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A local couple met on the Fourth of July several years ago.  Now that they're planning their wedding, they're trying to re-spark the fireworks.  How they plan to do that may surprise you, and it all has to do with breast implants.
    Michelle Bentley's trip to the Operating Room, of all places, is a step toward the alter.  Michelle says she's undergoing surgery, because eight months ago, she said "yes"... when her boyfriend, and father of her baby, got down on one knee.  However, the engagement ring came with a requirement.  "It comes with a small stipulation!  I would like for her to get breast implants, so she can look as beautiful as the day I met her," says Cody Gaspard.  Some might consider that a BIG stipulation, but Michelle hasn't agreed to a BIG change in her appearance.  She's increasing her A-Cup bra size to a small C-Cup.  Her plastic surgeon, Dr. Franklin Rose, agrees that's a wise choice for her.  He had to make sure first, "before" inserting these implants, the patient wanted them, as well.    Michelle says she does want them, but she's not so happy about her fiancé's opinion.  "I don't think HE should want me to have them.  I kind of always wanted them, but like I said, I don't feel like HE should want me to have them," Michelle states.  
    "After the baby and breast feeding, a little fell off, and I just want her to look as good as she did when I met her.  Except even prettier in her wedding dress - want her to look her best," says Cody.  
    Cody goes on to say that he wants Michelle to get the surgery, so that she'll stop complaining about her breasts and that he doesn't want to hurt her feelings.  "It's definitely troubling!  It's hard to hear that from her, because that's the last thing I want to do is hurt her obviously.  I feel that we'll be able to work through it eventually," he states.  Michelle admits that she does complain a lot about her appearance.  "I would probably complain about the way my breasts look after breast feeding for the rest of my life, and he probably wouldn't want to hear that for the rest of his life, married to me,  I think we'd have a happy marriage in his mind, if we get it (augmentation) over with," says Michelle.  
    Michelle's surgery went smoothly, and now she begins the healing stage, as she puts plans into place for her upcoming wedding day.
    We had an open discussion on FOX 26 Morning News Extra with Dr. Franklin Rose, Michelle's surgeon, along with Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini.  We had them weigh-in on how a relationship can endure a situation like this.
    For more information, http://www.plasticsurgeryrose.com/ or http://www.maryjorapini.com/connect/counseling-services.html

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