When considering a breast augmentation procedure, there are several different items that need to be considered. Implant brand, material, size, and shape will all vary depending on the patient and surgeon’s preferences. At the Plastic Surgery Group, our surgeons are committed to giving our patients all of the information they will need to make an informed decision about their breast augmentation procedure. Read on to learn why some women and surgeons prefer the Ideal Implant to decide if it may be right for you.
The Ideal Implant boasts the fact that it was designed by a plastic surgeon. The Ideal Implant is constructed using a series of implant shells within two separate chambers, which are filled with saline.
Because this implant has a saline fill with unique structure, it will feel more natural to the touch than traditional saline implants. The Ideal Implant has a lower capsule contracture rate and requires a smaller incision than silicone implants. In the rare event that there is a leak, saline can be safely absorbed by the body without any serious health concerns. Comparatively, breast augmentation patients with silicone implants are advised to get a MRI every couple of years to ensure there are no leaks.
Patients who want the peace of mind in the event of a leak may prefer the Ideal Implant. When compared to traditional saline implants, the Ideal Implant is unique because it has the natural feel of a silicone gel, providing the perfect alternative for many breast augmentation patients.
Is the Ideal Implant right for you? You can only know for sure after a thorough breast augmentation consultation at the Plastic Surgery Group. Our plastic surgeons are excited about the FDA-approved Ideal Implant, and are seeing great results among patients! Contact us today to learn more and we would be happy to help you make the best decision for your body.
1. Board Certified Plastic Surgeons Only
2. Natural, Youthful Look and Silicone-Like Feel
3. Newest Implant Technology
4. Better Than Traditional Saline
5. Lowest Rupture Rate
6. No “Silent Rupture”
7. Highest Burst Force
8. Revision Less Likely and Less Often: Low Maintenance
9. Implant Revision is Easier, Quicker and Less Expensive
10. 10 Year Warranty: Replacement and up to $2,400 towards Surgical Cost
1. $500 more