This depends so much on your own situation. If you’re a transsexual who cannot live a peaceful, normal life as long as your body and mind are at odds with each other, the answer is probably yes, you will want to have “corrective surgery” to bring your physical appearance into harmony with the person you know yourself to be.
You may want to investigate hormones and surgery even if you’re not a transsexual, but here we think the path is a real minefield. For example, beginning hormone therapy is usually reversible, but further along the changes become permanent. Surgery is irreversible. You may fantasize about having beautiful breasts, but remember you’ll still have them the next morning when you go to work. What then?
Ask yourself honestly what you wish to achieve. Do you want a body that fits the clothes or a body that fits your self? Think long and hard and honestly about the effect on your family, your friends, your work, your professional status, your church and yourself. Find some support or counselling; that way you’ll have someone on side if you do pursue this path.