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Ask An Expert > Douglas Senderoff Message Board > I am a 36 DD and wanting to be a 36 B my dr. said he can not promise i will be a B more like a B/C why is that i am not worrying i will not see a diff
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I am a 36 DD and wanting to be a 36 B my dr. said he can not promise i will be a B more like a B/C why is that i am not worrying i will not see a diff
i just want to be B and really see a difference and make sure this surgery is worth it but he will not say that i will be a B but that i will see a difference now i am worried


 



drweinstein
Plastic surgeon
Chester, NJ
United States
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Breast Reduction  October 23, 2009 11:25 AM

As a DD, to be reduced safely to half your size would probably be a C cup. One should be interested in being proportional, perky, relieved from back, shoulder and neck pain. I can usually predict a probable breast cup size on a select pateint. We don't make bras we make beautiful proportional breasts.
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doug2
Plastic surgeon
new york, NY
United States
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breast reduction  October 26, 2009 7:19 AM

Your surgeon is trained to know what size would be best for you. To be reduced from a DD to a C cup is about half the size. This will absolutely be a nice change for you. Your surgeon is an expert proportion and I am sure he/she is taking this into consideration.


drpousti
Plastic surgeon
La Jolla, CA
United States
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Breast Reduction  October 26, 2009 1:36 PM

It is very difficult to predict the exact cup size you will be after surgery. The reason for this is because every bra manufacturer is very different. However, if you are requesting to be a B cup, going from a DD, you should see a significant change in size. It will be a very dramatic result but yes, you may be between a B/C cup.


sweetewater1979
  February 20, 2011 11:55 AM

i am 36 d.and doctor tell me that it will be a good fit for me a reduction for 36 b.i still thinking tha't 2 small for me


docblinski
Plastic surgeon
Miami, FL
United States
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  February 21, 2011 4:11 AM

Maybe you need to see another boarded surgeon in your area. I would. If my patient wants a B cup I do everything possible to achieve her satisfaction. From MIAMI Dr. darryl j. Blinski




 



 

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