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Breast Augmentation Visualization Tool

We’re so excited to introduce our new Breast Augmentation Visualization Tool!

We know that choosing a procedure is overwhelming, and we want you to feel confident in your decision. That’s why we developed this tool: It allows you to see what your new breasts will look like, before and after surgery.

Here are the steps of using the tool:

  1. Upload a photo of yourself without make-up or any other changes
  2. Adjust the size, shape, and position of your breasts in the photo using our simple interface
  3. See how your new breasts will look like with different sizes and shapes of implants

In this article we will discuss about is there an app to see what i would look like with breast implants and how to choose breast size for augmentation

Breast Augmentation Visualization Tool

The Mentor® Breast Implant Simulator serves as a tool to visualize patient results. These results are an example of how MENTOR® Breast Implants may transform your body. However, actual results may vary. Please be sure to discuss with your doctor your surgical expectations.

If after using the Mentor® Breast Implant Simulator, you have some questions or concerns, please visit our Breast Implant safety Information page to learn more about silicone and saline implants.

We welcome any feedback or concerns that you might have after using the Mentor® Breast Implant Simulator, but please note that we cannot answer specific questions about cases. We encourage you to contact a plastic surgeon in your area for more information regarding plastic surgery results.

Important Safety Information: The MENTOR® Collection of Breast Implants are indicated for breast augmentation – in women who are at least 18 years old for MENTOR® MemoryGel® Breast Implants, MENTOR®CPG™ Breast Implants, or MENTOR® Saline Breast Implants. Breast implant surgery should not be performed in women:

  • With active infection anywhere in their body
  • With existing cancer or pre-cancer of their breast who have not received adequate treatment for those conditions
  • Who are currently pregnant or nursing

Safety and effectiveness have not been established in patients with autoimmune diseases (for example lupus and scleroderma), a weakened immune system, conditions that interfere with wound healing and blood clotting, or reduced blood supply to breast tissue. Patients with a diagnosis of depression, or other mental health disorders, should wait until resolution or stabilization of these conditions prior to undergoing breast implantation surgery.

There are risks associated with breast implant surgery. You should be aware that breast implants are not lifetime devices and breast implantation may not be a one-time surgery. The chance of developing complications increases over time. You may need additional unplanned surgeries on your breasts because of complications or unacceptable cosmetic outcomes. Many of the changes to your breast following implantation are irreversible (cannot be undone) and breast implants may affect your ability to breastfeed, either by reducing or eliminating milk production.

Breast implants are not lifetime devices and breast implantation may not be a one-time surgery. The most common complications for breast augmentation with MemoryGel® Implants include any reoperation, capsular contracture, nipple sensation changes, and implant removal with or without replacement. The most common complications with CPG™ Breast Implants for breast augmentation include reoperation for any reason, implant removal with or without replacement, and ptosis. A lower risk of complication is rupture. The health consequences of a ruptured silicone gel breast implant have not been fully established. MRI screenings are recommended three years after initial implant surgery and then every two years after to detect silent rupture. Breast implants are also associated with the risk of breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), an uncommon type of lymphoma. An individual’s risk of developing BIA-ALCL with MENTOR® Breast Implants is low based on the incidence of worldwide cases.

Detailed information regarding the risks and benefits associated with MENTOR® Breast Implants is provided in several educational brochures, including the ‘Important Information for Woman Considering Breast Implants’ brochure, and the ‘Making an Informed Decision’ brochure. These brochures are available from your surgeon or visit It is important that you read and understand these brochures when considering MENTOR® Breast Implants.

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Your Personalized Breast Augmentation Before and After solution.

Are you struggling to find before and after breast augmentation photos that match you? The Mentor® Breast Implant Simulator is a tool designed to help you visualizing your desired outcome which can be discussed with your surgeon.

Simply upload (or capture) your own body photo and use the Mentor® Breast Simulator to manipulate your breast image to your desired look.

