I've always had small breasts throughout my life and this has been an insecurity of mine. I never really felt like a "woman" and this opinion I had of myself would spill over into relationships because I didn't feel attractive enough. At the end of the day we all want to feel like our best selves and I didn't want breasts to be ogled at or to seek validation from outside. It wasn’t something I had to prove to others, this was something unique to me and I wanted them so I could feel beautiful in my own skin. This wasn't a decision made lightly, so fast forward 8 years I finally had the courage to go ahead with it and began thoroughly searching for the best surgeon in Sydney. I only wanted the best because this is a lifelong commitment and should not be taken without careful consideration. I found Dr Ellis' name mentioned again and again throughout forums and I searched his breast augmentation gallery. Every individual looked so amazing, their breasts so natural, suiting everyone that I saw. I decided to schedule an appointment with Dr Ellis and I found that he was both caring and extremely professional. He wanted to understand me as a person and what my needs were. I had made my mind up. I wanted to go through with him and booked the surgery date in. The surgery itself was quick and painless as they put you under general anaesthetic. At no point was I in pain or uncomfortable. Afterwards there is the initial swelling and the "newness" that comes as a result from the surgery. It took about 5 days before I had complete mobility back and could move around. Resting is important during this stage and every care needs to be taken. As the weeks go on, I get more and more used to my breasts. It is incredible this feeling and we are so fortunate in this day and age to live in a society where if you aren't happy with something, you have the resources to fix it. I can't express enough how much I love them and I am so grateful. Without sounding biased, they look amazing and I feel so great. This has been something I wanted for so long and I'm so glad that I went with Dr Ellis.