Choosing Your Breast Size with Vectra 3D

One of the most difficult questions women face when it comes to breast augmentation is “which breast size is right for me?” There are many important factors to consider when it comes to enhancing your breast size, but it isn’t a decision you will make alone! Dr. Berman offers his expert opinion with the help of Vectra 3D imaging to make sure you are making an informed decision that you will be happy with.

What is Vectra 3D?

Vectra 3D is an advanced imaging system involving the use of several cameras placed at different angles around the patient. When these images are combined, a three-dimensional model is created of your breasts. This allows Dr. Berman to give you a more accurate visual of your expected results based on the decisions you make.

Factors to consider when choosing your breast size

Whether you want a subtle increase to your breasts or a more dramatic enhancement, there are several factors to keep in mind first! Dr. Berman will examine the strength and elasticity of your breast skin. Dr. Berman will only recommend the breast size that can be placed safely without damaging the skin. Your natural body type should also be considered. Those with smaller figures might want to remain with smaller breast implant sizes to maintain a proportionate figure. You should also consider your lifestyle. If you are a very active person and enjoy activities like jogging or swimming, you may not want overly large breasts in the way.

How Vectra 3D can help

Looking at before and after images in 2D can be beneficial when getting an idea of what the breast augmentation can do for you. However, with Vectra 3D, you can receive an even more accurate idea by looking at your actual breasts from every angle. Dr. Berman can then put information into the imaging system in order to simulate the changes you can expect based on the implant size you choose.

You don’t have to guess what your breast augmentation results will look like. With Vectra 3D, you can get an accurate view of your breasts at your consultation. Contact our office and schedule your consultation with Dr. Berman to get started.