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Hi girls! Just wondering if there are any girls who have had a breast augmentation by Mark Ashton? what look were you after and did you achieve that look? any comments on the experience etc? I'm 168cm, 50kg, flat as a pancake 8A cup and hoping for a natural look after ba. I've got my consultation with him this week :-)
Hi everyone, I recently settled on two surgeons and have had two very different consults which have left me quite confused. Would love to hear some thoughts and opinions. I am tall (180cm or 5’10) - late 20’s, A cup. I have a particularly long torso, a lot of my height comes from my torso (some tall girls have short or average sized torsos but really long legs). I have quite broad shoulders, I have hips but a narrow waist. I’m roughly size 8 or 6 up top and a 10 on the bottom, so a big part of the surgery is getting more proportion and balance between the two halves of my bod. My upper bod is very skinny, muscular and athletic looking. The bones in the centre of my chest are somewhat visible and I never really add weight to my upper bod. I’m also quite active and do a lot of swimming. Both surgeons have commented on my ‘swimmer's physique’. My BWD is around 12.5 I believe. My goal is to have a decent size but to remain natural looking - I’d like to end up somewhere in the full C, or D range, so long as it doesn't end up looking too ‘enhanced’ on my skinny frame. I just don't think that look will suit my body. The first surgeon recommended a 485cc high profile tall height implant as well as a 445cc tall height moderate plus profile implant (both tear drops). He said he would take both into surgery and determine which fitted and looked best. He said both of those sizes would definitely put me in the D range, noting my height and relative broad chest/shoulders. He explained that the ‘problem area’ for me was the gap between my collarbone and breast (that long torso). He said the tall height implant would be required to help fill this gap with a nice gradual slope, explaining that the tall height implant would better fill the vertical gap in the same way that women who have a wide gap between their breasts require wider implants to better fill that particular space. I don’t want a super skinny chest and then a big boob suddenly sticking out. So this all made a lot of sense to me, although I was a little doubtful about achieving the natural looking result I’m hoping for with a 485cc high profile, but I was assured that the 485 HP would still look natural, and there was also the option of the mod profile in surgery if the HP didn't look right to him. The second surgeon gave me options of 295cc, 330cc and 375cc, all of them being moderate plus profile medium height tear drops. He explained that because I am so skinny in the centre of my chest, where my skin is quite tight, there is a risk of the implant looking more unnaturally visible there (taking off too suddenly, making the breasts look obviously “done”). Therefore, he recommends a “dropped height” implant to avoid the risk of the top of the implant showing too much at the top part of my chest. He will pack as much muscle as possible over the tops and inner sides of the implant to make them look as natural as possible on my skinny chest, but surgeons never know exactly how much muscle they have to work with until they get to surgery, therefore, he would take in the three sizes mentioned above. So, I have two surgeons providing completely different recommendations, and who identified two different problems and approaches to surgery, but I suppose this is somewhat common with the procedure given that every surgeon has their own style and preferences. One says I should go more CC and tall height because of the vertical gap and to balance my body better. The other says I should go medium height and smaller CC because of my skinny chest and tight skin, placing emphasis on lower fullness and width to provide balance. One says I can pull off 485cc HP and still look natural, the other says 375cc MP and above will be pushing me more into the ‘enhanced’ type of look. This has left me really confused about which way to go. I’m worried about looking too unnatural at the implant ‘take off’ points in the centre and top of my chest, but also worried about going too small! I understand surgeons have different techniques to get particular looks. Both of these surgeons have great reviews and I like the look of their work respectively. After looking at seemingly thousands of pictures online and reviews from various sites, it seems that girls of my height aiming for a D rarely get less than 400cc. Because of this, the suggested sizes of 295cc and 330cc sound as though they would be really small for what I’m hoping for, even though the surgeon who suggested them informed me that the 295cc would put me into a full C, and the 375cc into a full D! This seems at odds with a lot of results I’ve seen online and also to a degree with the other surgeon’s sizing. However, I totally respect both of their opinions and because of their reputations totally believe they know what they are talking about! Could a 375cc mod profile tear drop really put a girl with my my height, broad shoulders and chest, starting at an A, into a full D cup? Will it be big enough for my frame? Does 485cc HP sound a bit too big? Does the logic behind the taller, bigger implant, make more sense, considering my long body, height, broad shoulders etc? I’ve checked the dimensions of all implants and interestingly the difference between the 375cc medium height MP and the 440cc tall height MP seems to be all in the height of the implant, the width and projection are only .5 different. I think I would rather go slightly more into the enhanced look range than come out the other side too small. I’m just finding it difficult to decide either way. I’m confused as to just how significant the change between a tall height or a medium height implant will be on my body. I’d love to hear anyone’s thoughts or suggestions about all of that, and what they might do, as well as anyone's experiences with sizes, implant heights etc. I’d love to hear from any tall, thin girls who went somewhere within the range of CC’s I am being suggested and see how they turned out size wise.
Hi Ladies, So I was hoping to go through Cosmedi Gold Coast as I am in QLD and only wanting to spend around $7000. I had been emailing back and forth getting really excited to book for the 21st of November and sent my assessment pictures off last Thursday. I received an email today with my surgical recommendations and they have advised: "due to the natural shape of your breast and tissue coverage, round implants are not a suitable option" I am grateful they have been honest with me but if I am to go through them, it will cost $9500 and I just really had not budgeted that amount. I am 170cm, 50kg and currently 10AA, so am aware that tear drops will look a lot more "natural" but just wondering if there are any girls with similar stats who got rounds?? I had a consult with Dr Szalay earlier this year and he was going to use rounds but I got the impression that he would never reccomend a shape or size as he wants you to make all the choices so that you are liable for them if you aren't happy. Going to start looking at TCI now!