Breast
Augmentation
Breast augmentation with the use of implants is the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure to date. Breast implants add volume to the breasts, improve their shape, correct asymmetry, and can significantly boost a woman’s confidence level.
Achieved With
Breast Augmentation Surgery
A Natural
Look
You can achieve a very natural-looking result by choosing implants that are proportionate in size to your chest width and the overall frame of your body. Anatomically shaped (“teardrop,” “Gummy Bear”) implants are another option to provide a very natural look since they more closely resemble the natural breast shape compared to round implants.
Rounder,
Fuller Breasts
For rounder, fuller breasts and more prominent cleavage, patients can choose a large implant size with a round shape. Round implants add fullness to the upper pole of the breasts to create the fullness and cleavage that many women desire.
Improved
Breast Shape
Breast augmentation can improve the shape of the breasts by correcting asymmetry and adding fullness where volume loss may have occurred over time.
More
Confidence
Women who have had naturally small breasts since puberty or who simply want an increase in size for aesthetic reasons will benefit from this procedure. So many women have experienced the confidence that comes with larger, natural-looking breasts.
Breast Augmentation
Procedure
Breast augmentation is performed using general anesthesia. There are many options involved with the procedure, including incision location, implant size and type, and implant placement. Recovery time and scar length will depend on the options chosen. Generally, patients need at least two weeks to recover, and scars are typically well-hidden within the natural creases of the skin.
Your Implant
Options

Silicone

  1. Filled with silicone gel
  2. Can be a thick, sticky fluid or a semi-solid depending on the generation of the gel
  3. Come in round and anatomical shapes
  4. Have a lower risk of rippling compared to saline
  5. Most women say that silicone implants feel more natural than saline
  6. May require a longer incision because, unlike saline implants, they come pre-filled
  7. FDA requirement of 22 years of age or older
Frequently Asked
Questions
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