Breast implants were originally conceived to give women with either flat or just-shy-of flat chests enhanced curves. However, that certainly doesn’t mean that there are any laws against implants for the more amply endowed.
We definitely don’t want to encourage anyone to go for the classic Dolly Parton look if that’s not what you want, but there are a few occasions where larger breast implants might be appropriate.
When You Want a Voluptuously Curvy Figure
If you have especially round hips topped by a tiny waist and an incongruous AA cup, you might consider slightly larger-than-average breast implants for the sake of symmetry, and even a little drama. When your inner Marilyn Monroe is just dying to come out and play, breast implants could be just the ticket.
When You Have a Large Frame
Ladies who are broad shouldered and/or have a wide rib cage might need larger implants just because that’s what’s necessary to balance your natural proportions. A C cup might look enormous on a 5’0″ woman, but if you’re 5’11”, a C cup isn’t especially alarming.
When You Just Want Big Knockers…
Even if you already have big boobs, maybe you just want ’em bigger! And to that we say, why the heck not. Remember, if you want to increase an already large bust size, it’s crucial to have a consultation with a well-respected plastic surgeon who’s familiar with larger breast implants, as there’s a possibility of increased complications. Really listen to your surgeon’s advice and consider all of your options and then, if you still want beach ball-sized gazongas, go for it!
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