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  1. If you are unsatisfied with 500cc, 600cc ain’t gonna make a difference. You will need a bigger implant to notice a change. Dr Dona is the bigger implant man.
  2. Referral from a doctor is only needed if you plan on getting a surgery that Medicare/Health insurance may chip in for. So if it’s only an augmentation you’re getting it won’t be required.
  3. You have to remember that some people just love the attention. Or also take to the media when they haven’t done their research and things go badly. The media is rubbish.
  4. At the end of the day it’s your decision to make, not theirs. You aren’t a child. But I do personally agree you should pay your parents back before you get a BA. You’re 26 years old you shouldn’t be relying on them for any financial reasons. Owing money to anyone apart from a bank is never a good idea. People get way to weird when money is involved.
  5. I had DD boobs prior to implants, and I have 920cc and they’re still not huge. They’re just proportionate for my body. 350cc is a small implant, so if you don’t want just a subtle change maybe have another consult.
  6. We aren’t surgeons. You don’t really want a bunch of women picking you apart based on their mere opinions. That more sounds like a roasting if anything. If you are genuinely insecure about how you look you can consult with a professional. Whether that be a professional that will help you physically, or mentally - you may benefit from either, everyone is different. But you definitely don’t need us random people telling you to improve yourself.
  7. I’m not having a cosmetic surgeon vs plastic surgeon debate with you. You’ve clearly convinced yourself cosmetic surgeons are something they aren’t. It’s as clear as day what the two are. Unfortunately there’s some people who just can’t differentiate between both. Good luck with your cosmetic surgeons. I hope we don’t see you on the news complaining they botched you.
  8. Just because you had an okay result with a cosmetic surgeon does not mean you should be recommending them over a PS and stating one isn’t better than the other. Because that is a load of BS. If you are happy to put your body into untrained hands - that’s fine. But don’t mislead people and pretend there’s no difference. Jesus. Sure, people may get a nice result with a GP (cosmetic surgeon). But they aren’t trained as a plastic surgeon is. Otherwise they would have the same title (duh) So please actually do your research before telling us all your wrong info. Thanks
  9. I know trying not to compare can be hard - but it’s in no way going to help you what so ever. So many different factors come into play when it comes to implants, not just whether they’re over or under the muscle. So it’s honestly not going to make a difference too you. I would be going with what Dr Dona is opting for, that’s how you will get the best result.
  10. http://www.abc.net.au/4corners/beautys-new-normal/10115838 I really advise watching the four corners program. It speaks a lot about people choosing budget surgery with cosmetic surgeons and then complaining that they are botched. (Wonder why) Whilst it’s your choice to put your body and life into someone’s untrained hands.... don’t you think after experiencing the issues you have that you would make a wise decision and do it the right way and seek someone who has experience? Once upon a time I was naive too, cheap surgery sounds good right? WRONG. Now I actually value my life..... and breasts. You should too. A plastic surgeon can help you with sizing to ensure your desired outcome.
  11. My boobs feel as big as part of me as my arms, legs or head. To me they’ve never felt foreign. I never look down and think there’s my fake tiddies. Always just, wow nice tiddies self.
  12. I watched this yesterday. Whilst informative and sad for what happened to the patients. It’s nothing I wasn’t aware of. And really, it’s something we all should already know if we have had surgery. Obviously it isn’t because there’s still many choosing the cheap way out. At the end of the day there’s always going to be risks involved, cosmetic or plastic surgeon. But why would you want to double those odds just for a cheap surgery or cheap injectables. Some people expect the world, for very little money. It’s hard to feel sorry for someone who does zero research.
  13. Unfortunately - it’s all a giant fad. They work absolutely - whilst you’re wearing it. When you take it off, you’re back to normal ha. It won’t actually give you that perfect shape it promises. Oh I tried, believe me. Also take Pixee Fox for example. She wears an extremely small waisted corset day in and day out, even had her ribs removed to be able to wear a smaller corset. When it’s on, daymn her shape is very hourglass. But when she takes it off, she’s back to her normal shape. I wish they worked, I really do. Although, I do eat less when I wear one, so that’s a plus I guess.
  14. They’re same same but different. If it’s just a straight forward upsize - you don’t really need any internal work done. They’ll fix your pocket as usual but that’s really all they’ll need to do. Sometimes revisions require more work, including lifts ect.... so that’s when more costs could some into play.
  15. He gave me four titties this one time. But you know, silly me choosing a cosmetic surgeon.
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