Breast Augmentation Showcase
Patient Areas of Concern
Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.
This petite, 34-year-old mother was dissatisfied with the reduced amount of tissue and asymmetry in her breasts after childbirth.
The most difficult breast augmentations are in patients with minimal amounts of body fat and breast tissue. In these cases, postoperative traction-wrinkles and rippling is often evident with regular saline and silicone implants. In the last few years, Highly-Cohesive Gel, or Gummy Bear, implants have been a welcome addition to breast augmentation. We are now able to make even the thinnest patients look natural after breast augmentation. Textured highly-cohesive implants are the most durable and natural implants available for this subset of patients.