Saline vs. Silicone Breast Implants

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When it comes to having breast implants, you have options. You can go with saline implants or silicone implants. Both have their advantages and can help you to sculpt your breasts, giving you the desired shape and amount of fullness. Before you schedule your breast implant procedure, know the facts about the types of implants so that you can choose the best fit for you. Our board-certified plastic surgeon can assist you with your decision as well to take the next step in the breast augmentation process.

Understanding Saline Implants

Saline implants contain a saline solution and the solution is sterile. In the event that your implants rupture or have a leak, the saline solution can be safely absorbed by your body. You have FDA approval for this type of implant if you are at least 18 years of age.

Understanding Silicone Breast Plants

Many women opt for silicone gel breast plants because they have a more authentic feel to them. You have FDA approval for silicone breast implants if you are at least 22 years of age.

Choosing the Right Breast Implant for You

Selecting your breast implants is a personal choice. You need to consider which kind of implant will give you the shape and the desired volume that will make you happy. You also have to consider any possible drawbacks. Our plastic surgeon will be your guide as you determine which breast implant is right for you.

Every individual and body are different. When it comes to enhancing your breasts, it’s all about options and what will give you the best experience.

Make an Appointment to Discuss Types of Implants Today

You will find the best person to answer all of your questions about breast implants at the office of Dr. Steven Warnock, MD in Draper. Ask about all of the details when it comes to saline and silicone breast implants. You can also discuss our plastic surgeon’s preference.

Remember that the main goal is to have a safe procedure that will give you optimal results. Our plastic surgeon will assess your breasts and discuss your goals for your procedure. Your health history will be reviewed as well and you can decide how you would like to proceed.

With silicone and saline breast implants as options, you are sure to find an alternative that will work for you. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation to learn more.