The IDEAL IMPLANT Could Be Available in the U.S. Soon
Women considering breast augmentation surgery may soon have a new implant option to choose from. The FDA is currently studying the IDEAL IMPLANT, which will likely be approved sometime in the very near future. The IDEAL IMPLANT offers many benefits when compared to conventional silicone and saline implants. For the natural look of silicone gel and the improved safety of saline implants, be sure to keep the IDEAL IMPLANT in mind.
Basics of the IDEAL IMPLANT
The IDEAL IMPLANT is manufactured right here in the United States and features no new manufacturing processes, materials, or fillers. What sets it apart is that it’s made up of different saline implant shells that gradually increase in size to minimize the bouncing often experienced with saline implants.
The structure of the IDEAL IMPLANT provides internal support. If the implant is held upright, it will not collapse like a regular saline implant does. The structure also helps to reduce wrinkles and folds. The IDEAL IMPLANT is inserted empty, which allows for a smaller incision. Once in place, the implant will be filled with saline using self-sealing valves.
If the IDEAL IMPLANT happens to rupture, doctors will be able to tell by a simple evaluation. If these natural looking breast implants deflate, the saline released is able to be absorbed into the body. For many patients, repair may even be possible under a local anesthetic. With a standard silicone implant, a general anesthetic would be needed for replacement.
For more information about the IDEAL IMPLANT and to keep up with the latest developments, contact Boulder Plastic Surgery at (303) 578-4193.