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What Type of Implant is Best for Breast Augmentation?

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Experienced Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Eugene Kim understands that breast augmentation is not a “one-size-fits-all” procedure.

During your initial breast augmentation consultation, we will discuss your aesthetic goals and assess your body type to find the options best suited for you. Choosing the right type of breast implants is key in providing you the look you desire.

Both saline and silicone implants have their advantages and drawbacks, and both are capable of providing different looks. Your body type, general health and cosmetic goals will ultimately be the deciding factors in which type of breast implant is best for you.

Some questions to consider as you discuss your breast implant options with Dr. Kim include:

  • Do I want a visible outline?
  • Do I want a rounded shape or a more natural contour?
  • What type of implant will best fit my lifestyle?
  • Do I want the option of changing the implant size after it’s been placed?

Saline breast implants are filled after placement and typically require a smaller incision than silicone breast implants. While some saline implants are designed for a fixed volume, others are adjustable, which can be ideal for women who have asymmetrical breasts. Although problems such as rippling or wrinkling are rare, saline breast implants have a higher incidence of these issues than silicone breast implants.

Silicone breast implants are prefilled and tend to offer a more natural feel and contour than saline breast implants. Based on your body type and aesthetic desires, Dr. Kim may recommend one type over another.

If you live in or around Los Angeles, California and are interested in learning more about your options for breast augmentation surgery, please contact Eugene Kim M.D. Plastic Surgery to schedule an initial consultation today.

Click here see more plastic surgery procedures and treatments performed by Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Eugene Kim on patients in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Santa Monica and surrounding areas or call 310-271-6996 to schedule a consultation.

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