Breast augmentation can enhance both the appearance of your breasts and your self-confidence. Also, breast augmentation is used to achieve a more proportionate figure, restore lost volume resulting from age, weight loss or pregnancies, and balance asymmetrical breasts. Breast augmentation surgery results in fuller, firmer breasts to complement your natural body proportions.
At Coastal Empire Plastic Surgery, our expert plastic surgeons use advanced techniques that result in a more natural-looking shape. If your breasts have begun to sag in addition to having lost volume, you may consider a breast lift surgery in addition to breast implants.
Choosing Your Breast Implants
When it comes to choosing your breast implants, you will have to choose between silicone and saline implants. There are a number of differences between saline and silicone breast implants, which your Coastal Empire plastic surgeon will explain thoroughly to you during your consultation to help you make a more informed decision.
Silicone Gel Breast Implant Benefits
- Many believe that the new silicone gel implants have a more natural feel
- Rippling is not as likely to occur
- Many silicone breast implant manufacturers offer a lifetime guarantee
- The new gummy bear implants do not leak
Saline Breast Implants
- The size of your saline implants can be customized while being placed since they are not pre-filled
- Saline is safely absorbed by your body in case of rupture
- Saline implants are slightly less expensive
You will also be able to customize the size, shape, profile and texture of your breast implants as well. The procedure is highly customizable so that each woman is able to achieve her ideal look and feel.
More Details About Breast Augmentation in Savannah GA
Your Coastal Empire plastic surgeon will discuss the details of breast augmentation plastic surgery during your consultation in one of our convenient Georgia or South Carolina offices. Call 912-920-2090 or email us to schedule a confidential consultation with Dr. Curtsinger, Dr. McGovern, Dr. Shanklin, or Dr. Huntly.