3 easy steps to visualize your desired breast augmentation outcome:

  • You can upload or capture your own photo or choose a sample image closest to your body type.
  • Choose one of the overlays available: Subtle, Noticeable, Enhanced or Voluminous.
  • Click on Configure button to adjust the overlay to the body.
  • Click on Enhance to adjust the breast to your desired looks.
  • And click on download to save the image so you can share your desired look with your surgeon!

If you’re considering breast augmentation, it can be helpful to visualize different sizes and shapes. At the top of this page, you can test out different implant sizes by clicking “Next” and selecting from the dropdown menu. After selecting a size up to 800cc, you’ll see what your current cup size would be if you chose that breast implant type (silicone or saline). Then use the radio buttons to select whether you want small or large breasts. A white circle on the right will indicate your current cup size, and a black circle in that area of the graph will indicate what size breast implants you chose.

At the top of this page, you can test out different breast implant sizes.

At the top of this page, you can test out different breast implant sizes. You can adjust the size of your breasts by clicking and dragging the arrows underneath each breast until they look just right. If you have a hard time choosing between saline and silicone, check out our article on how to decide between them!

Is There An App To See What I Would Look Like With Breast Implants

The Natrelle 3D Breast Visualizer app is powered by Crisilax and let’s women ‘try on’ different size breast implants to choose the look that’s right for them. Image results are for simulation only and may not reflect actual outcomes.

How To Choose Breast Size For Augmentation

How to Determine the Right Breast Implant Size

The decision to undergo breast augmentation or reconstruction is a personal patient decision. Each woman has different reasons for seeking the procedure, such as wanting a larger size, helping the breasts look as they did before pregnancy and breastfeeding, and reconstructing the breasts after a mastectomy.

It is important for patients to understand the difference between a breast augmentation and a breast lift before inquiring about surgery. Augmentation increases the size of the breasts or makes them more symmetrical while a lift is intended to restore perkiness to sagging breasts.

Consultation for Breast Augmentation Surgery

Patients should have a good idea of the breast size they desire before meeting with a plastic surgeon for a personal consultation. During this session, the doctor will most likely determine the patient’s actual anatomy by measuring the following:

  • Broadness of the patient’s chest
  • Base width of the patient’s breasts
  • Distance between breasts
  • Skin laxity or looseness, which refers to having enough tissue to cover the implant
  • Breast symmetry

These measurements allow the plastic surgeon to select the ideal breast size that the patient would like to achieve with surgery.

Volume is More Helpful Than Bra Size

Many patients have an idea of the bra size they would like to wear in the future, but this isn’t always a helpful goal. This is due to the fact that a cup size A from one bra manufacturer may be a cup size C from another.

The best way to determine the desired volume for breast augmentation surgery is by speaking in terms of cubic centimeters. This can range from 120 to 850. The patient’s body and tissue type should be considered when suggesting the ideal cubic centimeters for surgery. However, the differences are not as large as a patient might assume. A breast size that is 300 cubic centimeters is really only two ounces less than one that is 360 cubic centimeters.

Implants that are too large for the body to handle can cause thinning of the skin, excessive stretching, and pain, all of which can lead to the need to have breast implants removed.

WMHS Plastic Surgery has a breast sizing system that allows the patient to try on various sizes to determine what they like best.

Choosing the Best Breast Implant Profile

After selecting the volume of implant and whether it should contain saline or silicone gel, the next step is to choose the most attractive profile. The plastic surgeon should advise the patient whether a high, moderate, or low profile will look most attractive. High volume means that the implant has more volume contained in a narrower width. Low volume means just the opposite. A woman’s height and chest broadness are major factors to consider in the implant profile decision.

Texture and Shape Are Additional Considerations

The surface of an implant can be either textured or smooth. When breast augmentation first became available, most plastic surgeons used textured implants due to their low risk of causing scar tissue around the site of the implant. Today, many doctors find that smooth implants offer the same benefit. Both offer the same feel of natural breast tissue as well.

Breast implants can be either circular or shaped like a teardrop. Round implants project a size increase on both the lower and upper parts of the breast. While a teardrop-shaped implant is technically more anatomically correct, it must be textured to prevent unwanted rotation after surgery.

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