It totally helps to understand the anatomy of the breast when you're planning an augmentation surgery. After all, implants are not just about increasing the size of your bust! It's about the shape of your breasts too.
Your existing breast tissue (as in, what you have before you get implants placed) is kind of a big deal. After assessing your existing breast anatomy, your surgeon then puts this together with your augmentation goals and comes up with the best breast implant and surgical options for you.
How you want your breasts to look following a breast augmentation is unique to you, but there are 3 things all women thinking about breast implants should consider when deciding which look is best for them.
Tuberous breasts are pretty common, but it's easy to feel self conscious when your breasts look so different from everyone else's. Learn here how breast implants can help change the shape of tuberous breasts.