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  1. Hi I’ve been considering Breast augmentation for a VERY long time and I’ve finally starting doing my research. So I’m interested in the polyurethane foam implants (if they’re an option for me of course), i live in Melbourne and would like to have it done close. I’ve found Dr George Mayson and Dr Patrick Tansley who offer these types of implants but I was wondering if anyone else has had experience in Melbourne with any one else who offers the “furry Brazilians”? thanks 😊
  2. My decision to get breast augmentation surgery is by far one of the best decisions I have ever made. I went to several different Doctors including Dr. Simon Rosenbaum, Dr Dean Trotter and finally Dr George Mayson for my initial consultations. Dr Mayson was by far the most informative and caring of the doctors I saw, with the consultation running for 2 hours rather than the rushed 30 minutes I had with the other two doctors. The other doctors also seemed cold and clinical where as Dr Mayson had a wonderful bedside manor and was caring, genuine and kind. He never made me feel rushed in my decisions and explained everything clearly. He also specialises in polyurethane implants which require greater skill to place and give a much better result with fewer complications. I wanted a natural result which looked in proportion with the rest of my body. I am naturally very slim and had practically no natural tissue to begin with (like a 8AA bra size). We decided on 360cc round polyurethane implants under the muscle. And they look fantastic! I am 4 weeks post op and am absolutely in love with them all ready!! Because they are polyurethane I don't need to wait for them to 'drop' like other implants, they will stay exactly where he expertly positioned them, so no fear of 'bottoming out' or rotation or them being uneven. The surgery went really smoothly, my scars are super neat. When I had my sutures out the nurse said she had never seen such neat sutures before and that my surgeon must be incredibly skillful! I cannot recommend Dr Mayson and his team enough. He has changed my life and I will be eternally grateful.
  3. Hi girls I just felt like posting for any of you who may be looking for a very very natural look. I had 200cc round silimed furry Brazilians under muscle done about 1 month ago and initially was worried that they were too high and round. But after only a month they have settled and fluffed and look and feel already very soft and natural. I am very happy and can't stop looking at them Anyway, I want to encourage those who are worried immediately post op as I too was worried but it was all unnecessary and I just had to give it some time. Xxx Sorry forgot to say they are low profile.
  4. To ladies who have got either textured implants or the polyurethane coated (furry Brazilian) implants - What swayed you to either side? I realise there is a lower CC rate with the furry implants but there are also lots of websites warning against the carcinogenic risks with polyurethane coating and it absorbing into your body. Do you see there being a big difference (feel/shape/positioning/risk-wise?) or an advantage to either one? I'm more than likely going to go to Thailand to have my BA done and I know PIAC doesn't use Furry Brazilians anymore but I have this feeling that I will have a bigger risk of capsular contracture if I go for textured rather than Furries, but I also don't feel 100% comfortable in the idea of the polyurethane coating potentially being bad for my body. Any thoughts and reasoning is welcome! Thanks ladies
  5. Ok, So i was pretty decided on going to TCI Sydney for my BA for only $6000, when i found out they only use Nagor Impleo and Silimed smooth or textured implants not including Furry Bazilians (Polyurethane) implants. So im at a dilemma now and am needing/ wanting pros and cons from those who have or had to chose on each of the implants and if it is worth spending around an extra $3000 just to get the Silimed Brazilians Poly Implants. Im hoping this will help more ladies with their furture BA. Thank you
  6. Big red

    Booked! Countdown?

    Hey lovely ladies, so I am booked in for my breast augmentation! Soooo excited!! August 1st with Dr Miroshnik, only 11weeks away :D every time I think about having boobs I get this big cheesy grin across my face hahaha (although not looking forward to telling my parents, their very traditional so I know they will freak out, I'm going for a beach walk with mum tonight do you think I should tell mum separate to my dad) ? also how do I get one of these cool countdown timers hehe? So deets are looking like 300ml teardrop textured polyurethane implants placed dual plane, as I don't have much boob. he said gym will not be effected at all and I can go back to training as soon as I'm healed! Yayyyyyy can't wait!!! Big Red x
  7. reif321

    Dr George Mayson Review

    I am 25, 50 Kilos and 5”3 and had 275cc Tear Drop Polyurethane “Furry Brazillian” breast implants over the muscle. My surgeon was Dr George Mayson and I’m writing on this forum to recommend him for anyone thinking about surgery in the Sydney area. He was very thorough at consultation stage giving advice on the right implant for my body and ensured I was 100% comfortable with my selection. He made all costs transparent & gave clear instructions on the things to do pre and post surgery. I felt well looked after throughout the entire process and I know he will make himself available for me should I have any queries with them or problems in the future. It’s almost 1month since my surgery & I’m fully recovered and loving the outcome. It’s the best money I think I’ll ever spend! So Happy! His website is www.breastexcellence.com.au
  8. Hi All, I am new to this forum but don't know why I haven't stumbled across it earlier. I have had 3 surgeries to date - breast aug being one which is what I have a question regarding. Sooooo.... we all hear the stories from other women or surgeons saying "go as big as you can, girls always wish they had done so after the surgery". Well, I must be the only person I know who wishes they went smaller????? My surgeon is Dr Anoop Rastogi - wonderful surgeon, caring, kind and the man is an artist. The results are fantastic, but I just can't get used to having these big things on my chest, nor the attention they seem to attract when I walk through a mall 350cc High profile, tear drop, under muscle, 6 weeks post breast feeding first child I had the op - yes early but I couldn't wait! Ok, now it has been nearly 2 years since my surgery and I can't find bras that fit which don't make me look like a blow up doll (hehehehehe). I wear sports bras or bralettes to kind of disguise / squish my boobies down. (I must add while I'm doing this my husband to be LOVES them and tells me they aren't even big!!! Men!!). They completely cover my chest and the surgeon said they JUST fit, like perfect, giving me the perfect cleavage covering my chest without the big gap in the middle. So this is where we come to removal. I am getting married in May and plan on having another 2 babies back to back (lord help me!). After I have had the babies, to which I am very frightened of having G-cup boobies during, I want to get my breasts redone. I think it may actually be the projection / high profile that I don't like. I don't want the fullness at the top so am thinking round, med profile, 315/320s will be my next set - this being the set I originally wanted but last minute decided to go bigger GRRRRRRRR! Now as we know the 'fuzzy' implants grip onto our normal tissue to avoid the implants "flipping". So, my question is after my ramble - are they harder to remove. Will they cause more trauma to my chest? Has anyone any experience with these implants???? My next step is a few consultations with Brisbane based plastic surgeons to get their advice but it would be nice to "bang it out" on here first xxxx