Silicone Implants — These are generally considered the current standard for breast augmentations since the silicone gel used in these implants feels more natural to the touch. Additionally, the implant does not collapse if the implant ruptures
Gummy Bear Implants — These implants use a much more rigid structure and filling to maintain their shape even when the implant lining is compromised. These implants come in many different shapes and sizes, offering the patient a wide variety of aesthetic options.
Round Implants — These are great options for people looking to have a uniform boost around the entire breast. Since they are perfectly symmetrical implants, there is less concern that they will slip out of place during recovery.
Submuscular — Implant will be placed below the pectoral muscle, reducing the likelihood that rippling will occur but increasing the chances of implant rupture
Submammary — Implant will be placed directly beneath the breast tissue, allowing for more projection and decreasing the likelihood of implant rupture.
Periareolar — An incision made around the nipple, which easily conceals scarring but provides the least amount of access to the breast structure.
Inframammary — An incision made toward the bottom of the breast within the folds of the skin. This provides more access to the breast but slightly more noticeable scarring.
Fat transfer is a breast augmentation method that is growing in popularity because of the natural and substantial results without the need for implants. This eliminates the possibility that your body will reject implants.
This procedure is performed in a two-step process. The first is the harvesting of fat from a targeted area on your body through liposuction. The removed fat is then purified and placed into your breast tissue for a more voluminous appearance.
The ability to improve the size of your bust while reducing unwanted fat in a different area of your body is a very well-received notion to some patients. Tackling both at the same time provides you with much more comprehensive improvements to your contours.