Cup sizes vary between women. Some women are unfortunate enough to have small breasts that impact their self-esteem. If you feel your breasts are too small, an augmentation procedure can help. Breast augmentation is straightforward and can result in a beautiful outcome if handled by a skilled plastic surgeon like Dr. Bailey. If you want to increase your cup size, we welcome you to schedule your consultation at our Newport Beach office today.
What Causes Differences in Breast Size?
Several factors influence breast size, often combining to contribute to how your breasts develop. These factors include:
- Weight changes
- Pregnancy and breast-feeding
- Certain medical conditions
- A lack of breast tissue development
Common Issues With Small Breasts
Contrary to what many may think, having small breasts doesn’t impact breastfeeding after pregnancy. It can, however, have a tremendous impact on confidence. Women with small breasts could have trouble finding proper bras and clothing. They can also feel unhappy about their body shape overall.
Augmentation for Small Breasts
Breast augmentation can have a dramatic impact on your relationship with your body. The procedure is simple, implant safety is much improved, and the choice of implant shapes and sizes has never been better. During the augmentation, breast implants are inserted through either an incision around the lower border of the nipple (at the edge of the areola or pigmented area), an incision in the skin fold below the breast, or an incision in the armpit.
Every patient has different desires regarding size, shape, and incision placement. Dr. Bailey listens carefully to your goals to create a custom plan for your surgery.
You should be able to return to work in 2-3 days after the operation if the implants are above the muscle or 7-10 days if below. However, you must avoid strenuous activity for 2-6 weeks.
Schedule Surgery for Small Breasts in Orange County, CA
A breast augmentation procedure can dramatically improve the size and shape of your breasts. Dr. Bailey can perform this procedure here in Newport Beach. To learn what you can expect, simply fill out and submit the schedule form below or call our office by dialing (949) 650-6710.