When you hear the words breast implants, do you immediately think of fake boobs? You’re not alone.
In the 90s we saw Pamela Anderson. In the 2000s we saw Heidi Montag and Victoria Beckham. These were not women that got an all-natural look from their boob jobs. But the technology and techniques have come a long way over the last 20 years.
If you want to increase the size of your bust, and still keep a natural look, here is how you can do it.
Look For the Success Stories
A successful procedure always starts with finding the right surgeon. They need to understand exactly what you want. More importantly, they need to prove that they can provide it. They should be able to show you plenty of breast augmentation before and after pictures to show you the great work they’ve done.
Dr. Peter Bray is a 15-year veteran of breast augmentation and breast lift surgery in Toronto. He says that, “When you want to get a room redone, or get some landscaping done, you will probably ask to see before and after pictures. You want to speak to someone that’s had that service provided.”
“I think that mentality is even more important with cosmetic treatments.”
Be sure to find a surgeon with a proven track record of amazing results.
Choose the Size
You obviously want to enhance the size of your bust. But you need to keep your frame and natural gait in mind. If you go too big, that’s the first step towards looking unnatural.
This is another area where your would-be surgeon should be able to advise you. They should be able to show you what will work on your unique body. They may also be able to show you exactly how it will look with 3D imaging technology.
Choose the Material
One of the most crucial technical advances we have seen in recent years was the perfection of the cohesive gel “gummy bear” implant. Unlike previous generations of implants, these teardrop-shaped implants look, move, and feel like natural breasts.
Or you could opt for a fat transfer breast augmentation. This procedure would take the natural fat from other parts of your body and redistribute it in your breasts to give you more volume, with a natural contour and feel.
Choose the Placement
Placement is also absolutely crucial to the natural look.
Fake-looking breasts often sit too high and create an unnatural silhouette. They can also be too close together or too far apart. When they are too far apart, you can look a bit likeTori Spelling did after her boob job. Or, if they’re too close together (even when not wearing a bra) you can get the so-called uni-boob.
As you can see, there are a lot of questions to answer during the planning stage. The most important part of a natural-looking boob job is the decisions that are made long before the actual surgery.
So, if you’re interested in breast augmentation, be sure to find the right surgeon and ask the right questions!