If your hip-breast proportion is problematic, if you have a hard time choosing clothes/swimsuits and if your breasts being small affects your social life, YES, you are a proper patient for a "Breast Augmentation Surgery".
You had better share all your expectations and concerns with your doctor. During examination, you should reply to any questions to be asked about your general health condition in details and inform your doctor about your past diseases and medications you use.
You will be examined and informed by an anaesthesia doctor before the breast augmentation surgery. Blood diluent medications, vitamins and factors affecting anaesthesia such as alcohol and smoking should be discontinued starting from the date foreseen by your doctor.
At the early period of post-surgery, you may have mild pain but this period is gone through easily with prescribed pain killers in general. Controls take place at the 3rd and 7th days. You will need to use a bra special for you for 1 month. You should abstain from sports requiring severe arm movements for 2 months.