Dr. Vitenas will have you try on your sizers under a thin, tight fitting, white t-shirt. This allows for a clear and comparable vision of each breast size on your frame. Then, you can try on some of your own clothes. This will make it easier for you to visualize how you will look with the new breast size,
day to day. Remember, it will take a few minutes to get used to a new vision of your body.
2. You’re the boss:
Discuss your goals and expectations with your doctor. The breast augmentation process is a collaboration with your surgeon; he will give you important suggestions for the best size and shape implant for your frame. Ultimately, the final decisions will be made by you – you are the boss.
3. Don’t rely on computer imagery:
There is no substitute for assessing how you will look in a specific size implant, than by trying on sizers. These will allow for an objective view of your prospective shape. Computer imagery can provide you with excellent ideas, but it is still only a simulated image.
Let your physician know what kind of fitness regime you are on. If you are a runner or a serious athlete, tell your doctor, so he can help chose the implants that won’t interfere with your fitness routine.
5. Just be yourself:
Be honest with yourself about body size: your weight, your height, your build. You are an individual, find what looks best on your body and what image you want to portray.
6. Bring a friend:
Bring someone with with you whose opinion you value and respect: a good friend, a spouse, a mentor. Hearing the candid comments from an important friend can assist you in your final call.
7. Know when to say no:
This is an important decision, so listen to your physician when he advises an implant is too large for your frame. Bigger is not always better!