What Type of Breast Implant Is Right for You?
Once you’ve decided that you’re ready to start seriously thinking about getting breast augmentation, the next obvious question is which implant is right for me? Of course, without actually performing an examination and talking with you in person, it is difficult for Dr. Meger to give this kind of recommendation. However, what we want to do here in this blog post is give you some tools to use and questions to think about so you can make the best possible decision for your breast implants.
Scottsdale women usually spend a great deal of time thinking about this question, researching and talking with friends or family members. You should also look at pictures to get an idea of what results other women have received. Take a look at our gallery of Before-and-After pictures here to see Dr. Meger’s work for yourself.
The next step in the process is for you to give Dr. Meger a call at (602) 957-6000 and set up a preliminary consultation here at our stylish and comfortable offices. When you call, you’ll get to talk with one of our compassionate, helpful staff. We always love hearing from potential new patients, and we’re happy to talk with you about any of your concerns.
From there, we’ll set up a preliminary consultation with Dr. Meger. During this meeting, you’ll get to talk with Dr. Meger and discuss what your goals are, get specific answers to your questions, and he may also perform an examination. All of this is a crucial part of the process as you start to get more personalized information that you can use to make a determination on which type of breast implant is right for you.
Choosing Your Breast Implants
Scottsdale women have a lot of factors to consider as they begin thinking about their breast implants. One of the best parts of the decision, though, is that you get to choose whatever it is you desire and Dr. Meger will be there the entire time to help you. Here are a few things to consider as you start to think about which type of breast implant you want.
- Saline breast implants – Saline implants have a small advantage over other types of implants. Because saline implants are inserted into the breast pocket deflated, they require a slightly smaller incision. After they’re inserted, Dr. Meger inflates them with the proper amount of saline. Another advantage of saline implants is that in the event of a rupture, you will know as your body will harmlessly absorb the saline and the implant will go flat. However, saline implants tend to ripple on the sides, which can be seen through the skin.
- Silicone breast implants – This is a newer type of breast implant that is made from a silicone gel housed inside a silicone shell. This gel is similar to a thick paste, and while they tend to ripple less than saline, they require a slightly larger incision. They tend to ripple less than saline implants but a disadvantage is that in the event of a rupture, the silicone stays mostly within the implant, thus you may not know you have a rupture. This will not cause any diseases though.
- Gummy bear breast implants For Scottsdale women, gummy bear breast implants can be a superior choice to saline breast implants. Over the years, the breast implant manufacturers have made continuous improvements to silicone implants. While all silicone implants today are considered cohesive gel or gummy bear, the newest gummy bear implants are made from a thicker kind of silicone (similar to gummy bears) that gives the breasts a much more natural feel. These new implants also tend to ripple less than other types of implants and hold their shape better which results in better projection of the breast mound. Gummy bear implants are usually more expensive than the other types of breast implants
Scottsdale women who are ready to get youthful, beautiful and natural-looking breast implants should call Dr. Meger today at (602) 957-6000. He is one of the premier plastic surgeons in the entire region because of his compassionate care, precision, and the wonderful results his patients get. Call today!
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