If you are considering breast augmentation, you may be wondering what kind of implants are available to choose from.
Dr. Ramon Robles offers a wide selection of breast implant types, shapes, and sizes. We can completely customize your treatment.
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See the Difference Implants Can Make
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It is important to work with a plastic surgeon you trust to understand your goals and achieve the results you deserve. At Robles Plastic Surgery, we take time to learn about each patient's unique needs. Together, we can customize a procedure that not only enhances your breasts but compliments your figure as a whole.
Our surgeon uses cutting-edge techniques that minimize short-term side effects and our breast augmentation surgeries produce stunning long-term results. Patients in Avondale, Scottsdale, and the greater Phoenix, AZ, region, can schedule a consultation with Dr. Robles today to learn about their breast augmentation options. You can reach our practice online, or by calling our office at:
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Customizing your procedure begins with selecting the type of breast implant...
Breast Implant Materials
Saline Breast Implants
Saline implants have a silicone shell, which is filled with a saline solution. After Dr. Robles has positioned the implants inside your breasts, he will fill them with a sterile saltwater solution. Since saline implants are filled after placement, they typically require a smaller incision and your breast size can be adjusted afterward to an extent. While saline implants generally look less lifelike than their silicone alternative, some patients prefer their rounder aesthetic. Saline implants also tend to be the more affordable option.
Silicone Breast Implants
Silicone implants consist of a silicone shell, pre-filled with a silicone gel. While silicone cannot be processed by the body, studies have shown silicone implants are just as safe as their saline counterparts. The density of the silicone gel prevents the material from leaking or migrating in the event of a rupture. Many women prefer silicone breast implants because they look and feel more like natural tissue. We also offer gummy bear implants, a special kind of silicone implant, that produce particularly natural-feeling breasts.
Customizing Implant Size and More for Your Body
The breast implant profile refers to how far the implant projects from the chest wall. Breast implants come in a range of profiles including moderate, moderate plus, high, and ultra-high.
You can also customize the shape of your breast implants. Round implants offer a fuller overall shape and more dramatic cleavage. Tear-drop implants produce a more natural slope and curvature of the breasts. We may also recommend a breast lift to correct sagging of the natural tissue.
Patients can also choose between smooth or textured implants. Smooth implants often feel more like natural breast tissue, where textured implants may have a lower chance of capsular contracture, where the tissue around the implant tightens and hardens.
At Robles Plastic Surgery, breast augmentation is not a one-size-fits-all procedure.
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Breast Implant Risks
In the event of a rupture, the silicone and saline implants will react differently. A saline implant is likely to deflate and be immediately noticeable. With silicone, however, the material may stay in the breast pocket leaving the patient unaware of the complication. If you decide on silicone gel, be prepared to undergo regular exams in the future to check for rupture and gel migration.
Silicone gel implants are more often associated with capsular contracture. This is a condition where the scar tissue that develops around the breast implant tightens, causing pain or changes in the appearance of the breast.
Both types of implants will require some maintenance. Saline implants will usually need replacement every 10 to 15 years. Silicone implants tend to last longer and need replacement after two decades. It is important to note that neither type of implant will prevent sagging. The natural aging process or weight fluctuation can cause this concern but a breast lift can restore a more youthful appearance.