Are saline or silicone implants best for droopy 34DD breasts? (photo)
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Breast Augmentation and Breast Lift Options
When patients want larger breasts or additional upper breast fullness, it's not unreasonable to combine this procedure with a breast augmentation. Under these circumstances, a variety of breast implants are available for this procedure.
Silicone implants tend to feel more natural and are less likely to ripple. Saline implants are less expensive and their volume can be adjusted during the procedure. The size of implant utilized is dependent upon the patient's aesthetic goals. Most patients are striving for harmony, balance and proportion with the surrounding anatomic structures. They want a natural look with slight upper breast fullness.
If you're considering this type of procedure, it's important to consult a board certified plastic surgeon with experience in this area. This surgeon should be able to formulate a treatment plan that addresses your anatomic findings and achieves your aesthetic goals.
Saline or Silicone Implants for a Breast Lift
Preference varies per surgeon and according to each patient's case. The reasons and will further be discussed during your consultation with Dr. Nichter or Dr. Horowitz to help you make your final selection.
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Saline or silicone gel breast implants with lift for droopy breasts
The choice of a saline or silicone gel breast implants is entirely up to you and your plastic surgeon. Both are safe and both can produce a nice aesthetic result.
Be aware however that saline breast implants can often cause visible ripples which is a main distraction for many plastic surgeons.
Based on your pictures I strongly feel that an anchor incision breast lift would be best for your breast as well as implant placement, silicone high profile 375-400 cc.
Silicone or saline breast implants?
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Are saline or silicone implants best for droopy 34DD breasts?
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
Droopy breasts and implants
Cure for sagging breasts
Implants will certainly make the loss of volume you have (especially in the superior pole of your breasts) better. You may also need a lift to achieve your ideal breast shape. The downside of a lift of course is additional scars.
Try to find a few pictures of ideal breasts and bring them with you to your consultation. It can really help you and your plastic surgeon find a shared goal.
I hope this helps!
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