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  1. Check with your surgeon but this should be plenty of time to recover.
  2. Hi there, I have seen some fantastic results from Dr Alex Phoon for this surgery.
  3. who is your surgeon? A lot of surgeons do a nicotine test before surgery particularly for procedures such as a mummy makeover. You run the risk of considerably compromising your surgery results as smoking can cause delayed wound healing, necrosis of the healing tissue etc. You definitely can quit smoking, believe me many of us have been through it ourselves. Would you consider hypnosis? I know some ,people who have had success with this method. I can tell you, once you make it to the two week mark, it will become much easier. I would even consider patches or NRT until the end of the month and then go cold turkey
  4. We haven't had many people on the forum that have had fat transfers for breast augmentation as a stand alone procedure.
  5. That advice depends on your surgeon, some surgeons recommend no surgical bras at all, other recommend 6 weeks, some recommend calvin klein crops etc. The best time for breast surgery is when you have the most time to recover, i.e. school holidays or right before long weekends etc are very popular because you dont need to worry about taking extra time off work, getting kids to school and usually have more help on hand.
  6. I think it depends on if you drive a manual car or not, and whether or not you are on pain medication. Some medication makes it unsafe to drive.
  7. Cupcake this is incorrect. ALL textured implants are linked to ALCL - there has been no reported cases of ALCL with smooth implants. The risk for macro textured implants is significantly higher than micro textured implants though. The numbers keep changing but it is roughly 1: 4000 compared to 1:60,000 for micro textured (https://plasticsurgery.org.au/protecting-patient-safety/bia-alcl/) Ive also seen numbers such as 1:2000 for macro and 1:86000 for macro - i think there is issues with the statistics because of the different brands - you can find more info on the TGA website https://www.tga.gov.au/breast-implant-associated-cancer-or-bia-alcl https://www.tga.gov.au/alert/breast-implants-and-anaplastic-large-cell-lymphoma
  8. Dr Tavakoli did Pia Muehkenbeck's breast augmentation and I believe they are much bigger than a C-D cup. She has 475cc anatomical implants, so even though you think this is a C-D Cup, you might actually be describing more of the DD fuller look. Definitely bring pictures to your consult to show what look you are after. Sam Cunneen and Guy Watts both have lots of reviews on here, try searching in the search bar or view their profiles in the surgeon directory
  9. I think you should investigate what 'recovered' means. Often rapid recovery or flash recovery for breast augmentation refers to things like being able to lift your arms above your head, begin movements and exercises sooner, lack of drains and full mobility etc You may be still recovering from the effects of anaesthesia at 24 hours post op. I think a good indication fo 'recovered' is when you are cleared to drive a car. best of luck
  10. If you are Melbourne based I highly recommend She Science https://shescience.com.au/ https://shescience.com.au/collections/all/products/active-d-classic this bra will lock them down nice and tight - can recommend
  11. You look great and this bikini looks fantastic. You definitely do not look like you have them out there.
  12. Amazing, I am sure you look fantastic. I had a friend who had a similar cut and it suited her so well
  13. oooh im late...what did you choose. I think if you have the facial structure you could pull off the above look but id be tempted to stick it out as you have come this far growing it
  14. sorry to hear this happened to you but very glad you are doing better.
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