There are a lot of decisions that come with deciding to have a breast augmentation to enhance your breasts. One of those decisions is the material of your implant. Silicone and Saline and the two most popular implant choices, each with their own benefits and drawbacks. However, now patients are choosing the Ideal implant, combining the benefits of each so you don’t have to compromise!
Natural look and feel
Although it’s composed of saline material, the Ideal implant actually feels more like silicone implants. This is because the Ideal implant is composed of several shells, giving it more structure and movement that’s similar to the natural breast tissue. The Ideal implant is also shaped similar to the natural chest curve, allowing the edge of the implant to sit closer to the chest wall and be less noticeable.
Peace of mind with no silent rupture
When choosing silicone implants, patients must be made aware of the possibility of a silent rupture. When a silicone implant ruptures, it retains its shape and can go unnoticed. Therefore, those with silicone implants must have regular MRIs to ensure the integrity of their implants. Like traditional saline implants, the Ideal implant would deflate in the event of a rupture, becoming noticeable visually, without needing an ultrasound or MRI. All implants will fail eventually- but it is easier to follow the saline implants with simple observation- no special studies are needed to tell when it is time to replace.
Minimized risk of complications
Because of its multi-chambered structure, the Ideal implant minimizes some risks associated with traditional saline implants. When you choose the Ideal implant, you’re less likely to experience rippling, capsular contracture, and implant ruptures.
Dr. Hall is a board certified plastic surgeon with extensive experience performing the breast augmentation. During a consultation, he can meet with you to go over your implant options and help you make the best decision for your body type and goals. To schedule your appointment, contact our office today!