‘Standard’ Breast Augmentation Explained

Breast Augmentation is one of the most common plastic surgery procedures performed today, satisfying women who wish to enhance their breasts and restore balance to their figures.

‘Standard’ Breast Augmentation

A ‘Standard’ Breast Augmentation is when the candidate has “twin breasts”, meaning the breasts match and are absent of any asymmetry, different size and shapes, no level of ptosis (sagging), undeveloped or tuberous breasts. The surgery will be uncomplicated and either Round or Tear Drop Implants can be used. Final decision on implants and size will be decided at the time of consultation and examination with the surgeon.

Best Candidates for Breast Augmentation Surgery

Women who are in good physical condition, at their ideal weight, healthy and have realistic expectations of the surgery and outcome are the best candidates for Breast Augmentation surgery. There are other reasons for Breast Augmentation or Boob Jobs besides just wanting to make improvements to your body in terms of breast size. Many women have such surgery to balance their breasts when one is larger than the other, however, not everyone is a good candidate for a standard breast augmentation procedure.

I want surgery but not sure if I’m standard or not?

If you are interested in proceeding with surgery in Australia (or Thailand), please complete our Online Assessment Form (and upload clear images as per instructions) to obtain an obligation free pre screening and Surgical Recommendation. One of our CosMediTour Representatives will then get in touch with you to discuss surgery options.

See our Educational Blog ‘Which Breast Procedure is Suitable for me?‘ For more information about alternative breast surgery procedures

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Written by Christyna Kruczaj

Director at CosMediTour.CosMediTour is a Medical Tourism Agency based on the Gold Coast, Australia, promoting plastic surgery and dental treatments to Thailand & Australia.

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