By: Philippa Warr of MyDaily

Wondering what you'd look like after breast augmentation? There's an app for that.

Dr. Elizabeth Kinsley, a New Orleans-based plastic surgeon, has created a free iPhone app with Touch Studios called iAugment which simulates a variety of implant sizes using 3D imaging technology, allowing you to visualize what a bigger busted you could look like.

Dr. Kinsley said, "Breast augmentation can be a complicated procedure with women asking questions like 'What will they look like?' or 'What size is right for me?'," the Daily Mail UK reports.

"This is designed to give them the best idea possible of how they might look after surgery. You can show your friends, your boyfriend or your husband and say 'What do you think?'"

The latest version iAugment has an average of 1722 ratings and currently ranks three out of five stars. Reviews run the gamut, mostly praising the beauty app for providing instant gratification.

Alice Boudreaux writes, "BETTER THAN FALSIES. What an awesome app! I have always wanted bigger breast but too shy to see a physician. This was the KICKER! Scheduled my appointment 2day!"

Another reviewer, Chris, reveals, "I downloaded it for my wife, she loves this app."

But Silna_Kobieta cautions, "This could be used for entertainment value as the end result doesn't look very realistic; it just magnifies everything."

Jezebel even tested the app on a bikini-clad Keira Knightley. Click here to see the results!

In the name of research the MyDaily team downloaded said app and decided to investigate the possibilities.

MyDaily writer, before and after

For best results, the app recommends you start with a picture of yourself wearing a bra, swimsuit or similar clothing. You then mark out the breasts using an onscreen cursor and a slider to adjust the size.

Once the desired area has been selected, you can choose from a range of 17 different implant sizes from 210cc to 690cc. Obviously we zeroed straight in on the 'enormous' end of the spectrum.

MyDaily writer, after, in two different tops

The MyDaily team are now blessed in the chest department but can no longer run for a bus.

A quick word of caution though -- there's a button for posting the results to Facebook which sits perilously close to the 'save' and 'home' buttons. Use with care!

Our highly scientific testing in the office reveals that it's not just good for ladies considering cosmetic surgery, it's also most excellent for giving your colleagues enormous googly eyes.

Have you used the app? Let us know what you think in our poll.