Model finally happy with boobs after spending £72k on 7 ops that ‘mangled’ chest

Model finally happy with boobs after spending £72k on 7 ops that ‘mangled’ chest

04/24/2021

A model has warned about the dangers of plastic surgery after spending £72,000 on boob jobs that “mangled” her breasts.

Calista Melissa Mingst, from Dallas, Texas, has been going under the knife since she was 24.

As a young woman, she was self conscious about her natural 30D bust and wanted it bigger.

The 40-year-old revealed: “My 30Ds ended up looking less than half full.

“Boobs are important but I wanted to keep my tight, slinky figure and decided to have them stuffed.

“I’ve always been a big boob girl at heart but I knew nothing about boobs back then.”

Calista enhanced her curves to 30DD with 300cc implants.

But when she moved to LA for work in 2008, she decided to go under the knife again.

After losing 40lbs in weight, her breasts got smaller so she boosted them to 30G with 1100cc saline implants.

The former dental assistant was pleased with the results initially – but her right implant started to “drop”.

Calista returned to her surgeon to get the problem fixed.

She said: “At first, I was extremely pleased with the results but after six months the right implant started to fall lower than the left one.

“It stopped almost two inches further down the chest wall.

“The doctor convinced me he could repair the issue, so I went back the following year and came out a little bigger at 1400cc – making me a 30J cup.”

Sadly, the procedure wasn’t successful and the star decided on yet another surgery.

Celista explained: “It was really discouraging. All of the time spent healing and money spent to have a substandard result really brought me down.

“The doctor again promised me he could fix it but at this point I was no longer interested in giving him the opportunity.”

Calista opted to book her fourth boob job with a different surgeon in Florida.

She wanted 30K cup breasts with 1650 implant shells that were “perfectly symmetrical”.

But unfortunately, damage from previous ops caused a downward drift once again.

The model recalled: “The new surgeon had reinforced it but the damage had already been done.

“A hole literally opened up in my skin on the bottom side of my right breast – it was about the size of a dime.”

She added: “There was no pain, only fear. I was confronted with two choices: try to repair again, knowing there wasn’t a great chance of success, or explant, heal, come back and try again later.

“I knew that if I did the repair and it didn’t work out that I could potentially be in even worse shape, so I went for the explant.

“It was one of the hardest decisions I have ever made – I was terrified.”

Calista felt “disfigured” after having her implants removed in 2014 and hated how her breasts looked.

She tried to embrace her natural body and hit the gym to feel more confident about herself.

It wasn’t until 2017 that she tried for another breast enhancement.

Calista got “conservative” 400cc saline implants at first – before getting her boobs even bigger.

She had her final op, which involved 800c implants, and is finally happy with the results.

The plastic surgery regular has spent around £72,000 on her transformation in total.

She hasn't ruled out going bigger in the future – but says she's content with her bust nowadays.

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While Calista is pleased with her figure now, she wishes she could turn back the clock and make better decisions before going under the knife.

She said: “I regret not choosing my current surgeon initially.

"Had I not made that mistake, I would have fewer scars both physical, mental and emotional.”

The model hopes sharing her story will encourage others to do their research before getting cosmetic work done.

She added: “You need to know what all of your options look like."

She added: “Have a realistic picture of what you want and do not shy away from paying for it.

“That means don’t pick the cheapest option just because it’s the cheaper – save up if you have to because it’s better than doing more surgeries.

“I picked the wrong guy for my second boob job. He may have been the right one for many girls, but he was the wrong one for me.

“It’s also important to spend time picking your size – what seems too big today may not be the same a week or two from now.

“Be honest with yourself about what you want and why you are doing it.”

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