Breast Surgery Patient of the Month
Breast Surgery Patient

Surgery PatientAugmentation PatientImplant PatientPlastic Surgery Patient

Name: Megz Bust: 34 D
Waist: 24 Hips: 34
Height: 5'6 Weight: 110
Personal Goals: - Photograph the world - Accomplish becoming a successful tattoo artist - be a wonderful mother like my mom - visit space
Pet Peeves: Those who do wrong to my family or to anyone who intentionally hurts people with their actions, bad drivers and cruelty to animals.
Perfect day: : EVERYDAY! Waking up next to the love of my life. Getting a daily phone call from my mom. Creating a new art piece, recording a new song in the studio. Staring at the stars, searching the skies, all with my love beside me a glass of vino in hand.
Personal Style:Jeans, itty bitty tanks and tees (anything to show my ink, as my skin is my canvas), and going bra- less more often to show off my piercings LOL ( well around the house anyway)
Hobbies:Tattoo art, singing, animals, NASA, martial arts (1st degree Taekwondo), Japanese language and culture, video games, Greek and Egyptian mythology, wine and dreaming.
Inspiration: My mom hands down! She is the most beautiful and brilliant person I’ve known. Like I said I can only aspire to be just like her. Also my Beau….thank you for helping me take back my faith, when I’ve been without if for so long and for always making me feel so loved and beautiful. I love you so very much, immortally so.
Three Most Important Things to Me:
1. Family (I wouldn’t be me without their influence throughout my life.)
2. My Beau ( for showing me that soul mates do exist)
3. Friends (for the few I do keep, you’ve been with me through heaven and hell, I’ll love you forever!)

Wow where to begin? Are you ready for a novel? First off, the person I am today after my breast augmentation is FAR from the girl I was 10 years ago, even 5 years ago. Not that I’m going to say that enlarging my breasts made me a better person no. What I will confidently say is that changing my outer shell to fit my personality within was one of the BEST decisions I have ever made. To give me my confidence that I hadn’t felt since I was a young girl in elementary school…before all the trials and tribulations of growing up started.

I was the scrawny, pale, flat chested girl that everyone loved to look at and pick on. I had nicknames such as,”Ant bites and Ant hills”. LOL. Though I can say I am proud of my Orange County upbringing, I can honestly say that I did not find peace until after I graduated from High School.

As I got older, the men I chose in the past were always the wrong choice, and to add to my own demise, they added that little tidbit of insecurity that was just enough to send me into self hate and self mutilation. In the past I felt like I was nothing.

Moving forward right before my 19th Birthday after years of research, I finally had my breast implants done with Dr. Corbin. After one year of researching different surgeons, techniques, risks etc, I was ready to take that next step in my life.

Of course, my insecurities did not vanish the moment I had larger breasts. This personal growth and awakening would not take place until I continued confidently to grow as a person. Though, as I taught myself how to feel, how to let go, and how to be comfortable in my own skin, I learned that it was not the opinion of others that mattered, it was my own opinion that mattered the most.

After My breast augmentation, my sister and two of my best friends also chose Dr. Corbin as their plastic surgeon after they saw me. That should say a lot!

Myself, and my loved one, couldn’t thank Dr. Corbin enough…for helping me take the next step into becoming a confident woman that I am today…and Corinne… there are no words that I can say, nor any gift I could give, to repay you for the joy and self worth I feel right now, at this moment.

Thank you both so much. You are always in my thoughts and throughout the future, I only hope to always smile, and show the world the gift you have given me, and not just the beautiful breasts on the outside, but the changes on the inside as well.

Cheers, Megz