Should breasts llook the same after boob job?

Mostly, yes! No woman starts with absolutely symmetrical breasts--measurements prove that! but most women look (and a few measure) much more closely after surgery, so every patient needs to understand that if asymmetry is severe, nice improvements can be made. If symmetry is quite close, we do our best to keep it that way, but swelling, healing, scar formation, and other factors can make exact symmetry rare!
Yes and no . There is only a limit to how much you can change a person'a appearance so they shouldnotlook that different but if enlarging, reducing, or lifting, your breasts should look different enough to achieve the realistic goals discussed pre-operatively.
Breast Symmetry. 100% of women have some degree of asymmetry between their breasts. We utilize advanced 3d imaging to assess and characterize these asymmetries before your surgery and try to correct them as much as possible. Ultimately your healing and natural anatomic variations will determine how symmetrical we can get you after your breast augmentation.

Related Questions

I am getting a boob job done. Do guys prefer firm or soft breasts?

Dont worry about it! One of the complications of breast implants is hardening of the scar tissue around the implants. Natural breasts are soft. You should (in my opinion) not worry about what "guys" prefer, but rather seek a result that is natural and proportional to the rest of your body. Trying to cram an implant into a chest without adequate room for it is a recipe for disaster. Read more...
Soft is natural! You shouldn't be undergoing surgery for anyone other than yourself, but soft pretty breasts are the most natural. Most partners prefer natural over "baywatch" hard round coconut-like breasts, but some women like this look, which occurs with capsular contracture. Trust me, you don't want that! get a good abps-certified plastic surgeon, have good surgery, and the rest will happen on it own. Honest! Read more...
Personal matter. Do not do your boob job because how men like it. Do it the way you like them to feel. They will like it no matter what. Read more...
Men are simple. They'll be happy with whatever you pick out. Get what you want, not what you think someone else will want. Read more...

Can health insurance cover some of the costs for a boob job because my breasts are very uneven?

Yes , reason is. it is a medical problem , large breast is the cause of severe disabling back pains , if you prove this medical documentation most of the time reduction mammoplasty (breast reduction ) is covered . Correcting uneven breast is cosmetic procedure which is not covered . Read more...

What should I do to make breast larger without getting boob job?

Not many options. The usual ways are 1. Breast implants surgery 2. Fat injections in to the breasts other ways --- (minimal amounts ?) 1. Suction devices applied to the breasts 2. Wait gain (?). Read more...
Not much. You can gain weight, but that is not generally a healthy way to increase size. Suction devices only temporarily increase size. Hormonal treatments are not safe. Fat injections require liposuction to harvest the fat, which is surgery. Read more...
Sorry... Currently, there isn't a good non-surgical method. The brava, a suction-based device for breast enlargement, had disappointing results when used by itself. There are no creams, pills or other methods that work. Read more...

If you have a boob job can you still breast feed a babu?

Absolutely. Whether the implants are placed just behind the breast or partially under the pectoralis major muscle, there should be no interference with nursing. Read more...
Yes. Breast feeding is certainly possible after breast augmentation, since the implant is placed either behind the breast tissue or behind the chest muscles without affecting the milk ducts. Read more...
Yes but. In theory it is possible. However, if you had small breasts and have had large implants for years, some of your breast tissue may have atrophied and not produce milk. Otherwise, you should be ok. This being said, not every woman is able to breast feed , even those with no implants. Read more...
Yes... In most cases, this is possible. Best if the implants are behind the muscle, and the incision is in the crease under the breast. The milk is still safe for your baby, even if you have silicone-gel implants. Read more...

It could be possible that a boob job affect the chances of developing breast cancer?

No influence. Getting breast implants does not increase your chances of getting breast cancer as has been shown by multiple large clinical trials. One of the factors though in developing breast cancer is breast size i.e. Larger natural breast size will have higher risk of breast cancer that is why in men the incidence of breast cancer is lower as they have lower initial breast tissue volume. Read more...
No. Breast implants are not related to breast cancer risk. They have not been shown to increase the rate of breast cancer. Read more...

I am 17 and I have severe breast asymmetry. Am I able to get a boob job?

Surgery possible. Severe asymmetry is not likely to auto-correct and I have done surgery on women in this age range. See an experienced plastic surgeon. You may need different sized implants, a reduction/breast lift or a combination. Read more...

Can I get a mammogram even if I have had a boob job? Does someone with breast impants still need to get mammograms?

Absolutely! . Absolutely! every woman after age 40 should have a yearly screen mammogram based on guidelines from the american college of radiology. The breast implants do not affect your chances of developing breast cancer. One in eight women develop breast cancer during her lifetime with or without implants. Mammograms on women with breast implants include a couple of additional views called implant displaced views. In these views, the mammography technologist positions the breasts in such a way that the implant is displaced and most of the breast tissue is not obscured by the implant. Implants do make it more difficult to evaluate the breasts using mammography, but mammography is still the screening method of choice. Read more...
Absolutely yes! Having a breast augmentation does not reduce your chance of gettin breast cancer (nor increase it). You must find a radiology dr and radiographer who are comfortable in both taking, an rwading mammograms of women who have had breat implants. Read more...
Yes. Not all of breast tissue is visualized on any mammogram and that percentage goes up a little after implant placement; however, a majority of the breast is visualized and screenings should be done as indicated by your symptoms and medical history indicate. Read more...
Yes and yes. You just need to inform the technician that you have implants so they use a different technique. Having breast implants dose not prevent breast cancer so you will need to be screened as any other woman. Read more...
Yes and Yes. You should continue with self breast exams and mammograms, despite having undergone breast augmentation. Breast implants will interfere with mammograms, less so when placed in the sub muscular position as opposed to the sub glandular position. Mammographers will use a “displacement” technique in order to visualize as much breast tissue as possible. Read more...
Yes. And yes. Your implants do not decrease the chance of getting cancer(or increase it). Accuracy of mammo is not significantly decreased, but twice as many views will need to be done because special implant displacement views are necessary. Read more...

I'm turning 18 soon and would like breast implants as a graduation present. I have been a 34a for 4 years now. Am I too young to get a boob job?

Breast augmentation. There is no age for when you are allowed to get an augmentation for cosmetic reasons. There is an age for the ability to get silicone implants 23 years old. Most surgeons won't perform breast augmentation on women until they are at least 18 so they can give their own consent. Speak to a board certified plastic surgeon to see if you are a candidate. Read more...
Legitimate question. The fact that you're asking the question shows that you are taking a mature and thoughtful approach to this serious question. The decision to have augmentation with implants carries a long term commitment. Statistically speaking, approximately 25% of women will require additional surgery at 10 yrs for a variety of reasons. I encourage you to discuss options, risks and benefits with your surgeon. Read more...
Surgery not a gift. I wouldn't down play the risks and consider this a present. Since you have given adequate time to assess your growth curve, it is now a reasonable time to discuss the alternatives and your long term plans and expectations with a board certified plastic surgeon. Silicone implants are recommended by the fda for patients 22 years or older. Be aware of the need for future surgeries as well. Read more...