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Big breast implants are the subject of much controversy and debate in America. There are many reasons you may want to choose big breast implants, but you will want to consider seriously all of the possible ways they may impact your life.

For this discussion, we are referring to big breast implants as those implants that will increase your breast size to a D cup or larger. The most popular breast implant size increases a breast size to a C cup in breast augmentation. Women are, however, reportedly choosing D cups or larger in increasing numbers.

Is a D cup breast size or larger right for you?

While the average sized breast implant is approximately 350cc in volume, breast implants are made in sizes much larger such as 700cc, 850cc, 1000cc breast implants and larger. As a general note, implant sizes greater than 550cc will usually result in breast sizes greater than a D cup. The actual breast implant size you will need to achieve your desired size depends much on your body type.

Big breast implants have been popularized by celebrity women who are actors, entertainers, and models. For these women the motivation for choice in breast implant size may be quite different from your own. A celebrity may benefit from a larger breast size for many reasons:

* Being on stage or on a movie screen, the breasts of a celebrity will not necessarily appear as large or appealing as they would up close and in real life. Bigger breasts will tend to stand out on the screen and gain attention.

* Bigger breasts will spark controversy. Celebrities like Selma Hayek, Angela Jennings, Jodie Marsh have gained significant notoriety and public attention in part due to the size of their breasts.

* Big breasts may be the difference on whether or not an actor, entertainer, or model gets the desired role or job that they are seeking.

If you are not in such a profession, your motivation for big breast implants may be completely different. For you, the choice may be more related to your own aesthetic sense regarding your breast size as it relates to your body type. Or perhaps you may have always dreamed of having big, voluptous breast and want to take advantage of modern breast augmentation procedures. Take caution in being too inspired by celebrity breast sizes as they might be perfect for their profession, but may not necessarily be desirable to you in everyday life.

Big Breast Implant Considerations

If you are considering big breast implants, some of the things you will want to consider include:

* Attention. Big breasts get attention not only from your family, friends, co-workers, but from the public in general. Surprisingly soon after you get your breast implants, people will tend to forget that you have breast implants and simply accept them as your own breasts. If you are comfortable with attention to your new breast size, big breast implants may be right for you.

* Clothing. The type and style of your fashions will change. Ideal apparel for big breasts is significantly different from that designed for smaller breasts. Your choices in bras will become somewhat limited as well, especially if you choose a breast size of DD or larger.

* Your Body. Bigger breasts will impact your body. Women with larger breasts sometimes report back problems resulting from the weight of their breasts.. Your breast tissue and skin will also stretch so that if you desire to reduce your breast size later, the new breast implant procedure wil be more difficult and will likely result in scarring. Additionally, the weight of a big breast implant can may cause the entire breast to sag under the weight of the breast implant.

* Breast implant profile. If the base diameter of your breast is narrower than your desired breast implant it can impact your arm movement. Choosing a higher profile big breast implant may be necessary in this case.

* Subsequent Surgery. The most common reason women require subsequent operations is to change their breast implant size. However, doctors often say it is usually to increase the breast size.

Try On Big Breast Implants Before Surgery

You should try on larger breast implant sizes before you undergo the surgery. A major change in your body may have some unexpected and undesired results which could prove to be disappointing to you after breast augmentation. For example, Real Housewives star, Tamra Barney, opted to reduce her breast implant size from a D cup to C cup after she received unwanted public attention to her breasts.

By test driving big breast implants before your breast augmentation you may prevent such an issue. The Purlz Breast Sizing System allows you to wear big breast implant sizers, while still looking and feeling natural. By your own experience you may decide whether or not big breast implants are right for you.

Some women have reported that they have worn the system out in a shopping mall on a weekend, just to see how they feel about themselves with big breast implants. Others have worn them throughout the day and evening, even sleeping with them on to see how they feel. If they like the feeling and the new attention to their breasts it gives them confidence to opt for bigger breast implants than a C cup.

Before you decide on big breast implants you will need to meet with your plastic surgeon to decide how they will be a possibility for you given your body type. Consider thoroughly how your desire for big breasts will change throughout your life. If after wearing the breast sizing system and talking with your doctor you still prefer a D cup or larger, big breast implants may be right for you.

Breast Aug Info is a blog for L.W. Gatz for women considering breast augmentation.

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