Round or Anatomical Implants for Natural but Full Looking Breasts

I am currently a 10a wanting a natural but full C cup. Cannot decide between medium profile 380cc Round under the muscle recommended to me or Allergan Natrelle 410 Shaped Gel Teardrop recommended by another surgeon. Can I get a natural and full look from round implants? I want natural but also don't want to compromise on having fullness up top too much and regret it. Could this be solved by a higher profile in the tear drop shaped implants?

E1098 August 12th, 2017 QLD

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    Dr. Raymond Goh

    Raymond Goh

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    Plastic Surgeon
    Queensland, Australia

    Hi E1098.
    You have excellent breast symmetry and shape to start with to get a good result from breast augmentation. You will do well with either round or anatomical (tear-drop) implants. My preference for you would be a round implant, as I believe this will give a natural result, provide upper pole fullness, and negate some of the potential down sides of anatomical implants (such as rotation). The implants should be placed sub-muscle/dual plane for better long term result. In terms of size and shape, this will be determined by your breast anatomy and goals. I think that an implant in the high 300's will give you at least a full C if not more. All the very best.
    Dr Ray GohValley Plastic Surgery