For Breast Augmentation, we offer saline or silicone implants and fat transfer.
Saline and Silicone: Both saline and silicone offer round implant options, which are marked by having the most fullness in the middle. Silicone implants have an option called memory gel, which carries a warranty against rupture for 10 years. These implants also include a warranty against severe capsule formations.
Anatomic Implants: Teardrop implants carry most of the fullness at the bottom of the breast. This shape is ideal for patients wanting more fullness in the bottom of the breast.
High Profile implants: High profile implants are used for people who desire more fullness on the top of the breast. This type of implant can help correct some sagging.
Fat Transfer to The Breast: A fat transfer for breast enhancement has been looked upon favorably, as many of the concerns have been minimized. This option is a safe and approved technique to improve the volume in the breast, and can cover up areas of irregularities or folds due to implants.
This technique may be an alternative for people who do not want implants, but would like a little more fullness.
Texture feature: Breast augmentation implants come in either smooth or textured surfaces. The texture feature was created because it was believed this may reduce capsule formation, but there is still debate about this.
Location of the Incision: The incision used for breast augmentation is usually placed on the lower fold or on the areola. These incisions can give a very small, minimally visible, scar.
Within a year the scar is almost invisible. Both techniques of incision for breast augmentation have a very good safety record, but it is often a personal preference.