After opting for a breast augmentation, you will be faced with a number of decisions that will affect the outcome of your results. one of the biggest decisions you’ll make is the material and design of your implants. Saline and silicone are the two main types of implants, offering their own unique benefits and drawbacks, however, now you have a new option; the Ideal Implant! Here are some of the benefits of choosing this type of implant for your augmentation.
The safety of saline
Women often opt for saline implants because they won’t have to worry about a silent rupture. Although ruptures are rare, they can happen! But with a saline filled implant, the sterile salt water would leave the implant casing, resulting in an obviously deflated implant that will not harm your body. The Ideal Implant is made completely of this saline material, allowing you to rest easy knowing your implants are completely safe and you won’t have to hassle with regular MRIs to check your implant’s condition.
The structure of silicone
One of the major drawbacks of saline material is the lack of structure, resulting in a less natural looking breast than silicone offers. However, the Ideal Implant solves this by uses multiple chambers to create a silicone-like feel. Its sculpted edges fit against the chest wall to ensure that they remain in position for long-lasting results.
Reduced risk of complications
The unique multi-chamber structure of the Ideal Implant reduces risks of complications such as ruptures, capsular contracture, rippling, and folding. This means you can find longer lasting results with the ideal implant than other implant types.
After ten years of development, the Ideal Implant is finally available! To learn more about your implant options and to schedule your consultation with plastic surgeon Dr. Vasquez, contact our office today.