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When deciding on an implant for your breast augmentation surgery, there are numerous options available to you. Implants are available in different shapes, textures and sizes.

With help from your surgeon, you will be able to determine the best implant for you.

Implants today are typically made of a silicone or rubber-like shell or sac.


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Implant shapes can be either round or contoured, and there are bad things and good things about both. Smooth or textures are the available choices for the surface of the implant. Whereas textured implants were originally created to reduce the risk of capsular contracture, there’s little evidence that they actually do.

One of the most difficult decisions that the breast augmentation candidate has to make is choosing the size of the implant, and thus the size of the breasts. Larger implants require you to have a sufficient amount of existing tissue, otherwise surgical complications can emerge and the edges of the implant may be more easily seen or felt following surgery. In addition, large implants – just like large breasts – may be more prone to drooping and sagging.

A saline solution or silicone gel may be used to fill the implant itself.

Saline-filled implants are being used now for practically all breast augmentation procedures performed today. Basically a salt-water solution, the saline solution is similar to the fluid comprising most of the human body.

 

 

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