I wanted to be able to wear nice dresses and feel sexy and womanly. So for me the decision came with age.

Caitlin, 30

I was never blessed with breasts, so after my second child, I decided to treat myself to a breast augmentation. Apart from my breasts, I’ve always been really lucky with my figure – I’m a size 8, and I’ve an athletic build without the need to exercise. I’ve always been able to eat pretty much what I like without putting on weight. I never really minded being the skinny flat chested one on the beach as my flat chest matched my figure and my dress sense, as throughout my 20’s I lived in leggings and oversized vests and t-shirts.

Fast-forward a few years though, and with my 30th birthday approaching, something inside me changed. I didn’t want to be the skinny flat-chested one anymore – I wanted to have breasts and be able to wear nice dresses and feel sexy and womanly. So for me the decision came with age.

I researched lots of manufacturers and physicians, and went for a number of consultations. Physicians recommended Nagor and another brand. The reviews were equally as positive so I made my final decision based on price. I also liked that Nagor were manufactured locally and came with a lifetime warranty.

I turned 30 on Thursday and had my surgery on Friday and it’s the best decision I ever made.

I chose Nagor as I felt they were the softest and offered the best size-wise. I’m now 10 weeks post op and I love them so much I wish I had done it sooner and not spent years wishing and wondering what it would be like. My confidence went through the roof. I’m getting married in May next year, and can now wear the dress of my dreams as I have boobs to hold it up!

I was dreading turning 30, but it has given me a new lease of life and I’m looking forward to the new chapter that is my 30s..

We’re sharing these stories to help you make an informed decision about surgery. Your personal results will depend on your natural breasts, frame and individual circumstances. Changing your shape can make a big difference to your confidence, but remember surgery can only change the size and shape of your breasts.
The rest is up to the new, more shapely you.