Women who opt to undergo breast augmentation in Orange County face 2 major decisions. The right shape and size breast implant to choose. The shape of the implant is particularly important, as it influences how your breasts will feel, and how they will look. Generally, the plastic surgeon will determine whether the shaped or round implants should be used.
Some women may not fully appreciate the difference between the shaped and round implants, and that’s why the plastic surgeon will carefully explain the variances. The selection will be guided by the look a woman wants to achieve. With the right implants, it is possible to get natural looking breasts that will maintain their appearance for a long time.
At Song Plastic Surgery in Irvine, California, Dr. Song and his expert staff ensure that patients are provided with the indispensable information they need about breast implants, so they can make informed choices. This is important, because the results of your breast augmentation surgery can be impacted by the type of implants selected.
Women undergoing breast augmentation in Orange County have traditionally chosen round implants. Round shaped breast implants are soft to the touch and round in appearance. They are very popular in fashion magazines, and also among celebrities. Round implants look a lot like the natural breasts and move naturally from side to side when you are lying down. They are usually filled with saline or silicone.
Shaped implants like the Natrelle 410 are very popular because they are ‘form stable’. That means they hold their shape, and they also closely resemble the natural contour and shape of the breasts. So if you don’t want round implants, and prefer an alternative that looks so natural that your friends won’t be able to tell that you’ve breast augmentation, then the shaped implants are the ideal choice. In addition, the shaped implants don’t cause scarring, and this will prevent the breasts from hardening.
Both shaped and round breast implants are available at Song Plastic Surgery in Irvine, California, so why not call them up for consultation. Dr. Song also sees patients in Orange County.