Two (very slight) negatives: I have thin skin, so if I stretch or move a certain way, I can faintly see ripple outlines on the inside of my left breast. Not visible in clothes, swimsuits, or anything else, but it can happen with certain movements. Not that big of a deal to me (or anyone else), and there's nothing I can do about how thick my skin/tissue is. Placing the implant under the muscle, or getting silicone, is about the only thing that will fix that. Also, my nipples went in slightly different directions before I got implants, so now that difference is more pronounced, which Dr. Schwartz told me it would be. It's not at all a big deal so I don't care, but it is something to consider when getting the surgery. There's always nipple correction if it really concerns you!
As far as the surgery went, Dr. Schwartz was incredibly cautious, which made me trust him all the more. I had a scary reaction right before I was to go into surgery, where I fainted and seized up, vomiting a bit and passing out for a good minute. I am terrified of needles, and I had to sit up to be marked while the IV was in my arm. Noticing the IV did me in, which is why I fainted (I can't even handle shots). When I woke up, Dr. Schwartz said that he wanted me to stay in the hospital overnight, just to rule out any potential underlying heart problems that may have caused me to faint or seize, before going into surgery. The next day, I was discharged with the diagnosis being that everything was fine, and I am just terrified of needles. I prescribed some Xanax before the next surgery attempt a few days later, and everything went smoothly. I had a bit of pain the first few days (especially if I bent over), then things were fine. The swelling went down a few weeks later, and they've looked the same ever since! Side note: I retained a ton of water after surgery, but it went away after about five days. I cried at first because I looked fat with huge, high, over-inflated breasts, but then everything settled out nicely.
Anyway, I hope my review helped. I just had such a great experience, and would do it again in a heartbeat. I no longer live in the area, but would definitely fly out for however long it took to get the procedure again.
If you want to see before and after pictures, I'm the 20th picture down on the breast augmentation section of Dr. Schwartz's website ;)