Sideboob After a Breast Augmentation

What are your breast augmentation goals? Do you want a natural look, or hoping for killer cleavage? How about sideboob?!

Side what?

When you're just starting your Boobie Journey it's totally normal to not know what some of the words and phrases mean! It is, after all, like a whole new language.

To help you realize your breast augmentation goals, getting comfortable with the breast augmentation language is super important.

So, what is sideboob?

There are so many different thing to learn about breast implants on a Boobie Journey. In order to know what you want, you've got to know what things are first!

So what is sideboob? (Hint- the answer is in the question!)

Sideboob is the side edges of your breasts.

When women say they 'want sideboob' they mean they'd like the side edges of their breasts to go beyond the width of their chest.

How much sideboob is too much?

How much sideboob you like is just as personal a taste as every other part of breast aesthetics.

Too little... to much... just right.

So the 'Goldilocks' ("just right") of sideboob is something for you to decide for yourself.

Knowing your own preference could be an important part of your augmentation goals.

To find out what you like it's a good idea to get boob inspiration from boobie guides!

Can I get sideboob with breast implants?

Whether or not you can achieve your desired sideboob (or sideboob at all) is dependent on your existing anatomy, and your breast width diameter (BWD).

While there is no magic answer to how to get sideboob, if you have a wider breast naturally you seem to end up with fuller side boob with implants.

The other way to get sideboob is by opting for a breast implant that is slightly wider than your BWD.

 sideboob and breast implants

This isn't a hard and fast rule though! You should always discuss your goals with your plastic surgeon as only they can advise how best to achieve them.

Breast augmentation is an art, not a science!

As long as you communicate with your plastic surgeon (and be prepared to hear your anatomy may not give you your boob goals 100%) you're on the right road to a positive relationship with your new breasts.

Thoughts from Dr. Jeremy Pyle

I love and appreciate that Jenny teaches with such honesty. The key to sideboob goals is understanding that it is a very specific goal in a place (the breast) where the surgeon has to keep a lot of details in mind. If we go too far towards one goal, we may be sacrificing other things.

Standing in front of a mirror with your surgeon should help both you and your surgeon know what is possible and how best to achieve it.