Q: I would like a breast enlargment, but I'm nervous about the procedure and the final physical appearence. I was a D cup when I was younger, a EE cup when I was pregnant and now I am a small B. I would like a full C or D cup, is it possible to look natural, firm, but not stiff?
A: Changes over time in breast size are very common. With a breast augmentation, there are over 100 different options for shape, size, style, materials used, etc. Finding an implant that looks natural for you in either a C or D cup should not be a problem. Anyone can go to a C or D cup but the width of the breast, volume of breast tissue and amount of fat determine the possibility of issues.
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