Member Login

Ask-An-Expert  >   >  I am a 34B now and ...


Default User Photo
Ooltewah, TN

I am a 34B now and what to reach a D cup. After visiting my PS he recommended 420cc implants. Is this a going to be a D cup for me?

Height 5'2"
Weight 130 lbs
Rib cage under breast 31"
Neck to Nipple 9"
Round smooth Saline implants

Doctors/Professionals Only
Regular Users/Non-Professionals
  Notify me when a doctor/professional or regular member answers this question
  Notify me only when a doctor/professional answers this question
Doctor/Professional Answers (1)   


Plastic surgeon
New York, NY
United States
View My Professional Profile
  That sounds too big.
March 7, 2009 5:25 PM

To go up 2 cup sizes for you, 300 to 350 cc's should be more than enough.

The best way to do this is to use a disposable implant sizer DURING surgery. Then the surgeon can try different (more)
Is this answer helpful? 0        0
Login to Vote

Learn more about

Member Comments (0)



Welcome to the Ask An Expert section of our website! Our network of board certified physicians can answer any questions that you may have regarding plastic surgery, skin care, dermatology and other conditions. Popular topics include tummy tuck, liposuction, rhinoplasty, acne scars, facelift, breast augmentation and more. This frequently asked questions section is opened to everyone and you need to set up an account with Makemeheal before you can ask your own question. This service is absolutely free and is available to those who are interested in learning more about a particular cosmetic procedure, treatment or product.

Before asking a question, we recommend you to browse through our existing collection of questions and answers to ensure that the question you want to ask have not already been answered by our highly experienced experts. This will help you save time and get an answer more quickly. When asking a new question, we recommend you to be very detailed so that our experts could formulate a more precise & professional answer.

Of course, this service is not a substitute for a doctor visit or a consultation with a plastic surgeon or cosmetic dermatologist. The answer you will find here only serve as initial directions of thoughts and not as specific instructions. You should remember that it is utterly important to consult a skilled specialist prior to scheduling any type of treatment in order to get acquainted with possible contraindications. Only a one-on-one meeting will enable your cosmetic surgeon to properly evaluate your condition, conduct examinations and explain their results.