Breast augmentation continues to be one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures in the United States every year as women look to feel better about their body. The biggest issue involved with breast augmentation surgery is deciding on what type of implant to get. Silicone implants offer a realistic look and feel, but they can also rupture without any notice. Saline implants provide more safety to the patient, but they also often lead to an unsatisfactory appearance. Deciding between these two options used to be extremely difficult, but that is no longer the case. You can now enjoy the benefits of both saline and silicone implants without the potential drawbacks thanks to the Ideal Implant.
What is the Ideal Structured Breast Implant?
The Ideal Implant is a revolutionary new implant that provides a natural feel without the risk of a rupture. The innovative design of the implant features several outer shells and two inner chambers that are filled with a saline solution. This unique structure ensures that the implant looks and feels like a natural breast by eliminating any risk of wrinkling after the augmentation surgery, which is the primary complaint involving saline implants.
What to Expect
Generally speaking, the Ideal Implant surgery will be the same as a tradition breast augmentation procedure. The implant is inserted into the breast using specialized techniques. While the surgery may be the same at first glance, the Ideal Implant offers a number of advantages that you can’t get with any other breast implant.
The innovative design of Ideal Implants makes them the safest option available today. The strong structure drastically reduces a risk on a ruptured implant. If a rupture does occur, then the body will safely absorb the saline located inside the implant without any health risks. You also will not have to sacrifice your looks to get this level of safety. This is something that is only possible with the Ideal structured breast implant.
Learn More Information
If you are interested in breast augmentation, feel free to book a consultation at Restore SD Plastic Surgery to get all the facts about the Ideal Implant option. Contact us today to schedule your appointment at our office in San Diego!