36D and You'd never know!, October 9, 2011, 5:39 pm
In the 8 years since my surgery, almost no one has ever suspected I had breast implants--not men, not women. I decided to visit Dr. Taylor after researching him online. I read reviews and looked for before and after pics of women like myself, looking to go from a B to C or D--a modest procedure that would lift my self-esteem after breast feeding left my chest deflated. I was blown away by his pics, and by the naturalness of the work he did. I wasn't looking to have a stripper chest, or to have the whole world know what I had done-- I just wanted to feel more confident naked and fit into my size clothing on the top and bottom. I took several photos to Dr. Taylor of what I felt looked like ideal chests and he was relieved that I wanted to go for a natural profile, natural height, and natural spacing of the implants on my fairly wide rib cage. Although i wanted a C-cup, he convinced me that a D-cup would be more proportionate and natural looking, given my measurements. He made me feel very comfortable with the whole process, and given the women working in his clinic--also his clients--I became convinced that this guy knew what he was doing and would not make me regret surgery. Sure enough, I was immediately pleased with the procedure, and even as I have since gained and lost weight, I have never regretted my decision to have surgery, nor to have chosen such a professional aesthetic surgeon. I sometimes see celebrities that have really bad plastic surgery and think how could a regular girl like me have such an amazing surgeon, while these people who spend their lives in the spotlight were clearly ripped off. I was lucky to have Dr. Taylor nearby when I had the first operation, and more fortunate to still be in the area because when it's time for the implants to be replaced in a couple of years, there's only one person I will even consider. I LOVE Dr. Thomas Taylor, and he's made me a very, very happy and satisfied woman!!