like less than 30 and nobody can guess my age correctly. Please advice the suitable implants. The most thing that I concern about is the future of post surgery such as complication after years.Im keen to do it but this issue worries me a lot.
Ming 31/08/2018 VIC
Hello Ming, there is no such thing as being too late for a breast augmentation. I have personally performed breast augmentation on women in their late 50's early 60's. Size is hard to predict without your chest measurements and body frame. You look to have good quality skin so I believe that you may be suitable for implants placed over or under the muscle - however looking at the size of your breast, sometimes it's best to go under the muscle to avoid seeing the implant or "rippling" but his would be determined in your consult. Being concerned about complications post surgery is a common fear among people who opt for cosmetic surgeries. Unfortunately even the healthiest of people may need revision surgery due to many reasons such as rupture, rotation or cosmetic reasons. There is a possibility of complications with any surgery however we discuss all of this in your consult, and advise how we minimise these risks.