Erick Sanchez, MD

6717 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Erick Sanchez, MD Plastic Surgery
Erick Sanchez, MD

6717 Perkins Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Are You Considering 350cc Breast Implants? Here's What to Expect

Doctor Holding Implant Photo

Are you unhappy with your body? There are some parts of your body that you can alter with the right diet and exercises. However, not everything can change like this.

If you think your breasts are too small or uneven, you may feel self-conscious in tight shirts or swimsuits. You don't have to keep your breasts the way they are because you can't change them through exercise.

350cc breast implants can give you the fuller and rounder chest you've always wanted. If you're considering getting breast augmentation, you may be nervous about the procedure.

But, don't worry, we're here to help. Keep reading to discover what to expect when you get 350cc breast implants.

You'll Answer a Variety of Questions

Are you feeling overwhelmed with all the options thrown your way? It can be hard to choose the right material (saline or silicone) and size to fit your body, but that's where your Board Certified plastic surgeon can help.

When setting up a consultation, keep in mind that they will ask you a lot of questions. 


They'll ask about your health to make sure you are a good candidate for implants and about the goals for your new breasts. Be sure to answer these questions honestly so you and your surgeon are on the same page.

This is also your chance to ask him questions. You may want to know what 350cc breast implants would look like on you or about any risks with the surgery.

Your Surgeon Will Take Measurements

Once you've discussed your goals and ideas for your breast augmentation, your plastic surgeon will need to take some measurements. This will help the two of you decide on an implant size that'll look natural on your body.

They'll also evaluate your chest and look at things like underlying masses, the bone anatomy of the chest, loose skin, and overall body shape. All these factors can come into play when planning for the perfect breast augmentation for you.

You'll Need to Keep an Open Mind

It's important to do plenty of research at home before meeting with your plastic surgeon. You'll want to have a solid idea of what you want and know what questions you want to ask before the consultation.

However, you should also prepare to compromise. Different factors can affect what is possible during a breast augmentation and what will look good on your body. You could come in with your heart set on 350cc breast implants, but your surgeon might advise you to go smaller at first.

While you shouldn't agree to something you're not happy with, know that plastic surgery is an art form. Your surgeon will help advise you on the best procedure for your body.

There Will Be Swelling at First

Alright, so you've gone to the consultation and settled on a plan, now it's time for the surgery. You'll be nervous and have tons of questions about what to expect after a breast augmentation surgery.

Like any surgery, there will be some swelling and bruising at first. You need to give your breasts about one to two weeks for the swelling to go down before you see the final results. During this time, you'll need to wear a special surgical support bra and you may experience pain or discomfort.

You'll Need to Take Some Time Off Work

Breast augmentation is a relatively easy procedure with fast recovery times. However, you should still plan to take some time off work - usually three to five days. Talk to your place of employment and let them know what's going on. Sometimes, you may need more than five days.

While your body is healing, it's recommended that you take it easy and get plenty of rest. One of the best things you can do is clean and go grocery shopping before your surgery. Take care of everything beforehand so you can relax. You won't want to worry about running errands a day after breast augmentation surgery.

A Full Recovery Takes Time

Although you should be ready to return to work in a few days, the healing process will not be complete by then. Healing takes up to four to six weeks after the surgery. So, what can you expect after breast surgery as your body is healing?

In two weeks, most people will be able to do a modest activity. However, you shouldn't partake in intense activities, like vigorous workouts, until the full healing period is over. 

After four to six weeks, you'll be able to go back to your normal life as if nothing ever happened.

They'll Look Natural

When you decide to get 350cc breast implants, you may worry about how they'll look on you. Will they be too big? Will people be able to tell they're fake?

You may even continue to worry after the surgery as the swelling can make them appear larger than planned. But, don't worry! Your plastic surgeon will help match you with the best implants. Together you'll decide on the best size and shape. This helps to guarantee the finished product will look natural and beautiful.

What to Expect When Getting 350cc Breast Implants

If you've been wanting breast implants for a while, you may have already done tons of research. Even after scouring the internet for information, you'll still have some questions and concerns. Follow our guide to learn and know what you should expect when getting 350cc breast implants.

Are you ready to take the plunge? Contact us today to set up a consultation.
 

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.