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Dolly turned 71 earlier this year and she has long been loud and proud about her boob job. If it’s time for you to follow her lead, here’s what you need to know about breast augmentation.

Saline or Silicone?

If you want to have lovely results that you can enjoy for years and years just like Dolly herself, you’ll need to do a little planning before your breast augmentation. One of the first decisions to make will be whether you want saline or silicone implants.

Generally speaking, silicone is going to give you a more natural look and feel, especially if you’re currently a member of the itty bitty titty club. Silicone implants will require an MRI to detect a rupture, so if this is a concern for you, saline may be the way to go.

To Texture or Not to Texture?

One of the advantages of textured implants is that they are firmer and tend to hold their shape better than smooth implants. Smooth implants, on the other hand, can help you get a little more “jiggly” with it.

Believe it or not, you can texture your implants if you so choose, but no one will be able to tell.

High, Medium or Low?

Profile, that is. A high profile will have the narrowest base and stick out the farthest from your chest, and a low profile will have the widest base and the least projection. A moderate profile is right in the middle.

If all of these breast enhancement choices sound like a lot to cover on your own, don’t sweat it. Talk to your cosmetic surgeon to help you make the best decisions and start you on the road to your very own Dolly Parton-esque girls.